June 4, 2009 - Twenty Financial Management Association students recently went to New York for meetings with finance professionals and practitioners of major financial institutions. The California State University, Bakersfield students were thrilled to meet professionals from J.P. Morgan Chase Commercial and Investment Banking, Knight Securities, and the Federal Reserve Bank during their visit. During the five-day excursion, students toured trading floors, learned how to manage large portfolios and discussed the effects of the current economic climate on financial institutions from those working in the industry.
FMA is a campus group dedicated to bringing together the young minds of students who are majoring in business administration. FMA helps students succeed in the world of finance and give them a head start through seminars, lectures and forums to better understand and prepare for careers in finance.
CSUB students attending the trip were Rusty Lencioni, Carmen Ramos, Vincent Tsai, Reggie Gridiron, Albert Holguin, Matt Frank, Ross Hutton, Rony Mencia, Thomas Copeland, Gustavo Diazdeleon, Maria Ceja, Marina Rodriguez, Benessa Kouda, Estevan Schwartz, Polama Oocha, Kristy Diaz, Cynthia Lopez, Neeraj Rama, Crystal Mann, and Aaron Genter. Professor Mahdy F. Elhusseiny accompanied the students.
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