The Finance Society is one of the premier student-run organizations on at the University of Connecticut and it serves the undergraduate students of the Business School and the University at large. Since its inception in 2003, the Society has been at the forefront of assisting in the professional, educational, and social development of students interested in finance. There are currently over 200 active undergraduate members and the organization continues to grow in popularity.
About Finance Society
The Finance Society at the University of Connecticut is an organization within the School of Business consisting of over 200 passionate members. Through this organization, the executive board and faculty strive to connect the academic and professional lives of members through weekly meetings, stock pitch competitions, conferences, and more. Students gain invaluable knowledge at meetings by engaging with other students, employers, and alumni through current event discussions, the mentorship program, company presentations, panels, career development workshops, and more. The Finance Society consistently proves itself as an effective way to enhance students’ hard and soft skills outside of the classroom, enabling them to achieve higher levels of success. In recent years, Finance Society alumni have gone on to begin their careers at exceptional firms such as Bank of America, Citi, Moody’s, Morgan Stanley, UBS, and more. If you or someone you know is interested in joining Finance Society, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Harvard Financial Analyst Club Stock Pitch Competition
October 26, 2019 - Julia (President) and Andrew (VP of Programming) traveled to Cambridge, MA to participate in the Harvard Financial Analyst Club’s annual stock pitch competition at Harvard University in Cambridge, MA. Students participated in the stock pitch competition and were given the opportunity to network with professionals and hiring managers from top Wall Street firms.
Right Image: ([left to right] Andrew Blackmore, Julia Wilson)
University of Michigan Engage Undergraduate Investment Conference
October 19-20, 2019 - Sam, William, Sam, Andrew, and Paul traveled to Michigan in the fall to participate in the Engage Undergraduate Investment Conference. This conference is one of the most competitive undergraduate stock pitch competitions in the nation. Teams from around the country present their stock pitches in front of a panel of professional investors for a chance to present their pitches in front of the entire conference audience. In addition to the competition, the 2-day conference is also spent hearing from speakers and networking.
Right Image: ([left to right] Sam Berkun, William Mudlaff, Sam Jeannotte, Andrew Blackmore, Paul Serio)
Bloomberg At UConn
What is a Bloomberg terminal?
A Bloomberg terminal is an advanced computer system with integrated financial software, which allows users to access real-time financial data and news on markets, economies, and businesses around the world. The terminal can also facilitate trade placements and act as a messaging platform for other users on Bloomberg terminals. The vast content, trending news filters, research and analysis tools, and software integration are just some of the key features that Bloomberg has to offer, which contribute to its success as the leading financial computer system in the industry. Finance students are encouraged to become familiar with UConn’s Bloomberg terminal on the fourth floor of the School of Business.