You have a good profile and great GMAT score. Your list of schools looks quite realistic. You may also target Duke, Cornell, UCLA-Anderson, LBS, Cambridge & Oxford. You would be able to convert your chances from application to admission by show casing your leadership style, achievements in or outside work place, ability to contribute to the classroom, ability to work with others and professionalism in application essays and working hard on interviews. You can try your chances in b-schools by clicking http://www.general-ed.com/chances-of-bschool
Let me know in case of other queries you might have. You can PM your details to discuss profile in detail or selection of b-schools.
I posted this in another forum as well but thank you for looking at this.
Request for Profile Evaluation:
Undergrad: 3.5 GPA in Finance from small liberal arts (unknown)
Extra curricular involvement in school: President of studnet club, top student government officer positions, and a month long Business china study tour.
Graduate degree 3.5 GPA in Finance from one of the top small liberal arts schools
Volunteer: Spent 2 years in eastern europe as a missionary
Work experience: 2 years as missionary
2-3 years at boutique investment bank in Canada
Worked in 4 different countries countries between NA and Eastern Europe
Extra Curricular involvement post college: failed mobil application and website start up
Nationality: US and Canadian
Demographic: 50/50 white and black male. Age 29 at matriculation.
MBA goals: Gain entrepreneurial knowledge to apply towards future start up projects while at the same time leveraging my experience in IB to move into a larger bank at the associate level.
Wharton - reach
Stern - safety
Fuqua - safety
How realistic are my chances of getting into at least one of the M7+tuck schools?
Thank you so much
GMAT - 740: Work Ex - 9 years: MBA - HEC,Paris (Top European B - School)
Grad - Top 20 College in Asia