Global Competition for Investment Banking Recruits

Since 2007, over 12,000+ international students have competed for over $100,000 in prize money in the world's largest investment banking case competition, pitching in front of top tier recruiters.
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Registration for the 2019-2020 Global Competition will open in mid-July 2019. Please view last year's Competition OverviewFAQs and Schedule of Events for more information on the contest. The competition has three separate categories and team registration is open to Undergraduates, Graduates and Professionals & Recent Graduates, who graduated within 3 years of the current calendar year-end. 
Please feel free to register for our open Open Training & Templates online portal anytime for industry insights and templates relevant to corporate finance.  
Last Year: 2018-2019 Schedule of Events
Please note the below schedule reflects the 2018-2019 recruiting cycle. Dates for the 2019-2020 cycle will be released in June.
In conjunction with our corporate sponsors, we are pleased to be able to offer high-performing competitors exclusive invitations to interviews and networking events during the 2019 recruiting cycle. 
Please visit our registration portal for latest dates and available registration options or contact our team about specific events.


Industry Recognition

We have cultivated a strong network within the investment banking community and invite over 100+ professionals to participate in the event as judges, speakers and interviewers every year.

Experience NIBC

Our main goal is offering competitors a truly unique experience with an international group of amazing peers. 

Our Story & Mandate

NIBC was created by at team of students over a decade ago to give high-performing individuals from all backgrounds an opportunity to connect with recruiters in financial centres such as New York, San Francisco, Toronto and other cities.

Our core mandate from our corporate sponsors and top tier investment banking recruiters is to create an avenue for developing and identifying graduate talent by offering unique learning and networking experiences to competitors. 

Year on year we strive to grow a global community of distinguished students and professionals who are keen to excel in their careers. Please visit our site to learn more about our History & Mission or get to know more about our team. 


Video Training Portal

Download free case preparation resources & templates in the open training library at NIBCLive.com. We aim to provide competitors with all of the tools available in an authentic investment banking environment to learn and complete the case in the quickest way possible.
And many more tutorials including a full case solution walkthrough of NIBC 2015 First Round Case (Electronic Arts, view preview here).

Reputed Schools

Every year, we invite students from all over the world to measure their skillset and expand their global professional network. Our goal is to give students a unique and memorable opportunity to meet likeminded peers across various financial centers. 

  • "Phenomenal, realistic deal pitch experience for an aspiring financial services professional" - NIBC Finalist
  • "Best experience of my university career. Highly recommend."  - NIBC Finalist
  • "Wonderful and valuable experience. Learned so much!!" - NIBC Finalist

Distinguished Speakers

High-Caliber Competitors

Authentic Investment Banking Case

Cases are based on current market information and graded against ifndustry standard models, pitchbooks and solutions prepared by professionals for each case. 

Seasoned Judges

Key Partners


10th Anniversary Video Highlights

Academic Partners: Participating Schools

Canada  United States  Europe & Asia   

University of British Columbia (Sauder)
University of Western Ontario (Ivey)
Queen’s University (Smith)
University of Toronto (Rotman)
York University (Schulich)
University of Waterloo
Wilfrid Laurier University (Lazaridis)
McMaster University (DeGroote)
McGill University (Desautels)
University of Ottawa (Telfer)
Ryerson University (Ted Rogers)
Concordia University (John Molson)
University of Alberta
University of Calgary (Haskayne)
University of Victoria (Gustavson)
Simon Fraser University (Beedie)
University of Saskatchewan (Edwards)
University of Regina (Hill)
Dalhousie University (Rowe)
University of Manitoba (Asper)
Université Laval
University of New Brunswick
HEC Montreal
Thompson Rivers University
University of Northern British Columbia
University of Ontario Institute of Technology
Mount Royal University (Bissett)
Saint Mary's University (Sobey)
University of Windsor (Odette)

University of Pennsylvania (Wharton)
Stanford University
New York University (Stern)
Columbia University
University of Chicago (Booth)
Yale University 
Cornell University (Johnson)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Sloan)
Dartmouth College (Tuck)
University of California, Berkeley (Haas)
Brown University 
University of Michigan (Ross)
Duke University (Fuqua)
University of California, L.A. (Anderson)
Northwestern University (Kellogg)
Purdue University (Krannert)
Boston University
University of Iowa (Tippie)
John Hopkins University (Carey)
Georgetown University (McDonough)
University of Notre Dame (Mendoza)
University of North California (Kenan-Flagler)
Emory University (Goizueta)
University of Southern California (Marshall)
University of California, Irvine (Merage)
Washington University, St. Louis (Olin)
Georgia Institute of Technology (Scheller)
Vanderbilt University (Owen)
Ohio State University (Fisher)
Arizona State University (Carey)
Brigham Young University (Marriott)
University of Rochester (Simon)
Purdue University (Krannert)
College of William & Mary (Mason)
University of Wisconsin-Madison
University of Minnesota (Carlson)
University of Washington (Foster)
Pepperdine University (Graziadio)
Georgia State University (Robinson)
University of Tampa 

University of Georgia (Terry)
Syracuse University (Whitman)
University of Rochester (Simon)
University of Utah (Eccles)
University of Texas (McCombs)
University of Florida (Warrington)
Villanova University
University of Houston (Bauer)
Florida International University
Rochester Institute of Technology (Saunders)
Boston College (Carroll)
Fordham University 
Marquette University
University of Denver (Daniels)
University of Oregon (Lundquist)
Drexel University (LeBow)
University of Arkansas (Walton)
Georgia Institute of Technology (Scheller)
Chapman University
University of North Carolina (Kenan-Flagler)
University of Hawaii
University of San Diego 
University of Texas at Dallas (Naveen Jindal)
Penn State University (Smeal)

London Business School
University of Cambridge (Judge)
University of Oxford (Saïd)
HEC Paris
University of Hong Kong
Hong Kong University of Science & Technology
National University of Singapore
IE Business School
Nyenrode Business University
Chinese University of Hong Kong
Singapore Management University
University of Mumbai (JBIMS)
University of Melbourne
University of Manchester
City University of Hong Kong
Indian School of Business
Foreign Trade University
Universidad de los Andes 
University of Tokyo