NIBC: 2024 Global Investment Banking Competition

| December 4, 2023
Submitted by Alex Cotoc for DeGroote School of Business
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Founded in 2009 as a collaboration between students and industry, the National Investment Banking Competition (NIBC) brings together students from over 250 universities and 150 professionals in an annual Case Competition and Conference. The Competition attracts over 400 teams comprised of 1,800+ Undergraduate and Graduate students from top schools across the world. The finalist teams present to a Managing Directors Panel at the annual Gala Dinner in front of over 350 students and 150 professionals.

With the generous contribution and participation of 40+ investment banks, private equity and asset management firms, and several professional services firms, NIBC’s mission is to provide participants with a unique opportunity to develop investment banking skills and expand their professional network.

Competition Details:

  • First Round: December 10, 2023 – January 10, 2024 (Online)
  • Final Round: March 12-15, 2024 (Vancouver)

Register here before Sunday, December 10.

Core Objectives of NIBC:

  • Skills Development:
    • Access to online video tutorials, industry templates, presentation and interview training resources
  • Employer Connections:
    • Professionals from top tier investment banks and private equity firms adjudicating
  • Industry Insights:
    • Speeches and panels by company founders, finance executives and sellside & buyside professionals
  • Global Network:
    • Unique experience to build global network with 250+ career-driven international peers
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