Goldman Sachs On Campus Event

BACKSTAGE PASS:

CREATING CONNECTIONS IN FINANCE with Goldman Sachs

Friday, October 24 from 11:00am – 12:00pm (Thomas Hall, Quita Woodward Room)

Bryn Mawr Students Register here:  https://brynmawr.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_3wL5qB2MAoDNXH7

 

Explore traditional and alternative paths at Goldman Sachs with Edina Jung (BMC ’94) and Jamie Higgins (BMC ’98), learn about internship & full-time opportunities, and more.

 

Edina Jung (Mathematics ’94)

Edina is global head of Benefits and Wellness and head of Global Mobility Services in the Human Capital Management (HCM) Division. She is the MD sponsor for the HCM Asian Professionals Network and serves as a member of the Firmwide Asian Professionals Network Steering Committee. Edina is also a member of the Retirement Committee for the firm’s US retirement plans. Prior to assuming her current role, Edina was head of Employee Special Investments and co-head of Global Benefits and Wellness. Earlier in her career, she was head of US Benefits. Edina joined Goldman Sachs in 2000 and was named managing director in 2011. Prior to joining the firm, Edina worked at ACS (formerly PricewaterhouseCoopers) in benefits administration. Edina earned a BA in Economics from Bryn Mawr College, where she serves on the President’s Advisory Council. Edina and her husband have a daughter and live in Montclair, New Jersey.

 

Jamie Higgins (Mathematics ’98)

Jamie manages the US Supply team within the Global Securities Services (GSS) Securities Lending Group, which she joined in 2007. Prior to that, she co-managed the Corporate Repo Securities Lending team from 2006 to 2007. Earlier in her career, Jamie worked on the Securities Lending Demand team covering hedge fund clients. She joined Goldman Sachs in 1998 as an analyst and was named managing director in 2012. Jamie earned a BA in Mathematics from Bryn Mawr College in 1998.

NYC Women in Business Networking Event

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In collaboration with Pershing Square Capital Management,OIG is proudly presenting our 2014 NYC Women in Business Networking Event  on Friday, October 31st. We will have a firm visit to Pershing Square in New York City with invited businesswomen speakers (details are listed below), anda following cocktail event with alum Alexandra Kaufmann. This is a great opportunity to learn more about the finance industry and network with alumnae and career professionals!
List of Speakers:
Alexandra Kaufmann ’04 – Investor Relations, Pershing Square
Ashling Keenan ’04 – Point72
Nathalie Schallock – Hedge Fund Marketer
Jennifer Rusk ’05 – SignPost
Ayesha Gopal ’05 – RBC Equity Research
Sarah Judd Welch – Founder of Loyal
Marianne Bellotti – CTO & Founder of Thicket

Deepthi Welaratna – Founder of Thicket
Kristin Kraemer – Goldman Sachs Cap Intro
Mamta Jalan – Fund of Funds Analyst, Archstone
Wendy Li – Analyst, UJA Endowment
Lydia Thew – Senior Producer, CNBC
Marianne Bellotti – CTO & Founder of Exversion

Please SIGN UP using the following link: Sign up linkDeadline is October 22nd. Note that registration means your commitment to the event, and there will be a mandatory meeting next week for the attendees.

General Meeting (10/08/2014)

Market Updates

  • Hewlett- Packard split into 2 different smaller companies. Lots of big tech companies are trying to split into small ones (eBay/ PayPal; EMC/ VMware). Main reason is to narrow down their focuses.
  • Go pro Camera gifted 5.8 million toward charitable organization during lock up period.
  • Chinese Insurer, Anbang Insurance Group, buys Waldorf Astoria for a Record $1.95B

 

Stock Pitch

 

AerCap Holdings N.V. (AER)

  • Aviation company that engages in the leasing, financing, trading, sales and management of commercial aircraft and engines.
  • December 16, 2013 announced the acquisition of ILFC from AIG.

Airline Leasing Industry

  • Over a third of the world’s airline fleet is now rented and the proportion is likely to keep growing
  • Many leasing companies also offer maintenance for the airlines at an additional cost.

Acquisition

  • The combined company will be the largest global franchise in the aircraft leasing industry.
  • Combined fleet of 1,329 aircraft and an order book for an additional 385.
  • Will allow for cost savings and operating efficiencies.
  • Lower tax expense.
  • Future profits and synergies are expected to reduce its leverage meaningfully over the following four to five years.

Revenue

  • Lease rental revenue:
  • Asia/Pacific/Russia 32%
  • North America 18%
  • Latin America 11%
  • Africa/Middle East 4%
  • Europe 35%

Recent Activity

  • Sold $2 billion worth of planes since December.
  • Well ahead of its disposal target averaging $1 billion a year.
  • Expected to meet a target of reaching a debt-to-equity ratio of around 3-to-1 by the end of next year.
  • Secured operators for 90% of the planes due for delivery by the end of 2016.

Risks

  • Interest Rates
  • Emerging Markets
  • Defaults
  • Continued Demand from Airlines

 

Recommendation

  • Buy
  • Asses the result of earnings report in November
  • Hold through end of December

 

Guest Speaker Event

OIG is hosting a discussion session with invited guest speaker Ted Zobian from Morgan Stanley on October 24th @ 3pm, Haffner Dorothy Vernon Room . We welcome everyone interested to join us!

Ted Zobian is the assistant vice president of Morgan Stanley Private Wealth Management. He will briefly share his career path and introduce what is wealth management. Then we will open it up to a Q&A session. Don’t miss out this great opportunity!

Morgan Stanley 1

 

General Meeting(10/1/2014)

Market update:

  • -JP Morgan losses ruling in the lawsuit. They are facing a 13 billion settlement.
  • Mortgage loan rates fell last week. However, the demand for home loan is still muted.

 

Guest speaker Ivy Gluck:

Ivy works as an equity analyst at Brandywine Global Investment Management after her summer internship with the company.  She graduated from Bryn Mawr College in 2014 as a math major and Philosophy minor. She was also part of portfolio management team in OIG

About Brandywine Global Investment Management:

“Brandywine Global Investment Management offers a broad array of fixed income, equity, alternatives, and asset allocation strategies that seek value across global markets.”

know more about the firm:

http://www.brandywineglobal.com/Index.cfm?Page=About%20Us&Content=Our%20Firm

 

Key tips to Bryn Mawr Student:

  • Asking smart questions. Constantly questioning things.
  • Be a good team member.
  • Good reading and writing skill

Job responsibilities:

  • Market update through Wall Street Journal
  • Company research- being aware of anything new happens in these companies in their portfolio.
  • Stock research: Value investing is to seek stocks with low popularity but worth investing.
    • “Fear when everyone is excited and excited when everyone fear”
    • PE multiple (price over earning) analysis.
    • balance sheet analysis
    • Is there a reason that this company is trading very low?
    • What is this company do? What is the company’s competitive position? What is its biggest risk?

Tips for internship search:

  • Network through career office, lantern link, Haverford network and Linked in

General Meeting(09/24/2014)

Market Update:

  • New home sales surged 18% in August.
  • Sales of previously owned house falling. Therefore, investors pull back.
  • The Fed on track to begin tightening its monetary policy. Investors expect interest rates to rise sometime next year.
  • Apple introduces iPhone 6 and 6 plus. Over the first weekend, 10 million of new Iphones were sold.
  • Alibaba, China-based Internet-based e-commerce business, goes public and it is the biggest IPO ever. Investors started buying Yahoo because it was big stakeholder of Alibaba prior the IPO. After IPO, investors dumped Yahoo! However, we will still pay more attention on Yahoo because they are expected to benefit a lot from Alibaba’s IPO as its big stakeholder.
  • For more information about Alibaba’s IPO:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y_9AHpoT1q

http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=3000312172#.

 

Portfolio Introduction:

  • Portfolio structure this year:

-Energy/utility
-Financial services
-Consumer goods
-Consumer Goods/ Products/Fashion
-Pharmaceuticals/Healthcare
-Technology(telecom)

 

Introduction to Investment

  • Investment Industry Overview

-Venture Capital
-Equity/Debt (stocks/bonds)
-Private Equity

  • Types of Analysis

-Fundamental
-Technical
-Top Down
-Bottom Up

Portfolio Managment Committee Meeting Open for General Members

Portfolio Management Committee invites OIG members to join the Committee meeting on Wednesdays, 8-9 pm. We hope to engage members who want to learn more about research process and be more involved in decision making for OIG’s portfolio. You could do research in advance and participate actively, or listen and observe. On the following Wednesday’s general meeting, you will give a short presentation or lead a discussion about reflection from your participation in the Committee meeting.

We are able to have up to two general members in each meeting and availability is on first-come-first-served basis, but priority is given to members who are active in general meetings. Sign up takes place in person with Portfolio Manager during Wednesday 9-10pm general meetings. You can sign up at least one week in advance.

OIG wants to see more stock pitches from general members and we appreciate your input for our portfolio building. Please join us!
If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at ywen@brynmawr.edu .

 

 

Sign up for Barclays Site Visit


Date: Friday, October 17, 2014
Event Start Time: TBD
Duration: 3-4 hours
Location: New York City (near Times Square)

(Application due Sep. 29th)

The BiCo Finance Club is planning on having our fall semester site visit to Barclays in NYC. The event will be held on Friday, October 17th (during fall break) and last approximately 3-4 hours in length.

During the event there will be an alumni panel present to discuss various aspects of the company. They will also be available to answer any questions you may have.

This is a great opportunity to connect and network with alumni in addition to learning more about careers in the financial industry. In the past, our members have gained tremendously from site visits such as these. We highly encourage you to attend this event!

In order to guarantee your spot, please complete the following items by September 29, 2014:

2) If you are a current Sophomore, Junior, or Senior, please also send your resume to info@bicofinance.org. (Freshmen are highly encouraged as well)

Annual Summer Internship Panel

Bryn Mawr Owl Investment Group starts its first meeting by Annual Summer Internship Panel on 9/17/2014.

Panelists list is as follows:

• Carmen Lai ( International Studies Major, Class of 2015, BMC):
- JP Morgan Chase in Newark, DE
- Corporate and Investment Banking: Financial Control

• Aly Walsh (East Asian Studies & Economics Minor, Class of 2015, BMC):
- JP Morgan Chase in Newark, DE
- Corporate and Investment Banking: Financial Control Project Team Intern

• Ziye Lin (Mathematics Major, Class of 2016, BMC ):
- XL Group in Exton, PA
- Actuarial Intern, Specialty Line

• Tom Yi (Mathematics & Economics Major, Class of 2015, HC) :
- Richmond Hill Investment Co. in NYC
- Summer Analyst, Value-investing hedge fund

• Laura James (Sociology Major, Class of 2015, BMC) :
- The Trivedi’s Congress Campaign for Pennsylvania’s 6th congressional district
- Finance Intern


Each of the panelist shared his or her experience about their internship this past summer. They started by talking about their general experience- what did they do and what is the industry look like. Then they also shared about how they got their internships, their ups and downs during the internship, advantages and disadvantages of coming from an liberal art college. In the end, they gave us their best advice:

-Learn some excel skill. Excel has been used a lot in business related industries

-Ready to take challenge. Those internships are very challenging for students.

-Think step by step logically , rationally and think ahead

-Talk to alumnae. They are the best resource for whatever you want to learn about the industry.

-Know your selling point. Your selling point is going to help you get your dream internship

-Willing to learn. You will learn a lot in an internship.

-Show your interest. People love to work with interns who love their jobs

-Ask questions. Ask for anything you don’t understand and the reason for specific tasks

-Be a quick learner. You need to try your best to learn a lot and fast during your internship.

Many of the students stayed to talk to the panelists after the panel was over and we learned a lot from them. We would like to thank all of the panelist for coming and taking their precious time to talk to OIG members.

 

International Skype Series: Danny Tang | September 23, 9 PM @Campus Center 200

Join us for the International Skype Series event to get more information about the finance industry and career choices.

Danny Tang ‘97, Mathematics & Economics, Vice President – China Development Bank (China) kicks off LILAC’s International Skype Series next Tuesday at 9:00PM!

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Registration Link:https://brynmawr.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_8pPmoKDHFCHhDqR

What is the International Skype Series (ISS)?  The International Skype Series (ISS) provides students with an opportunity to have informal conversation with women and men (usually alumnae) about their career path and about connections between their post-graduation life and work and their undergraduate experiences at Bryn Mawr.  This program was launched last year as a pilot and this year there is one alumnae participating in the program a month.  The focus of this series is connecting students with alumnae who have some connection to international experiences.  This could be a domestic student who decided to go work abroad, an international student who stayed to work in the US, or an international student who is working internationally.