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Three finance students hold a large check from their win at a Harvard Case Competition

MSF team wins stock pitch competition at Harvard

A team of Master of Science in Finance students won the Harvard University Stock Pitch Competition on November 10. The trio of James Goyer, Kristen Mousa and Paul Stanley came out victorious from the field of over 45 teams, representing

Three finance students hold a large check for $3,000 from a stock pitch competition

MSF team wins respected stock pitch competition

A team of three Master of Science in Finance students won the stock pitch competition at the ENGAGE® Undergraduate Investment Conference at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business from October 20-22. James Goyer, Kristen Mousa and Paul Stanley came

Finance students sit at Bloomberg terminals in the Capital Markets Lab

Learning for a cause

The Gator Student Investment Fund has been providing years of real-world experience for students interested in finance and helping them earn jobs at some of the most competitive firms in the industry. As the money in the fund continued to

Paul Carr (BSBA ’00, MSF ’02) | December 2016

Paul (BSBA 2000, MSF 2002), a Senior Managing Director at Cushman & Wakefield, became the fourth member of the firm’s Tampa-based senior housing team. He is a member of the firm’s Capital Markets Group, and previously specialized in office and

Jeremy Bailys

Jeremy Bailys (BSBA ’09, MSF ’10) | September 2016

Jeremy Bailys (BSBA 2009, MSF 2010) and Lindsey Marmorstein (BSPR 2011) were married July 3 at the Jacksonville Jewish Center. Jeremy is a Senior Associate at The Carlyle Group, a global alternative asset management firm. Lindsey is a Group Manager, Corporate

Khristian Gutierrez

Passport to Success

Some entrepreneurial success stories seem to follow a classic blueprint: Frustrated idealists leave lucrative, but uninspiring careers to pursue their startup dreams. Khristian Gutierrez’s career journey has some of those elements—but not all. It’s why his evolution from Wall Street

GSIF

GSIF’s stock rising

Learning and real-world experience go hand in hand at the Gator Student Investment Fund (GSIF), a student-run investment portfolio operated by the Master of Science in Finance (The William R. Hough Program). “The purpose of the fund isn’t to make

Adam D’Augelli (BSBA ’09, MSF ’10) | March 2015

Adam (BSBA 2009, MSF 2010) was named to Forbes’ “2015 30 Under 30: Venture Capital” list. He is a Principal at True Ventures, a San Francisco-based firm that invests in early-stage technology companies. Prior to working at True Ventures, Adam

Jarrod Schilling (BSBA ’07, MSF ’08, MSE ’14) | October 2014

Jarrod (BSBA 2007, MSF 2008, MSE 2014), along with fellow MSE 2014 graduate, Samantha Rosenbaum, have launched a new wearable technology company, WOOband. WOOband is a stylish wristband that connects to any Bluetooth enabled phone. When the user becomes separated

Finance major wins $5,000 study abroad scholarship

Gainesville, Fla. – Gustavo Bartczak, a senior in the Warrington College of Business Administration, is the winner of a $5,000 Freeman-ASIA scholarship award. Gustavo, a Coral Springs resident, will use the prize this Fall semester to study in China at