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Advanced Finance & Investment Analysis

This one-week unique intensive program provides an overview of global finance and investment, and offers the perspective and analytical methodology of a senior-level Wall Street banker, analyst, or portfolio manager. This experience emphasizes teamwork, communication, and independent thought. By the end of this course, you will have a much clearer and deeper understanding of how Wall Street works, and how to identify and execute on potential investment opportunities.



You will be challenged to create your own intellectual value and expand your own definition of what you believe you are able to accomplish. Global finance is a competitive field that requires you to be proactive, resourceful, creative, and self-motivated.

You will also experience what it’s like to work at a global institutional investment fund. There is a live portfolio to which you will be exposed, and this portfolio will be at the intellectual core of most of the analytical work that we will conduct. This is a very unique aspect to this course, and it will help you appreciate and better understand the day-to-day the experience of working on Wall Street in a demanding intellectual and analytical role.

During the program you will visit two or more of the following companies to expand your professional network in NYC: Facebook, Google, Linkedin, EY, Goldman Sachs, KPMG, United Airlines, AMEX, Blackstone, Blackrock

Program Dates

Group 1: January 13 - 17, 2020

Group 2: October 26 - 30, 2020

Tuition

$1,300

*Manhattan College alumni and students are entitled to a 20% discount.

Includes: Certificate of attendance, all class materials

For information, group rates and registration email ezavala01@manhattan.edu 

Housing (optional)

$750
Includes: Double/double room with shared bathroom in a dorm style location or homestay. And local public transportation (MTA subway and bus). 

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