Finance majors have new opportunities now that Dominican University has established a Financial Management Association International (FMA) chapter. Ivan Rudolph-Shabinsky, Director, Division of Business, Leadership, & Innovation, said that FMA is a great resource to help students develop skills and navigate the different areas that offer finance careers.
“There are many benefits. For instance, FMA students have access to Wall Street Prep, which provides practice case studies similar to those that investment banks require students to complete when interviewing for analyst positions. Another benefit is the many conferences and networking events organized by the FMA,” said Rudolph-Shabinsky.
The Dominican University FMA chapter will be open to anyone with an interest in pursuing a career in finance. Weekly meetings will focus on practice case studies and guest speakers. In addition, students will raise money to fund trips. Students interested in joining the chapter should contact the student president, Nicolas Arrieta at N.ArrietaGuerra1@dc.edu.