Moelis is a top investment bank that offers strategic advice to clients across the world. Founded and still led by superstar banker Ken Moeils, the firm is committed to creating an inclusive culture and a workforce that’s representative of its diverse range of clients. The firm has networking groups for Asian, Black, Latino and Hispanic, women, LGBTQ+, and veteran employees. It also has a growing CSR program that supports more than 40 nonprofits.
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Moelis & Company is ideally looking for forward-thinking, hardworking go-getters with strong academic records who thrive in fast-paced environments. The firm’s internship program is excellent, providing students with meaningful responsibility, significant live deal experience, mentorship opportunities, and access to clients and senior bankers. Full-time junior bankers are also given significant responsibility and live deal experience, along with excellent informal mentoring. And there’s no ceiling on advancement—if you’re qualified, you’ll have opportunities to take on more advanced roles.
Although hours can be long and demanding, Moelis goes to great lengths to improve work/life balance. Protected days off and other initiatives have been successfully imp...
Moelis & Company provides financial advisory services to corporations, institutions, and governments worldwide. In addition to New York, Moelis has offices in Amsterdam, Beijing, Boston, Chicago, Dubai, Frankfurt, Hong Kong, Houston, London, Los Angeles, Mumbai, Paris, San Francisco, Palm Beach, Sao Paulo, Tel Aviv, and Washington, D.C. Its global footprint also includes strategic alliances with MA Financial Group in Australia and Alfaro, Dávila y Scherer in Mexico.
The firm went public in April 2014 and now employs approximately 950 people worldwide. It is led by founder and namesake Ken Moelis, who rose to fame in the early 1980s, working at Drexel Burnam Lambert. After a successful career at Donald Lufkin & Jenrette Securities (DLJ), Moelis was lured to UBS in 2000. He recruited several DLJ bankers to ...