My typical day at work 8:30 a.m. On the subway ride into the office, I listen to the news podcast.
8:50 a.m. Sitting down at my desk, I write down my to-dos for the day: 1) Review drafted [credit projects] discussion materials with my managing director. 2) Review valuation materials for transaction. 3) Send requested materials to risk managment team. 4) Discuss.
9 a.m. Conference call to discuss [initial offering] roadshow presentation.
9:30 a.m. Go to the cafeteria and grab oatmeal and much needed coffee.
10 a.m. I sit down with my director and an analyst to review valuation materials for a live transaction.
11 a.m. I review comments with the analyst and attempt to split the work. We realize that neither of us will be able to get to it until at least 4 p.m.
11:40 a.m. Managing director hangs up the phone and the window is open; analyst and I swoop in and seize the opportunity to review our materials. We receive comments, review what materials need to be created, and decide what can be leveraged from existing materials.
12:45 p.m. Grab lunch. As is the case almost 100 percent of the time when it is under my own control, the decision is to leave the building. I head out with some guys from the team and grab a sandwich nearby.
2:30 p.m. I send revised roadshow to the client and start reviewing the valuation materials.
5 p.m. Send revised materials to my director. I then check in with another analyst on the materials for our upcoming pitch.
During my work at Uni Credit I had learned the few next dogma's: - keep it going; - dont stop; - be responsible.
Management wereбольше... very nice but paid not enough :(
The hardest part of that job is being focused on the several projects at the same time.
The most enjoyable part of the job is pleasure of reached aim, successfully finished deal.меньше