This Corporate Valuation seminar by Training the Street (TTS) is designed to be an essential foundation before finance-related interviews and internships. In addition, TTS believes the content will benefit a wide variety of candidates interested in:
* Working in most areas of the financial services industry (investment banking, consulting, research, asset management, private equity, brokerage, sales & trading, insurance, transactional law, etc.)
* Working in the corporate or strategic development group or finance department of a corporation
*Enhancing the learning experience in finance and financial statement analysis classes
* Working in marketing, brand management or a non-finance field, but are interested in gaining a solid foundation in applied corporate finance in a condensed, practical manner.
Seating is limited. For an application, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Instructor: Karishma Chullani
A 2009 addition to Training the Street, Karishma Chullani began her investment banking career in 2006 as a financial analyst with Citi’s Consumer & Retail Group in New York. She later transitioned to the Financial Institutions Group where she focused on insurance and asset management companies.
At Citi, Ms. Chullani worked on M&A, debt and equity transactions for a vairety of client. Following Citi, she moved to Insight Catastrophe Group where she concentrated on business development efforts and advisory services in the property and casualty insurance space. She has previously been involved with Teach for India and has taught at the Breakthrough Collaborative in Hong Kong.
At Teach for India, Karishma Chullani interned at the pilot summer training institute as an operations coordinator where she facilitated workshops with experienced practitioners on instruction and curriculum. At the Breakthrough Collaborative in Hong Kong, she spent three summers teaching economics and information technology to a group of high school students from low-income families. Karishma Chullani has a B.A. in Business Economics, with a minor in Political Science from UCLA.
Sponsored jointly by Oberlin Student Finance & Investment Club (OSFIC) and the Department of Economics.