How to become a successful financial analyst after MBA?

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I need to know how to become a successful financial analyst after MBA. I am a fresher.

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Posted by nupur
Asked on 2017-08-02 11:19 pm
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Hi, Finance Specialization is designed to provide students with the means to gain exposure to 5 major areas in the field of finance. These areas include:
Corporate finance
Financial institutions
Investments
Insurance
Personal financial planning , these are career options in public sectors.
Beyond the public sector, the finance careers in private sector are more lucrative. Because this sector grows faster than the public sector, the chances of exciting opportunities are more likes :Credit Risk Management Analyst
Financial Research Analyst
Financial/Securities/Investments Analyst
Personal Financial Adviser
Portfolio Manager
Any fresher financial analyst can earn salary range in between Rs 15,000-40,000 per month .
Thanks .

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Posted by Sanjna (Questions: 0, Answers: 1)
Answered on 2017-08-05 1:35 pm
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Hi , there are three areas where the role of a financial analyst is necessary: Buy-Side Firms , Sell Side Firm and Investment banking analyst. Buy-Side Firms are corporate or individual investors who invest for future returns where risk factor is high. Sell Side also comprises of corporate and individuals who are involved as a facilitator for Buy Side entities. They help in decision-making and the risk potential is quite less. The objective of investment banks is to assist governments, corporations and individuals to raise capital by issuing securities or underwriting. o have a successful career as a financial analyst, one needs to begin early. Get an internship while still being a student. This experience helps in the long run, Analyst needs to have certain skills such as: Solid analytical skills 2. In-depth understanding of companies 3. Interest and curiosity in analyzing 4. Solid fundamental valuation skills acquired in business school 5. Interest in understanding and analyzing a company’s business 6. Ability to build financial models 7. Clear understanding of financial and quantitative concepts 8. Strong analytical and MS Excel skills (Macros, V-lookups and Pivot tables) with strong communication skills. In India, the pay scale is an average of Rs. 353,991 annually. Good Luck !!
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Answered on 2017-08-05 1:16 pm
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Hi Nupur, there are thrilling careers in financial consultancies, financial institutions and banks. you can get into fields like merchant banking, investment and consumer banking, international finance, corporate finance and institutional finance. Once you build up your work experience then you can serve on government committees and add your inputs to the policy-making issues. You can also provide consultation services to government and corporate organisations. You will also go for corporate valuation, Investment management, Management control system, Taxation, Financial statement, Tax planning, Analysis and reporting of financial services. Pay scale depends on the business school from where you are graduated. The greater the reputation of the b-school, better the pay package. Thanks .
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Answered on 2017-08-05 12:57 pm
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