Investment Banking Network

Investment Management Workshop

Investment management includes security research, sales, and trading. These positions are provided by investment banks to assist those individuals managing money in their security selection and to lower trading costs. In addition, research and trading positions are available directly with money mangers. Students interested in these positions must have a passion for the capital markets.

The application is available below, and the application process is outlined as follows:

Complete the attached application and submit to Professor Jennings by the due date on the application along with a professional resume.  Prof. Jennings will conduct interviews in April and notify of the decision on their acceptance into the Workshop before classes conclude for the spring semester.

I will impose standards very similar to those imposed by the investment banking portion of the Investment Banking and Capital Markets Workshop as outlined on the website.

The formal meetings of the investment management portion of the Workshop will be held Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays during the first seven weeks of the Fall semester from 4:00pm to 6:00pm and some Friday afternoons.  You must be sure to arrange a class schedule to leave you free during these times.

If you have questions, please contact Robert Jennings via email, phone at (812) 855-2696, or in his office (BU 476).

Thomas Cole   |   Managing Director Leveraged Finance Citigroup   |   Kelley School Graduate '83

“ Having now worked as a Managing Director with multiple investment banks, including HSBC, Deutsche Bank, Continental Bank & Trust, and now at Citigroup, I have had the opportunity to compare Kelley School undergraduates against students from other fine universities working at multiple firms. The skills students develop in the Investment Banking Network at the Kelley School are second to none, and the performance of these young professionals is most often higher than their peer group. In addition to Kelley School student's competitive drive for success, their mid-western work ethic set them apart from students and young professionals from other universities. ”

Kelley School of Business