A prestigious independent investment banking firm, PJT Partners offers its interns a lot of responsibility and the opportunity to work on high-profile live deals alongside senior bankers. Full-time junior bankers get a lot of responsibility on deals, work closely with seniors bankers, and participate in client calls. Recently, the firm significantly increased its philanthropy and CSR efforts, and started giving diversity scholarships.
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A prestigious independent investment banking firm, PJT Partners is looking for smart, humble, hardworking, personable, well-rounded candidates with strong technical skills. The firm runs a valuable internship program for students, offering interns a lot of responsibility and the opportunity to work on high-profile live deals alongside senior bankers.
PJT Partners’ full-time junior bankers also work on great deals, get a lot of responsibility, and work closely with the firm’s seniors bankers—who maintain an open-door policy. Also, the firm’s lean deal teams means junior bankers typically participate in client calls. In addition, PJT is very supportive in terms of recruiting/exit opportunities. The firm supports its analysts with whatever jobs they’re interes...
PJT Partners is an advisory-focused investment bank headquartered in New York, with additional offices in Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, London, Madrid, and Hong Kong. The firm was created in October 2015 after Blackstone’s advisory businesses merged with PJT Capital LP, a financial advisory firm founded by Paul J. Taubman in 2013, and simultaneously spun off to become an independent public company. The new company began trading on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol “PJT” on October 1, 2015.
PJT Partners operates through the following business units: strategic advisory, PJT Camberview, restructuring and special situations, and PJT Park Hill.
PJT’s strategic advisory business is led by an experienced team of bankers that deliver solutions to companies, boards, and financial sponso...
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