Guggenheim Securities provides advisory, sales and trading, research, and financing services. Recent clients include IBM, Disney, Pfizer, and Verizon. The firm's interns get a lot of responsibility, live deal experience, and experience across various industries and products. Even the most junior bankers get significant access to senior leadership and clients.
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Guggenheim Securities is looking for positive, personable, inquisitive, analytical, team-oriented, intellectually curious, hardworking, motivated candidates with the ability to think on their feet. The firm runs a highly valuable internship program for students. Interns are given live deal experience, access to senior bankers, the ability to attend many social events and instructional seminars, and the chance to explore different sectors and groups. Full-time junior bankers have access to an incredibly supportive learning environment that focuses on career development and mentorship. Guggenheim has an apprenticeship model and promotes from within. In addition, it offers best-in-class training programs, clearly defined career paths, and support regarding exit opportunities.
Guggenheim Securities is the investment banking and capital markets arm of Guggenheim Partners, which employs more than 2,300 worldwide and is headquartered in Chicago and New York. Guggenheim Securities provides advisory, sales and trading, research, and financing services. Recent advisory clients include IBM, The Walt Disney Company, Pfizer, Thomson Reuters, Array Technologies and Lucid Group. In the past 10 years, Guggenheim Securities has advised on more than $1 trillion worth of announced M&A transactions and over $200 billion in debt and equity financing. In addition to investment banking services, Guggenheim Partners offers investment management and investment advisory services. It has more than $330 billion in assets under management as of December 2021.