2nd Annual Wall St. Training Valuation Case Competition

Posted by Jamie Anderson on Thursday, September 13, 2012 Under: Outside Opportunity


On behalf of Wall St. Training, it is my pleasure to invite the students at your school to compete in the 2nd Annual Wall St. Training Valuation Case Competition. Last year, finalists from Rutgers, Princeton, Tulane and the University of San Francisco competed in New York as industry professionals attended to judge, speak, spectate and mingle.

This year, the competition offers a $5,000 grand prize to the winning team, with the Final Round event expanded to a full-day industry conference in November at the Marriott Marquis in Times Square. Confirmed speakers at the conference include Peter Cuneo, the former CEO of Marvel Entertainment; Matt Kenagy, Executive Director of Premium Marketing Strategy at Las Vegas Sands, and many other senior industry participants.

Please feel free to forward over copies of the Competition Guide attached to this message and direct any interested parties to http://wstcompetition.com for registration instructions and more information on the event's speakers, panelists, judges and competition requirements.

We would like to give special thanks to our Platinum Sponsor, Gerson Lehrman Group, who will lend their extremely valuable network of industry professionals to the final round participants. We also would like to thank our Recruiting Partners and Sponsors for their continued support, including our Product Partner Hewlett-Packard, and encourage students and faculty to use the finance industry standard HP 12c calculator (http://wallst-training.com/hp12c/).

We hope that you will enjoy taking part this year, and we look forward to seeing your school represented in the competition. If you have any questions please contact us atinfo@wstcompetition.com. Thank you in advance for your participation and support.



Larry Ip 
Wall St. Training 
Office: +1 (212) 537-6631 
Fax: +1 (212) 656-1221 
Email: larry@wallst-training.com 

In : Outside Opportunity 

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