Event: 'How I Became a Quant': A Panel Geared for Students
Date: April 19, 2012
Time: 5:30pm Registration, 5:45pm Program Begins, 7:00pm Reception
113 W. 60th St
Lowenstein Building - NW corner of 60th St. and Columbus Ave
12th Floor Lounge
The IAFE Education Committee and
the Fischer Black Memorial Foundation are pleased to invite you to
How I Became a Quant New York:
Financial Engineers Give a Personal View
of their Careers in Quantitative Finance
A Panel Discussion For Students
Interested in a Career in Quantitative Finance
University of California, Berkeley
Woodbine Capital Management
The recent explosive growth in quantitative finance has led mathematics, physics, computer science and engineering students of all levels to wonder whether a career or an advanced degree in quantitative finance is right for them. With the rapid increase in sophisticated quantitative and computational techniques employed in financial firms there has been increasing demand for students with highly quantitative backgrounds to work in the financial field and an increase in advanced degree programs covering these topics.
This forum is designed to give a personal view of the world of quantitative finance from the point of view of quantitative finance professionals with varying specialties.
Without formulas or Microsoft Power Point,
our panelists will share their own experiences and engage in a moderated discussion with plenty of time to answer student questions. A reception for students and panelists will be held after the event.
Hosted and Sponsored by:
Read stories by professionals in the field in the new book How I Became a Quant, based on our popular panels. Follow the link above to purchase a copy. All royalties will go to the Fischer Black Memorial Foundation.