Since virtually all business decisions have a financial dimension, an understanding of the financial implications of a decision is crucial for effective management. Our program, ranked No. 11 in the country by College Factual, helps Finance students develop a problem-solving, decision analysis framework centered around value creation and serving the consumer.
You can turn unexpected news into surprising opportunities, says the four-year varsity swimmer who concentrated in finance and marketing.
The addition of a dozen Bloomberg terminals opens the door to add fixed income sequence to finance program.
The global finance leader and former professor at Dartmouth's Tuck School of Business will develop a fixed income portfolio sequence to complement the successful equities portfolio.
He attributes Bryant’s small class sizes, accessible faculty, and supportive network to his success.
Finance Professors Peter Nigro and David Louton are in high demand for post-election financial markets analysis and 2017 outlook.
A financial analyst at The Hartford, her IB (Finance) major and concentration in French helped her land a spot in leadership development program's Middle Market International Finance rotation.
"The University has the unique ability to provide the perfect opportunity for each student. I honestly don’t think I would have gotten these opportunities anywhere else."
Alumni in the finance field return to judge students' semester-long projects.
The demanding program sharpens participants' skills in teamwork, oral presentations and market research, and employers take notice.
His 2015 internship at Nomura Securities, which he learned about through an alumnus, led to an on-the-spot job offer.
The Federal Reserve's actions this week will help savers and provide banks greater incentives to lend, says Professor of Finance and Sarkisian Chair in Financial Services Peter Nigro, Ph.D., a leading authority on financial saving, credit risk, and fair lending issues.
Upon learning that some AIF stocks were underperforming, Seawolf Capital's Ed Fasano '98 arranged for students to run "buy" recommendation past influential colleagues featured in "The Big Short."