A friend of mine in an MBA program was offered the possibility of working in Fixed Income Sales for large ibanks by his finance professor who apparently has connections that can pull this job. The professor claims that after a few years, an established fixed income sales person can bring in 200k-5M per year, but the jobs are far and few in between. There is little or no prospecting involved, most of the clients are repeat business and you have a decent base plus commissions. If anyone would like to expand or correct my basic understanding, I would be interested to hear what you have to say. If this income potential is completely unrealistic, please say so, and I would be interested in the quality of life a position like this would offer. Thanks!