M&A Case Study – Valuation Workshop / BNP Paribas Germany
As the #1 European investment bank in EMEA, we support our client base, providing strategic advice and first-class access to financing and transaction banking services. We see our role as bridge builders between our broad and long-standing client base and trusted Institutional Investors, leveraging on teams combining global reach, sectorial expertise and local knowledge. We are committed to being a long-term partner to our clients through all market cycles, supporting their development and transition to a more sustainable economy.
BNP Paribas’ reputation as an M&A advisor of choice has been built on the back of an excellent track record of originating and successfully executing tailor-made transactions. Our highly experienced professionals across the globe strive to offer insightful advice on all types of mergers and acquisitions and equity capital markets transactions.
Do you want to experience how a day in a life of an Investment Banker in M&A Advisory looks like? Use our Valuation Case Study to boost your career in Investment Banking. Gain a first glimpse of our M&A business while connecting with our bankers on the ground.
We are are looking forward to your application.
- Ideally advanced Bachelor Semester or within Masters Program
- Ideally first experience within M&A Advisory or Investment Banking gained through an internship, working student or comparable position
About BNP Paribas Germany
BNP Paribas Corporate & Institutional Banking (CIB) is a leading global financial services firm focused on corporate and institutional clients, offering solutions in capital markets, securities services, advisory, finance and treasury.
BNP Paribas is the European Union’s leading bank and a key player in international banking. We have a presence in 64 countries, with around 184,000 employees. BNP Paribas plays its roles in full as a financier of the economy, a responsible investor, and an accelerator in the necessary transition towards a sustainable economy.
Time and place
October 11, 2023 – 9:00 am – 4:00 pm / on campus
09:00-12:00 Part 1
13:30-16:00 Part 2