Wall Street 101
Capital markets internships now often begin between 2nd and 3rd year of university, and for many banks, full-time employment offers are made at the end of a successful internship at the bank between 3rd and 4th year of university. Thus, students need to start preparing early in their university experience! This talk will outline what are the career possibilities, what skills and personalities are required, and why would you enjoy having such a career. Come and hear what two UBC Sauder alumni have to say about the business, why they have chosen to be part of it, and how you can prepare to get involved.
Wall Street 101: What are Careers in Capital Markets, and Why Would That Be for Me?
Date: Thursday, October 19
Time: 12:30 to 1:30pm
Location: Henry Angus 098 (new location)
Ms. Christina Anthony started at Goldman Sachs & Co. and now is a successful Director and Portfolio Manager at Odlum Brown Ltd. Ms. Tracey McVicar found success as an investment banker at RBC Capital Markets and is now the Managing Partner and Lead Portfolio Manager with CAI Capital.