Worth the Risk: Treasury and Risk Management at Goldman Sachs

Thursday, June 23 at 4:00pm to 5:30pm

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Virtual Event

At Goldman Sachs, we believe who you are makes you better at what you do. We seek out people with all types of skills, interests and experiences. So whether you've been trading penny stocks since the eighth grade or have never imagine a career in finance, there's a place for you here. For us, it's all about bringing together people who are curious, collaborative and have the drive to make things possible for our clients and communities. This session will include Treasury and Risk divisions. - The Risk Division identifies, anticipates, measures and mitigates the diverse array of risks that the firm faces in serving clients and operating its global businesses. - Treasury manages the firm’s balance sheet and capital to maximize income and return on equity. Overall, these divisions focus on analyzing and protecting the firm’s assets. The goal of this event is for participants to learn about each division, identify transferrable skills and their areas of interest. Students will be able to network and ask professionals questions in breakout rooms. Do you consider yourself detail-oriented and up for a challenge? If so, this may be the session for you!

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Event Type

Lecture / Talk / Workshop, Careers

Audience

Students

Campus

University Park Campus

Tags

welcometousc, hiresc

Department
Career Center
Hashtag

#welcometousc

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