Evercore is one of the world’s top M&A and restructuring advisors. It regularly works on massive high-profile investment banking deals for clients such as GE, Fubo, and Verizon. The firm offers phenomenal training and senior-banker exposure to interns and junior bankers. And it's very focused on creating an inclusive culture. It has active and effective networking groups for women, LGBTQ+ individuals, traditionally underrepresented minorities, and veterans.
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A very prestigious independent investment banking advisory firm, Evercore is looking for intelligent, personable, technically competent, intellectually curious, humble, and collegial candidates to join its team. The firm has a very valuable internship program for students, offering interns live deal experience, excellent training, and strong mentoring and networking opportunities. Evercore’s full-time junior bankers also have access to fantastic training, as well as ongoing education, informal and formal mentoring, and a clear and transparent promotion processes. They also get a ton of hands-on live deal experience and exposure to senior bankers and clients.
Given the firm’s strong deal flow and large, complex transactions, hours can be long, unpredictable, and d...
Founded in 1995 by Blackstone and U.S. Treasury veteran Roger Altman, independent investment banking advisory firm Evercore went public in August 2006 with an $83 million initial public offering. Since then, the firm has grown into an elite independent investment banking advisory firm, employing more than 1,800 people and serving clients around the world from its numerous offices in North America, Europe, South America, and Asia.
The firm’s investment banking business advises clients on mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, restructurings, financings, public offerings, private placements, and other strategic transactions. It also provides institutional investors with equity research and sales and trading execution.
To date, the firm has advised on more than $4 trillion of merger, acquisition, recapitalization, and ...