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Geeks Who Can Schmooze: A Credit Suisse Private Banker Tells All (Investment Memoir) (English Edition) par [Kidd, W.E.]
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Présentation de l'éditeur

W.E. Kidd shares his journey after graduating with his MBA and landing his dream job at Credit Suisse. But getting the job is just half the battle and after an intensive training period in Zurich and New York he's left to fend for himself - one man and his student loans against a two-year ticking clock to bring in forty million dollars or get fired. How he strives to make those essential connections and eventually bring in far more than forty million....and what happens to those that can't make the cut, proves mind blowing. Because it's all about the schmooze.

Infused with hilarious references to the "Wall Street" films, indie rock music, and a devil may care attitude, this is not your father's Wall Street tell-all.

“The book is a frank, well-written account that only an insider could tell.” – Scott Kays, President, Kays Financial Advisory Corporation, and author of FIVE KEY LESSONS FROM TOP MONEY MANAGERS

“… a hilarious memoir by a freshly minted MBA getting his first job as a Private Banker/Wealth Builder.” - Sanjeev Prakash, Top 500 Amazon Reviewer

Biographie de l'auteur

W.E. Kidd is like a lot of recently graduated young professionals. He’s just a guy with some student loans and a healthy obsession with his job. He has worked at a lot of firms on the street: Bear Stearns, Merrill Lynch, Wachovia, and Credit Suisse. And, he loves to use pop culture references in his writing. He’s basically an indie version of Michael Lewis. Or, a cooler version of Greg Smith.

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  • Editeur : TKA Distribution (5 décembre 2012)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Entertaining, funny, and yet eye-opening at the same time. 9 avril 2013
Par Aiden Court - Publié sur
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i really enjoyed this read and it happened to include one of the funniest chapters i've ever read in my life. it was a great insider's point of view into another realm of the financial world that i don't think most people have a great understanding of. it's also a very candid look at yet another great travesty in the way compensation schemes are set up...particularly in the US. if you have a wealth manager / financial advisor / private banker / stockbroker, you understand that in many cases your welfare is not their top priority. if you don't already understand this, reminds me of the saying that if you don't know who the fool in the room's probably you.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Schmoozing Geek Who Can Write 2 avril 2013
Par Books, books, and more books - Publié sur
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This was a super read. It's well written, engrossing, and has a number of laugh-out-loud passages. Kidd takes a convoluted topic and makes it understandable to the layperson and fun to read - quite an achievement. It's an insider's view of what may seem to an outsider like a very desirable job - private banking. If you're hoping to make your millions in finance you'll definitely want to read this first. I'm late for work because I couldn't put it down. Five stars for sure!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Interesting and accessable 28 mars 2013
Par Bee Cee - Publié sur
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I was recommended this book by a banker friend and I found it fascinating and revealing despite having no real knowledge of the finance world myself. It's a fascinating glimpse behind the curtain.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Cool & Clever 29 mars 2013
Par Jackson - Publié sur
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Enjoyed this quick read quite a lot. As thought provoking as it is cool; an exposé revealing what it takes to enter the private banking profession.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 This book was very entertaining! 2 août 2013
Par D.E. Harding - Publié sur
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I was pleasantly surprised by this book. I know nothing about the world of finance and I feel like this book gave me a good background into investment banking. The writing was good. I won't lie, some parts were a little boring, but only because I have no background in finance (well that and I have that attention span of a gnat). But overall, it is a good read and I would recommend it to anyone who is looking to learn more about the world of investment banking and what REALLY goes on in this twisted profession.
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