Our proven training covers:

  • Investment Banking Pitch Books

  • Private Equity Investment Recommendations

  • Hedge Fund Stock Pitches

  • Deal Recommendations to Clients

  • Equity Research Reports

  • Real Estate Deal and Financing Analysis

  • Growth Equity Investment Recommendations

  • Venture Capital Cap Tables and Analysis

  • Accounting and 3-Statement Modeling

  • Valuation and Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) Analysis

  • Merger Models and Leveraged Buyout (LBO) Models

  • Credit and Fixed-Income Analysis

  • And more...

The investment banker training you receive from Breaking Into Wall Street is:

  • Created by experts

  • Built around your success

  • Sensibly priced

  • Backed by a no-questions-asked, money-back guarantee

  • Entertaining and easy to digest

  • Based on real companies and deals

All the training is based on case studies featuring real companies, assets, and M&A deals:

  • Excel & VBA: Walmart and Customer Due Diligence Exercise

  • Core Financial Modeling: Monster Beverage, Stadler Rail, Coles, Target, Vivendi, Steel Dynamics, Builders FirstSource / BMC Stock Holdings, Bain Capital / NichiiGakkan, Apollo / Great Canadian Gaming Corporation, and Netflix

  • PowerPoint Pro: Jazz Pharmaceuticals (Sell-Side Pitch Book) and Twitter (Deal Profiles and Exercises)

  • Advanced Financial Modeling: EasyJet, Jazz Pharmaceuticals, Builders FirstSource / BMC Stock Holdings, SunPower / Maxeon, Fortum / Uniper, KKR / Viridor, Cars.com, and Netflix

  • VC & Growth Equity Modeling: PitchBookGPT, MuscleFrost, Antios Therapeutics, Procyon SA, Sapphire Wolf, and CyberFence (some are fictional but based on real companies)

  • Real Estate & REIT Modeling: 100 Bishopsgate (London), Jumeirah Beach Hotel (Dubai), The Lyric (Seattle), 45 Milk Street (Boston), Heritage Cyrela (São Paulo), AvalonBay (U.S.), SPH REIT (Singapore), Digital Realty / DuPont Fabros (U.S.), and Blackstone / Pure Industrial Real Estate Trust (Canada)

  • Bank & Financial Institution Modeling: Shawbrook (U.K.), KeyCorp / First Niagara (U.S.), ANZ (Australia / New Zealand), and the Philippine Bank of Communications (Philippines)