Career Preparation Essay

3593 Words Mar 21st, 2016 15 Pages
BLAW 2210 Term Paper
Career Preparation

My top two career choices are corporate financial analysis in investment banking and actuary. I will be discussing the legal environment of my career choices, taxing authorities, entity structure, graduate school in order to obtain certain license, self-assessment of my chosen careers. First, I will discuss how I can work as a corporate financial analysis in investment banking. After that, I will talk about what I need prepare to be an actuary.
1.corporate financial planning and analysis The responsibility of a corporate financial planing and analysis is to support management planning and decision making by identifying, maintaining, and evaluating information,as well as recommending actions.
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They make sure operations are complying with regulations. They are responsible for capital management and risk monitoring. Back office makes sure the bank runs smoothly by submitting trades, maintaining databases, and transacting required money transfers. The Investment Banking career hierarchy is described briefly as below in this article starting with the highest rank and ending with the lowest one: * Advanced education An MBA is required to move beyond the entry-level analyst position in investment banking. MBA program Obtain a Series 7 License for both institutional and retail broker sales positions. However, I should do something else first, whether that's working at a large company, working at a small company, pursuing some sort of other goal such as an artistic goal or a nonprofit, etc. is a much better use of my time right after college. I think wait 2-5 years before attending business school will let me make a informed decision about whether my actually want to attend business school. It also give me a better perspective on what I want to get out of business school. If I am at the institutional and retail broker sales positions, I should obtain a series 7 license. The Series 7 exam is administered by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) (previously the National Association of Securities Dealers (NASD)) and provides an individual with the qualifications necessary in order to process
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