Bridging the investment management industry to higher education

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What We Do

What We Do

Research

Further faculty research and thought leadership in areas related to global investment management through supporting research projects, hosting industry roundtables and conferences and assisting with data acquisition.

 

Education

Provide experiential learning opportunities both in the U.S. and abroad - including custom courses such as Applied Investment Management (AIM) and Applied Private Equity Projects (APEP) in addition to the keystone Investment Management Leaders Program.

Partnerships

Leverage key partnerships among the college, the Notre Dame Investment Office and the University’s extensive alumni and friends network to enhance teaching and learning and to expand internship and career placement opportunities for students.

Highlights

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Notre Dame, Girls Who Invest partner to advance women in finance

The University recently welcomed 50 undergraduate women, including five Notre Dame women, to campus for an intensive investment management program focused on education, industry outreach, accessibility and career placement.

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Two Notre Dame Teams Finish in Top Ten at CQA Investment Challenge

On April 5th at their spring conference in Las Vegas, the Chicago Quantitative Alliance (CQA) announced that two Notre Dame teams placed in the top ten in their annual CQA Investment Challenge. Notre Dame Gold placed 3rd out of 47 teams. ND Gold was led by Sarah Graney and comprised of team members Lan Zhou, Ben Shepard, Noel Vincent, and Arianna Deshpande.…

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Students Discover Diversity Opportunities on Wall Street

On March 27, over 40 undergraduate students from various majors and backgrounds attended a “Diversity on Wall Street” student panel. The attendees had the chance to hear from six student panelists involved with the Notre Dame Institute for Global Investing (NDIGI), the Wall Street Club (WSC), the Student International Business Council (SIBC), the Investment Club, and multiple cultural clubs. These panelists answered questions about their experiences with diversity opportunities, career discernment, and diversifying Wall Street.…