Date(s) - Wednesday, February 11, 2015
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
CUNY Graduate Center, room 9206
Please sign up to attend by clicking here.
Wall Street 102 (a follow-up to last semester’s Wall Street 101) is your chance to learn more about the finance industry and recap the range of positions available in the finance industry–not only those in trading and investment banking but also positions for researchers, writers and analysts.
The speaker, Phil Philips, has spent 25 years on Wall Street in firms such as JP Morgan, Alliance Bernstein, and Merrill Lynch. He returns this semester to give you more insight on the following:
- The culture of Wall Street and how those working in the field maintain a work-life balance.
- The value of additional training (a CFA, MBA, for example).
- How to find a job on Wall Street and how to prepare for the interview process, including learning to tell your story, demonstrating your skill set, and showing how you’re the best candidate.