360 Financial Modeling Club established
The 360 Financial Modeling Club has been established at Northeastern University. This club is is a student run organization dedicated to teaching students skills required to design and create interactive financial models in Excel that adheres to the highest standards in investment banking and private equity industries. The club provides opportunities for advanced financial training, career exploration and networking.
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360 Huntington Fund 9th Annual Meeting of Donors and Alumni
The 9th Annual Huntington Fund Meeting of Donors and Alumni will be held on October 17, 2016, in 50 Dodge Hall, 360 Huntington Avenue. From 5:00-7:30 p.m., an update on fund perspective and operating procedures will be given, in addition to awards for Investor of the Year 2016, and Analyst of the Year 2016. This is a great opportunity to reconnect with friends and colleagues.
RSVP to Professor Harlan Platt at, firstname.lastname@example.org. For questions regarding the event, please contact: Harlan Platt at 617.373.4740.
Parking Vouchers Available for either the Renaissance Garage or the Gainsborough Garage.
Global Asset Management Education, or GAME for short, is another seminar and portfolio management competition that is held in New York City by Quinnipiac University in collaboration with the NASDAQ Stock Exchange. Three students from the 360 Huntington Fund, Carthic Subramanian, Andrew DiCristofaro, and Ethan Ladd, experienced open discussion with professionals in a broad spectrum of sectors and skill sets to better understand the world of finance. The Fund was able to secure first place in the Mid-Cap Blend category of the portfolio management competition.
The Boston Security Analysts Society (BSAS) held an Investment Research Challenge inviting teams of students to analyze Nuance Communications and provide a buy, hold, or sell recommendation. Northeastern's team was in the top four business schools to make the finals along with BU, MIT and Brandeis. Each team was asked to put together a lengthy research report and present to a board of local management executives including the CEO of Wellington, the CIO of MFS Investment Management, and the CFO from BNY Mellon. Brandeis won the Boston finals, and went on to the Toronto North American finals.
Dr. John Silvia, a Northeastern University Graduate and Chief Economist for Wells Fargo, met our team of analysts at the GAME'13 Seminar and was invited to the University to speak with students. During his lecture he discussed macro and micro-economic factors in China, and how such factors relate to the world economy and other financial markets.