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TVS 007 – Leveraged Finance & Real Estate Financing

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TVS 007 – Leveraged Finance & Real Estate Financing

First Interview Episode! I have two of my good friends on, Josh Zhang and Vinay Kumar, who give us an inside look into two product groups within investment banking: Leveraged Finan ...

First Interview Episode! I have two of my good friends on, Josh Zhang and Vinay Kumar, who give us an inside look into two product groups within investment banking: Leveraged Finance & Real Estate Financing

Vinay Kumar – https://www.linkedin.com/in/vinay-kumar-9b313446

Josh Zhang – https://www.linkedin.com/in/joshua-zhang-0aa21237

  1. Vinay Kumar
    • Bay Area Born and Raised
    • Duke Grad
    • Big Sports Fan
  2. Josh Zhang
    • Detroit Area Born and Raised
    • Harvard Grad
    • Hip-hop Enthusiast
  3. Leveraged Finance
    • Debt Markets
    • Product specific
    • Leveraged Buy-Out
    • Things they like, things they don’t like
    • Advice for breaking into the industry
  4. Real Estate Financing
    • Leveraged Finance for Real Estate
    • CMBS (Commercial Mortgage Backed Security)
    • Balance Sheet Lending
    • Things they Like, things they don’t like
    • Advice for breaking into the industry
  5. Shotgun Round
    • Favorite Book and Why
    • Best Joke
    • Oddjob in high school
    • Favorite Restaurant in the city
  6. How can we better increase transparency in Finance

As always, please let me know if you have any questions, comments, or suggestions. Email me directly at alan@thevampiresquid.com or on the contact form. Also, please subscribe to my facebook page for live updates facebook.com/thevampiresquid

Comments ( 2 )

  1. ReplyAustin
    This was a great listen. It was nice to get practical adivce about the industry. Could you please do a podcast with tips/advice for those interested in getting into the investment industry that are already working in a somewhat similar industry such as banking, etc.
    • ReplyAlan
      Thanks so much Austin! do you mean an episode on the buyside?

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