NSIT to Wall Street : Sakshi Tomar

NSIT to Wall Street : Sakshi Tomar

Sakshi Tomar ECE, Batch of 2012 MSc. Economics, London School of Economics Analyst, Royal Bank of Scotland   Sakshi Tomar, NSIT alumna of Batch of 2012, shares her experience as an Analyst at the Royal Bank of Scotland in London and about her time at LSE.   You have been an ECE student at NSIT. When did you realize that Finance/Economics is your calling? ECE was not something that interested me from the start. I…

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NSIT to Wall Street : Manav Gupta

NSIT to Wall Street : Manav Gupta

Manav Gupta Vice President – Research, Integrated Oil and Gas, Morgan Stanley MBA – Finance, Rice University Energy Finance is a niche sector in the Finance world and not many of us know about it, here at NSIT. Manav Gupta, an NSIT alumnus, gives us insights into this fascinating sector, the role of a Vice President (Research) at Morgan Stanley and an MBA from Rice University, among other things. Why did you choose Rice University…

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NSIT to Wall Street : Esha Puri

NSIT to Wall Street : Esha Puri

Esha Puri MPAE, Batch of 2013 IIM Kozhikode, Summer Intern at Deutsche Bank In this interview of the NSIT to Wall Street series, we talk to Esha Puri who gives us insights into the life at IIM Kozhikode, the procedure of securing a summer internship at Deutsche Bank, a typical work day in DB and much more.   What according to you is the reason for the trend of people completing their graduate studies in…

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NSIT to Wall Street: Prashanti Uppulari

NSIT to Wall Street: Prashanti Uppulari

Prashanti Uppulari Nomura Holdings – Mumbai Associate, Private Financing ICE Batch of 2011 Nomura Holdings, has been one of the most coveted non-core companies in the placement season. A Japan based Investment Bank, Nomura acquired Lehmann Brothers’ Asia operations post its collapse in the financial crisis of 2008. Let’s find out more about Nomura from Prashanti Uppulari. 1. Please tell us more about your role and teams you had worked with at Nomura. What was your work at Nomura…

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NSIT to Wall Street: Pranjal Malav

NSIT to Wall Street: Pranjal Malav

Pranjal Malav Masters in Finance, Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) BioTechnology Batch of 2014 1. How is a Masters in Finance (MSF) different from MBA in Finance/Masters in Financial Engineering? A. I’ll start with some explanation of basic finance. Finance can be broadly classified into quantitative and qualitative categories. Quantitative finance comprises of model building, portfolio optimization & programming. Qualitative finance is related to investment banking, corporate finance & equity evaluation. MSF covers both aspects…

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