June 08, 2021

From the Bullpen to the Boardroom: IB to CEO

An #iblifehacks On-Demand Webinar

Investment banking enables young professionals the opportunity to learn a unique set of skills that are valuable across industries. However, leveraging those skills and making that transition can seem daunting without the right set of advice.

In this on-demand webinar, we speak to several esteemed CEOs who started their career in investment banking and then leveraged their skillset to become CEO.

Topics discussed include:

  • The most important skills they learned in investment banking that helped them get to where they are today
  • How they leveraged their network to carve their career path
  • Advice for junior bankers who want to become a founder / CEO one day

Reminder - you can still submit questions and participate in polling in the replay!

 

Panelists

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Brian Anderson

Co-CEO, Beastcoast Gaming

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Matt Cooper

CEO, Skillshare

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Jacqueline Hampton

Founder & CEO, Portico

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Brandon Mavleos

Sr. Director, Product Marketing – IB & PE, Datasite (moderator)

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