Tell us about your career journey since you graduated from Glion and how it’s led you to your current position?
This is my first job after graduation from Glion. A career within finance felt like a natural choice for me, considering my general interest and the possibility to build upon my high school education in economics.
However, I did not have a predetermined plan on which path to take within the financial sector. I was aware of Glion’s good connections with companies in asset management, property valuation and the real estate sector; therefore, I always saw those as possible career paths. The specialization in Finance, in combination with my 5th semester internship, was what got me to focus on a job in M&A.
Describe your day-to-day responsibilities in your current role?
As an Investment Banking Analyst, I primarily focus on the M&A function within Capillar and also partly on the Equity Fund. The tasks are often related to business and financial analysis, industry research and valuation analysis. Additionally, I participate in all stages of a transaction, from pitching to closing a project.
Based on my general recruitment experience, I would advise current and future Glion students to utilize the extensive network that Glion gives access to.
What are some of the main things you learned at Glion which you use in your current role?
1. Knowing the numbers – primarily the quantitative skills provided by the Finance specialization, which gave me a solid foundation for this job position.
2. Support in my future career – the input from Glion’s career department provided good preparation for recruitment procedures.
3. Developing in class for my future
How has your membership of the Glion Alumni network helped you professionally?
The Alumni Association is a great support, so new graduates should not hesitate to contact other alumni working for an employer they find interesting.
“As an Investment Banking Analyst, I primarily focus on the M&A function within Capillar and partly on the Equity Fund. The tasks are often related to business and financial analysis, industry research and valuation analysis.”
What would be your career advice to current students and recent alumni of Glion?
Based on my general recruitment experience, I would advise current and future Glion students to make use of the extensive network that Glion gives you access to.
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