ICMA Centre Industry Insights
We are pleased to announce our new seminar series ICMA Centre Industry Insights running during the Spring term.
Selected practitioners, including senior bankers from the City of London with more than 15 years of experience will be coming to the ICMA Centre to provide exclusive information on key financial industry roles, helping students to make better informed career choices. Speakers will discuss specialised finance topics, such as High Frequency Trading, Counterparty Risk Management and Private Wealth Management.
The sessions will consist of a core presentation, followed by informal discussions and questions from students. They will be running on Wednesdays at 1pm in the Large Lecture Theatre.
To register and for more information, please go to https://reading.targetconnect.net/student/login.html
Wednesday 29th of January 2014
High Frequency Trading
Speaker: Lee Burrows
Wednesday 5th of February 2014
Speaker: TBC (Huntswood)
Wednesday 12th of February 2014
Private Wealth Management
Speaker: Konstantinos Maratos, CFA
Wednesday 19th of February 2014
Speaker: Austin Matthews, CTA, of Thames Water
Wednesday 26th of February 2014
Counterparty Risk Management
Speaker: Dr Dimitris Karyampas
|Published||23 January 2014|
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