April 8, 2011 - Spring 2011 Presentations
The Phoenician Investment Fund conducts several presentations over the course of one semester. Entry Level members who are undergoing an intense training program are required to present their assignments in front of the Senior Level members and the Executive Board in exchange for intense yet constructive criticism and a chance to be promoted to Junior Level. In addition, Senior Level members conduct their own comprehensive research presentations and discuss their findings as a means to assist the organization in creating an executive portfolio.
All PIF members conduct and view several presentations in the course of one semester. The Phoenician Investment Fund takes pride in its method of conducting research and is so confident in this method that it invites professionals from the workforce to sit in on PIF presentations. On March 18, 2011, a third-year analyst at the investment banking arm of Merrill Lynch, Victor Veiga, attended a PIF meeting and gave superb advice on conducting research and presentations and on penetrating the workforce.
The Phoenician Investment Fund has many sponsors, alumni, and other speakers lined up for the coming semesters to give advice on how to conduct research and presentations and how to differentiate oneself from the conventional applicant.
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