Alumni Digital Talk: Silvia Magni, Business Development Associate, AmplifyME

Alumni Service

Date: 19 December 2023 / 11:00 - 12:00

Alumni Digital Talk

The role of the Equity Research Analyst and the roles in Corporate Finance

 

Corporate Finance is the basis for a variety of banking roles in finance, from Investment Banking to Research to Investments. Whether you are interested in working on the buy-side, for example for Asset Management or Private Equity firms, or in a corporate finance job, from M&A to Equity Capital Markets, companies’ financial statements analysis and financial modelling are key in order to truly understand the true value of a company and whether it is worth investing in it as an investor or considering a transaction as a corporate.

During this session we will deep dive specifically in the world of Equity Research and also speak about other banking roles, to understand how you can leverage everything you learnt in class in a corporate finance job.

 

Tuesday, 19 december 2023 at 11.00 - 12.00

Room A31, Red Building

 

With the participation of:

  • Silvia Magni, Business Development Associate, AmplifyME, London (UK). USI Degree: Master in Finance, 2022

Introduces:

  • Prof. Laurent Frésard, Vice-dean of the Faculty of Economics

 

The talk is offered within the Corporate Finance course. Look here other Alumni Talks of the semester.

 

To participate register here

Language: English

 

The Digital Alumni Talks is a series of online meetings with USI alumni, who have gained professional experience in different roles and sectors, to give USI students and recent graduates a first look into the different potential career paths.

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