Vice President (VP), Investment Banking Salary
The average salary for a Vice President (VP), Investment Banking is $125,236 per year. Most people in this job have more than five years' experience in related jobs.
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|Bonus||$5,182 - $79,506|
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|$100,387 - $226,509|
Job Description for Vice President (VP), Investment Banking
The vice president (VP) of investment banking directs and manages a large amount of quantitative financial analyses in the technology sector. The primary responsibility for individuals in this position, generally speaking, is to manage resources, client relationships, and transactions. This includes technical models, discounted cash flow, multiple valuation analysis, merger and acquisitions accretion, and dilution analysis, and credit analysis for clients and investor presentations. They work directly with managing directors in all areas of business, including marketing, transaction evaluation, and transaction processing. They also oversee work performed by analysts and/or associates who have been assigned to specific financial projects.Read More...
Other duties of this position may include developing and overseeing investment scenarios and corresponding presentation material; coordinating marketing for securities offerings; valuation analysis; business plans and financial projections; leveraging the firm's capital markets; proprietary research; and merger and acquisition services. They also monitor relevant transactions, financial statements, trade publications, regulatory and economic information, and other important assessments.
A master's degree or equivalent is generally required in business administration, economics, finance, accounting, or a related field. Experience in client management, financial research/analysis, structuring merger and acquisition (M&A) transactions, and monitoring relevant transactions and market conditions is needed as well. While a master's degree is often required, several years' work experience or a combination of a lower degree and experience may be acceptable in some cases.
Vice President (VP), Investment Banking Tasks
- Manage a team of analysts to ensure projects are completed accurately and on time.
- Establish positive working relationships with clients.
- Communicate project progress with clients, management, and other interested parties.
- Organize project timelines and delegate tasks to team members.
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