This is the most grueling bank on Wall Street where young bankers say they work 90 hours a week
|10/06/2018||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
Investment banking is famous for imposing long hours on its young workers.
But one firm has hours that are really tough, even for banking.
It’s boutique advisory firm LionTree Advisors, whose professionals worked on average 90 hours per week, according to a report by Wall Street Oasis, an online community for financial professionals.
Co-founded by former UBS media investment banker Aryeh B. Bourkoff in 2012, LionTree Advisors is well-known for working on high profile transactions that are reshaping the telecom, tech, and media landscape. This includes advising Charter on its attempt to by Time Warner Cable, Snap on its read more >>>