Today AIM program alumnus, ConnorLawrie (MU '09) will visit Marquette's campus to interview potential internship candidates. Connor is a Senior Financial Analyst at National Surgical Hospitals in Chicago. He graduated with a BS in Finance and Economics, and a minor in Political Science. He worked as an investment banking analyst with Cleary Gull following his graduation.
Another visitor to campus today is Michelle Picard, CFA (Executive Vice President, Principal, Geneva Capital Management). Michelle will be interviewing AIM students for a potential internship with Geneva, which is located in Milwaukee. An AIM alumnus, Jose Munoz (AIM '11), works as an analyst for the firm.
Shayla Martin (Account Manager at Bloomberg, New York) will be presenting in the AIM classes today. Shayla will help the AIM students utilize the portfolio function (PORT). The students in the Class of 2012 will end their management of the AIM Funds on March 31, 2012. During April they will complete their annual report (which contains GIPS-compliant performance reporting) and they will extensively utilize the portfolio performance reportng functions (i.e. attribution and scenario analysis).
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