source To end the academic year with a bang, we have arranged a one-of-a-kind Intercollegiate Finance Panel featuring senior delegates from top financial institutions and a collaboration between 6 societies and 4 universities. This is the biggest student-run finance panel hosted in London this year.
http://patriotboosters.org/2016-application/ The Intercollegiate Finance Panel focuses on risks and opportunities within various industries, including TMT, Real Estate, Alternative Capital Markets and Healthcare. Our panel comprises of some of the most successful and experienced bankers in the industry:
http://imacourse.com/?wpui-script=before 1. Steffen R Doyle – Co-Head of European Real Estate Investment Banking, Credit Suisse
3. Paul Birley – Head of Healthcare, Barclays
4. Jasprit Chana – EMEA Head of Alternative Capital Markets, Goldman Sachs
5. Junaid Shafi – Vice President (TMT), Citi
This panel aims to prepare students for spring weeks, internships and graduate roles. Attendees will be equipped with the commercial awareness they need to succeed in interviews, networking and on the job. The event will cover market trends, deals activity, policy and regulation, the outlook for 2017-18 and current market drivers.
Attendees will have the opportunity to network with senior bankers after the discussion. This is a highly rare and sought-after opportunity, given that our guest speakers lead global and EMEA divisions.
The event is open to ALL academic backgrounds and is aimed at UCL, LSE, ICL and KCL students. It is particularly relevant for students seeking careers in investment banking, equity research, sales and trading and asset management. In addition, the content covered will also be highly useful for students interested in consulting or industry.
As this is expected to be a hugely oversubscribed event, please book your FREE ticket as early as possible through the EventBrite link below:
Date: Tuesday, 14th March 2017
Time: 6 – 7:30pm
Location: UCL Campus, Roberts Building G06
Organised by: UCLU Business Society, UCLU Investment Society, King’s Investment Banking Society, LSE Business and Finance Guild, Imperial College Finance Society, Imperial College Investment Society.