Citi to Host NASP Mentors Luncheon & Career Symposium in February
Help inspire and encourage students of color and women to build careers as finance professionals! Please spread the word to undergraduate students who would benefit from this event. NASP hosts the Mentors Luncheon & Career Symposium for diverse undergraduate students as part of the Future Financial Professionals Pipeline initiative. Click here to view a summary of the 2015 event.
Students will learn about internships and jobs in the financial services industry, gain insight from industry professionals, receive early professional development skills, and network with financial services' campus diversity recruitment teams! Bank of America Merrill Lynch, The PFM Group, and Citi are confirmed to participate as recruiters.
The event is open to freshmen through senior college students studying finance, business, accounting, marketing or have a strong interest in working in the financial services industry.
- Students should register at: http://bit.ly/1nNMhMZ.
- This event is FREE but registration is required.
- Students with questions should e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you or your firm are interested in participating in the event, please e-mail Farzin at email@example.com.
NASP Annual Conference Kick Off Reception Held in Atlanta
NASP members, Atlanta regional business leaders and political leaders gathered on January 14th to officially announce the 27th Annual Pension and Financial Services Conference being held this summer June 13-15 in Atlanta. The 2016 Gold Corporate Partners Invesco and Nationwide along with Silver Corporate Partners Ariel Investments, LLC, Attucks Asset Management, Delaware Investments, GCM Grosvenor, KKR, Smith Graham & Company, TIAA-CREF, Waddell & Reed Investment, Wellington Management Company, LLP and a number of Investing, Managing and Equity Sponsors were recognized for their early commitment to the conference.
New NASP Board of Directors Chair, Shawn Lytle, President, Delaware Investments, welcomed attendees along with Atlanta City Council President Ceasar Mitchell.
With all that is going on globally (i.e., China's plunging stock market , Greece's debt crisis, plunging commodities prices), can the U.S. economy continue to improve steadily?