Wiley Investment Banking Course

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We have partnered with best-in-class professionals and practitioners to help you get to the next level.”

Joshua Pearl & Joshua Rosenbaum, authors of Investment Banking

Best-In-Class Content

Hundreds of questions, comprehensive study guide and more.

Bite-Sized Lessons

Designed for busy people, complete an entire lesson in 30-45 minutes.

Ace Your Interview

Behavioral and technical videos to help you land the job.

Learn from the Best

Learn from instructors, professionals, academics and experts.

Outcome Focused

Stay on track with a planner and powerful performance metrics.

What Makes Wiley Investment Banking Better?

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  • Comprehensive Coverage of the Fundamentals: Leveraged Finance, Mergers & Acquisitions, Valuation, Accounting and Financial Modeling
  • Bite-Sized Lessons Designed to Help You Learn Faster and Retain More
  • 20 Hours of Video Lectures by Experts
  • 500+ Practice Questions
  • Dashboards & Performance Metrics
  • Bonus Feature: Interview Training Videos

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This book will surely become an indispensable guide to the art of buyout and M&A valuation for the experienced investment practitioner as well as for the non-professional seeking to learn the mysteries of valuation.

David M. Rubenstein, Co-Founder and Managing Director, The Carlyle Group

Valuation is the key to any transaction. Investment Banking provides specific step-by-step valuation procedures for LBO and M&A transactions, with lots of diagrams and numerical examples.

Roger G. Ibbotson, Professor in the Practice of Finance, Yale School of Management

Investment banking requires a skill set that combines both art and science. While numerous textbooks provide students with the core principles of financial economics, the rich institutional considerations that are essential on Wall Street are not well documented. This book represents an important step in filling this gap.

Josh Lerner, Jacob H. Schiff Professor of Investment Banking, Harvard Business School