Guggenheim Information Session
Date: Tuesday, 17th September
Location: Quinn School of Business, Q009Please join us at The Guggenheim Information Session to learn about Full-Time and Internship Opportunities for 2020.
Learn about the buy-side Corporate Credit Investment Analyst Full-Time and Summer Internship opportunities for 2020. They will provide an overview of Guggenheim, outline the steps involved in analyzing credit investments, and discuss a day in the life as a junior analyst.
** Please note the application deadline for 2020 applicants is Wednesday, 25th September. Students are invited to submit their CV & Cover Letter to https://guggenheimpartners.com/firm/careers. Note that there is a separate job posting for the graduate position and the summer internship. **
The Cover Letter is required to include a description of why you would like to work within the investment management industry, along with evidence/examples, such as own investing experience, work experience, course projects, steps taken to learn about the industry, etc.
Students are encouraged to apply as early as possible. Candidates who have applied before 15th September will be considered for an invite-only drinks reception to be held on the evening of 19th September at 7:00pm, where attendees will get a chance to meet the team, learn more about the role, and potentially fast-track the process.
We look forward to seeing you there. In the meantime, we invite you to learn more by contacting Annie Savage (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Bain & Company - Get to know us (London office)
Date: Monday 23rd September
Venue: The Dean Hotel
Application Link: https://careers.bain.com/recruits/EventDetail?folderId=26726
Deadline to apply: 5pm September 18th
Bain & Company is a top management consultancy firm advising business leaders in every industry on strategy, organisation, operations, IT and M&A. We will be hosting a ‘get to know us’ event in Sophie’s @ The Dean Dublin on Monday 23rd September.
If you are interested in hearing from UCD and TCD alumni about their experiences working at Bain London and tips and tricks for the application process, apply to attend through the above link by 5pm on September 18th.
We look forward to meeting you!
Bain & Company one-on-one chats (UCD Campus)
Date: Monday 23rd September, 11am
Deadline: Thursday 19th September, 8pm
Bain & Company will be coming to UCD to meet final-year UCD Students interested in pursuing careers in Consulting. If you would like to sit down for a 15-minute chat with a Bain Consultant, to find out more about life as a consultant or the recruiting process, send your CV to email@example.com before the deadline.
Limited spots available.
STEM Fair (SIG)
Date: Tuesday 24th September and Wednesday 25th September
Location: STEM Fair
Our sponsor SIG will be on campus Tuesday 24th September for the UCD Science, Engineering & Technology Fair (11 – 3pm) and Wednesday 25th September for the Business, Finance & Management Fair (11 – 3pm). SIG is a global quantitative trading firm founded with an entrepreneurial mind-set and a rigorous analytical approach to decision making. SIG commit their own capital to trade financial products around the world. Building virtually all of their own trading technology from scratch, they are leaders and innovators in high performance, low latency trading. SIG’s traders, quants, developers, and systems engineers work side-by-side to develop and implement trading strategies.
Each individual brings their unique expertise every day to help in making optimal decisions in the global financial markets.
THE QUANTITATIVE TRADER PROGRAMMES
SIG’s Quantitative Assistant Trader Internship and Graduate Programmes can be the start of a rewarding and challenging career in trading, as each programme serves as an entry route into a full-time trading position.
SIG’s Internship Programme welcomes students in their second and penultimate years of study, while the Graduate Programme is aimed at final years and graduates.
WHAT SIG ARE LOOKING FOR
SIG look for students with academic backgrounds in Mathematics, Physics, Actuarial Science, Engineering, Computer Science, Economics, and Finance, who are on track to achieve or have achieved a minimum grade of a 2.1 for the Quantitative Trading Programme and Trading Operations Programme."