Matheus Covre de Menzes, a Lancaster alumnus joined us last week to share his journey at JP Morgan, explaining how the finance industry has changed since 1973, and continued by giving advice to current students.
If you decide to pursue a financial career don’t be surprised. At university, you will be making 40+ applications in your first year and that’s just the easy part. After the first year, once you have mastered the technique of applications the numbers just go up. But let’s rewind, all the way back to my […]
A quality to have: determination. It all started in the second year of my Bachelor’s degree in Economics at the University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, when I founded a media named “Clic-Clac Media”. I was interested in writing and being part of a team in order to create synergies. For 3 years, I managed this […]
FOMC, Oil and a second wave Welcome to another blog update of the Weekly Overview series: In this week…, Latin America remains the Covid-19 pandemic hot spot. Brazil now reports more than 32,000 new cases daily. A second wave of cases in the states of Arizona, Texas, Florida and California, that were among the first […]
ECB, OPEC+ and Non-Farm Payrolls Brazil surpasses Italy as the country with the third most deaths in the world. New York City reports no confirmed fatalities for the first time since March as the U.S is all-in on reopening. The study that showed a malaria drug (hydroxychloroquine) raised the risk of heart side effects and […]
By Hugo Daugeron – Mijoin, from Finetudes In this blog entry, our society has the pleasure to publish an interesting study by Hugo Daugeron-Mijoin, an analyst from Finetudes, a think-tank LUIFS partners with. At the end of this post, you will find the link to the full article if you want to go through it […]