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Berkeley Finance Club

Fall Kickoff Meeting

September 10th, 2007


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Agenda

Berkeley Finance Club

  • Introduction

  • Careers

  • Academics

  • Alumni

  • Berkeley Finance Conference

  • Warren Buffett Trip

  • Investment Club

  • Membership Registration


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Introduction


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Club Mission

Introduction

  • The Berkeley Finance Club is committed to assist members in

    • Career Search

    • Finance Education

    • Networking

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BFC Dedicated Team

Introduction

Beidi Zheng

President

Josh Bleharski

Co-Chair - Conference

Apurva Shah

VP - EWMBA

Mike Blanchard

VP - Careers

Hull Xu

Co-Chair-Conference

Jie Shen

VP - Alumni

Koen The

VP - Communications

John Bruno

VP - Academics

Satish Kumar

VP - Finance

ChengNing Yang

VP-Technology

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Careers


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Career Committees

Careers

  • To help you explore various finance career opportunities and land a position.

  • Investment Banking Committee– Chairman: Li Chen

  • Corporate Finance Committee– Co-Chairs: Suwanna Trirattanathada & Laura Chow

  • Private Equity Committee– Chairman: Jens Dueing

  • Sales & Trading Committee– Chairwoman: Melissa Hiler

  • Buyside Committee– Chairman: Vasanth Mohan


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Events and Programs

Careers

  • Events

    • Industry Brown Bag – Various dates

    • 2nd Year Summer Experience Panel – Various dates

    • Firm Night – Oct. 2

    • Wall Street Trip – Dec. 17-19

    • Hong Kong Trip – Early Jan

    • SF Corp Fin Trip – TBD

  • Programs

    • Mentor Program

    • Resume Review Program

    • Mock Interview Program

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Finance Club Firm Night - Logistics

Careers

Logistics

  • Date: Tuesday October 2nd, 2007

  • Time: 7:00pm – 9:00pm

  • Location: International House, 2299 Piedmont (exit Haas, take a right, on your left about ½ mile down the road)

  • Format:

    • Company booths

    • Students are welcome to roam at their own pace

    • Remember your networking etiquette from O-week!

  • Dress: Business Casual

  • Registration: Please email your resume to [email protected] by Friday, 9/14


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Finance Club Firm Night – Firms

Careers

The following firms are a subset of those that will be present:

  • Autodesk

  • Thomas Wiesel

  • Apple

  • Banc of America Securities

  • Chevron

  • Cisco

  • Farmers Insurance

  • Analysis Group

  • Harris Williams

  • Houlihan Lokey Howard & Zukin

  • JP Morgan

  • RBC Capital Markets

  • Cowen and Company

  • Barclays Global Investors

  • Hewlett Packard

  • Legg Mason


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Finance Club Firm Night – Volunteers

Careers

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!!

  • Pre-Firm Night (times are flexible)

  • During Firm Night:

    • 6-7pm

    • 7-9pm (you will still be able to partake in the Firm Night)

    • 9-10pm

  • Sign-up on volunteer sheet or email [email protected] if you would like to help


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Academics


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Academics

Academics

Case competitions

  • Case competitions allow students to get good first-hand experience

  • Opportunity to improve the finance reputation of Haas

  • Great for interviews and career switchers

    • Kellogg Restructuring Case Competition

      • November 8 - 10

      • http://www.abiworld.org/crc/details.html

    • Cornell Stock-Pick Challenge

      • November 2

      • http://www.johnson.cornell.edu/parkercenter/stockpitch/

    • Chicago National IPO Challenge

      • November 3

      • http://student.chicagogsb.edu/group/IBG/ipo/

  • Contact John Bruno ([email protected]) if you are interested in participating in these competitions

  • MBAA and the finance club reimburse some of your expenses for these competitions

  • It is important that if you sign-up to participate that you fulfill this commitment

    • We may institute a deposit policy to ensure participation


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Academics

Academics

Workshops, Case Studies and Industry Talks

  • We will be organizing a variety of workshops, case studies and industry talks throughout the semester, enabling students to learn more about what is going on in the finance industry today.

  • We will send out emails announcing these events, but they will include:

  • Workshops

    • Training the Street

      • September 16 for 2nd years

      • Another session is being organized later this year for first years

  • Case Studies

    • We are working with a variety of employers, including investment banks and buyside firms to come to campus to lead case study workshops for students

  • Industry Talks

    • Opportunity to take advantage of the faculty resources we have here at Haas

    • Every few weeks on a different topic pertinent to what is going on in the economy

    • Sep 17th Monday - C110: Prof. Nancy Wallace will be giving a talk on the Subprime Mortgage and Credit Markets

      • Unbelievable chance to learn about what is going on in the market from one of the experts in the field


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Alumni


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Alumni

  • Berkeley Finance Club on LinkedIn

  • Events

    • Alumni Cocktail Mixer– Dec. 1st week

    • Alumni Dinner – Monthly

      • Format: 3 Alumni from the Financial Services Industry and 6-8 club members

      • Venue: quiet SF/bay area restaurant

      • Testimonials:

        • “Thanks for the invite. It's always a pleasure to meet the new batch and good to be able to help out.”From Atul Tiwary (Investment Banking Associate at RBC Capital Markets)

        • “Thanks for the note and invite.  It was a pleasure to come and reconnect with some Haas folks. I liked the fact that it was just a small group of students.”

          From Melissa Daniels (Executive Director, Private Equity at Morgan Stanley Venture Partners)

        • “I enjoyed the event and I think it is a promising format for future events.”

          From Michael Ellis (Senior Investment Professional at Avera Global Partners)

      • First Alumni Dinner Event: September 27th, 7.30 pm, location TBD


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Finance Conference


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Conference Status Update

Berkeley Finance Conference

We are in on track to have a successful conference

  • Balancing Risk and Return Through Innovation

    • When: November 9th, 2007

    • Where: Haas School of Business

  • Keynote speakers – confirmed!

    • Morning keynote: George Lee, Partner, Global Head of Technology Banking, Goldman Sachs & Co.

    • Afternoon keynote: Dr. Reuven Glick, Group Vice President of International Research, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco

  • Panel guests – over 50% confirmed!

    • Investment Management

    • The future of private equity

    • Corporate finance roundtable

    • Emerging trends in investment banking

    • Valuation of non-conventional assets and technologies

    • The business case for corporate social responsibility - are good deeds rewarded by higher returns?

  • Sponsorship:

    • Committed: JPMorgan $10,000

    • Strong leads: Apple, Cisco, McKesson, Citi, Lehman


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Berkeley Finance Conference (continued)

Berkeley Finance Conference

Volunteers needed!

  • Marketing

    • Registration available by 9/17/2007

    • Pricing: $40 Finance club member, $50 Haas student, $100 professional

    • http://berkeleyfinanceconference.org

    • Target attendee: students 70%, professionals 30%

  • Operations/Logistics

    • Finalizing location

    • 100 parking permits for purchase

    • 35 parking permits reserved for keynote/panel guests

    • Catering:

      • Continental breakfast

      • Small group networking lunch

      • Cocktail reception

  • Need volunteers in all areas!!!

    • Contact Hull Xu ([email protected]) or Josh Bleharski ([email protected])


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Warren Buffett Trip


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Warren Buffett Trip

Warren Buffett Trip

  • Date: November 19-20

  • Location: Omaha , Nebraska

  • Agenda:

    • 8:30-9:30 Q&A/tour at Nebraska Furniture Mart, a Berkshire Hathaway subsidiary

    • 10:00-12:00 Q&A with Mr. Buffett at Berkshire Hathaway.  Mr. Buffett will give a short speech and then spend most of the time answering questions on a rotating basis between the schools. 

    • 12:30-2:30 Lunch with Mr. Buffett at one of his favorite steakhouses.  (Lunch is on him!)

    • 2:45-4:00 (Haas only) Q&A with Donald Wurster (Haas alum), President of National Indemnity, a Berkshire Hathaway subsidiary

  • Logistics: $100 deposit upon selection (returned upon completion of trip)

    Hotel and airfare are at your own expense

  • Registration: Please email Billy [email protected] by Monday, 9/10

    • Example email format: “John Doe, [email protected], Full-time MBA, 2008, yes, 1234“

      club member status student ID last 4 digits


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Investment Club


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Investment Club

Investment Club

  • Haas Investment Fund

    • Student-managed portfolio

    • Integrated with curriculum

    • Faculty and industry advisors

    • Target Launch: Spring 2008

  • Advising

    • Mentorship and Career Advising

    • Resume Review

    • Mock Interviews

  • Programs and Events

    • Investment Roundtable

    • Spring Investment Speaker Series

    • Guest Speakers


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Investment Fund

Investment Club

  • Overview

    • Student-managed portfolio

    • Faculty and industry advisors

    • Target Launch: Spring 2008

  • Philosophy

    • Value Investing: Graham and Dodd-style

    • Margin of Safety

  • Curriculum

    • Gateway class for fund management

    • Related portfolio management coursework

    • Lectures, speaker series, independent study

  • Returns to Haas

    • Portion of gains returned to Haas for Finance and Accounting programs


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Membership Registration


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How to join the club?

Membership Registration

  • Membership Fee

    • $50 covers your entire program stay

    • $30 covers one year

  • Payment

    • Check payable to “Berkeley Finance Club”

    • Give check to Satish Kumar (2nd Full-time MBA, mailbox in MBA lounge by Bank of America Forum)

  • Participation Opportunities

    • Career Committee managers (please indicate which committee you are interested in)

    • Wall Street Trip lead

    • Hong Kong Trip lead

    • Firm Night volunteers

    • Finance Conference managers/volunteers

    • Alumni party planning manager

    • Case competition lead

    • Case study manager


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