Janet Rilling of Wells Capital Management Presented to Dr. Krause's Fixed Income Class at Marquette University
|Janet Rilling, Wells Capital Management|
On October 5th, Janet Rilling, CFA, senior portfolio manager for the Wells Capital Management Fixed Income team, presented in Dr. David Krause's Fixed Income class at Marquette University.
Dr. Krause commented, "Janet Rilling is one of the strongest outside speakers we bring to campus each year. She always does a great job in the classroom because she provides excellent content. Janet has the experience to provide the students with practical real world examples of the content we are covering. I've told her before that she would be an outstanding instructor - she connects well with the students."
|Dr. Krause and Janet Rilling |
in Fixed Income Class at Marquette
Janet Rilling joined Wells Capital Management from Strong Capital Management in 2005. She began her investment industry career in 1995, joining Strong as a research analyst and then becoming a portfolio manager in 2000. Prior to joining Strong, she was an auditor with Coopers & Lybrand for three years, specializing in the manufacturing and financial services industries. She earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting and finance and a master’s degree in finance from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Janet is a Certified Public Accountant and has earned the right to use the CFA designation.
Dr. Krause continued, "When Janet talks about credit analysis during her visit to campus, she is always able to provide examples of current credit research that she and her team are involved with. She does such a strong job in the classroom that she allows me the opportunity to move ahead in the course syllabus."
|Janet Rilling answers student quesitons|
"Her presentation on credit analysis is timely for the students as they will be tackling their own fixed income credit analysis project later this semester. Janet was also able to talk about the current macro-economic environment and answered the students' questions after class about credit research, interest rates, Federal Reserve policy and other topics. I know she is among the most impressive speakers the students have seen on campus recently. We are thankful she was able to visit us again."