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Private equity is trying to poach young bankers mere weeks into their jobs

Wall Street recruitment season is coming earlier and earlier every year. Recruiters for some of the world’s largest and most prestigious private equity firms are firing off meeting invitations a full three months sooner than four years ago, Bloomberg News’ Yueqi Yang reports. Junior analysts — the most entry level position at most banks — are getting a flurry of recruitment emails just months out of college.
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