Hi, I'm looking to do an experimental physics PhD (currently on an experimental Masters program), and I was wondering what my chances of getting into investment banking (quant) are. I am aware that theoretical physicists are primed for such a position, but what about an experimentalist? I can't change my degree now, and obviously can't do a theoretical PhD. I also know that experience with C++ is important and I have experience with Java and so I will learn C++ myself. The thing is that I don't have the same mathematical background, so what are my chances of getting into investment banking, and what can I do from now on to help myself to end up there? Thanks greatly for any responses!! P.s. I do love physics and I do want to do a PhD anyway, I just don't want to try for academia or to go straight into industry. I want to do a PhD! But then i want to make money (i admit it...), for which i have my reasons.