Hey, I’m Ankush – a 3rd year Maths student and an incoming MSc Finance student at the business school, and I’d like to be your Head of Buy-Side Corporate Relations next year.
Through my role on MathSoc, I have been able to secure numerous sponsorships (where we have more than Finance Soc!) and I plan to do the same for Finance Society, helping the society grow back to the size it once was, packed full of events... read more
I am a 2nd year Mech Eng student with strong contacts, connections and experiences within the Venture Capital and Investment Funds industry in addition to being the founder and CEO of a seed/pre-seed startup (palto.co.uk). My combined experiences has placed me in the unique position of having a strong understanding of buy-side corporate relations which, I believe, will allow me to effectively gain deep (and... read more
Hi, my name is Ekaterina and I am currently in my first year studying Mathematics.
I am standing for this position because I would like to share with you what I have learnt by taking part in various insight days and meeting new people from all kinds of career backgrounds.
The connections that I have made with current society representatives make me well equipped for this role because I can always ask for help... read more
My name is Rohhil and I’m running for Head of Buy-Side Corporate Relations.
As the Head of Fixed Income, I want to continue having a positive impact on all members, but on a larger scale. I have connected with members at weekly meetings and thoroughly enjoyed sharing advice on applications and educating members about investment products. I believe that using my network within Investment Society, the... read more
Hello everyone, I am a first year electronic and information engineering student who hopes to serve as the Head of Buy-Side Corporate Relations in the committee of 2019-2020.
The events ran by the Investment Society are an important aspect of the society and for these events to be successful our relationships with corporations have to be strong which is where the heads of corporate relations comes in. I got to... read more