I've been in IT for a little over 10 years with almost no (real) financial or trading experience, everything about financials I picked up on my own with my thinkorswim account, books, and this website, Iâve been doing this for about a year and Iâve been very successful for some odd reason luck? ☺ So here is my dilemma Iâm really tired of the mundane IT work and Iâm looking to hopefully transition into financials front office one day, The problem is I make a pretty decent salary with my IT skills about 140k a year base+comp, and I donât really feel like starting from the bottom as an analyst, Iâm currently employed with a FX trading company and I have to say I have learned absolutely nothing about the inner business side of FX that I couldnât pick up myself so I started interviewing about a month back and got an offer from Bank of America (investment banking side) not commercial banking, and a hedge fund I want to keep anonymous at the moment, I got the offer from both companies through my IT background and skills, so my grand slam plan is to hopefully join one of these companies learn as much as I can about investing, go back for my MBA and hopefully transition to a mid level front office position in a year. Anyone here who happened to transition from IT into a front office financial position care to give any insight, also where would someone like me be better off in the long run? A large Investment bank or a hedge fund? Thanks in advance.