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From what I’ve heard:
You can get into IB with a CS degree (in fact, it will be looked favorably upon). You can get into consulting (McKinsey, etc..) with a CS degree.
You would need relevant extracurriculars and internships, though. IB/consulting firms usually have summer analyst positions for juniors; you can apply for those.However, why CS if all you want to do is go do finance, and never do software work ever again? If you actually want to be a tech entrepreneur or something, IB certainly won’t help very much with that; consulting will help somewhat.