The uncertainty in the world of investment banking that began with the collapse of Lehman Brothers in 2008 has failed to deter this young entrepreneur from stepping on the gas. As one enters the fifth floor of a suburban corporate park in Mumbai’s Andheri suburb, carpenters, interior decorators and painters are seen racing against time to convert 6,000 square feet of construction chaos into something that will emulate the interiors of an investment bank.
The investment banking industry is seeing a huge gap between what the fresh hires offer in terms of skill and what organisations need from them. “That’s where Imarticus Learning steps in. Experts from the industry have designed our course curriculum and we will keep updating it as per industry requirements,” she says.
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