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Clubs and Societies
Digest E6 - Read now!
Edition 6 of the CAINZ Digest is out! Please direct all Digest questions to Niresh Dravin, Director of Research at email@example.com
CAINZ Weekly Market Review
Tuesdays from 5:30-6pm at Room 4.023, Level 4 of The Spot
Update yourselves with the latest market news for the week. All CAINZ members are welcome to attend our discussions on the biggest topics dominating the financial markets. Listen in and contribute!
Technical Analysis Workshop Series
Wednesdays from 20th March, 5:30 – 6:30pm at 207 Bouverie Street, Room B117
What is Technical Analysis? It is the process of projecting future stock price movements, through the analysis of historical price charts. Our series on Technical Analysis, conducted by Math student, seasoned Trader and CAINZ committee member, Lennard Iosif. He is running a series of workshops throughout the semester covering the basics of this key trading skill.
Recruitment – New Positions Available!
Thank you all those that have applied for the positions posted. We will be in contact with those who have been selected for an interview. We also have new positions for the CAINZ team. Please do send in your CV and Cover letter to HR@whatiscainz.com
Head of Publication
The Head of Publication will oversee the day to day running of all CAINZ Publications, in particular the publication of the CAINZ Digest, the only weekly student-run publication in the Faculty of Business and Economics, whilst working closely with the Director of Research, the editing team and the writers as well. We are seeking a motivated and committed individual with a close attention to detail who operates well under stress and can manage deadlines well. Ideally, you will have written for the CAINZ Digest before and know what it is all about. To apply, please email your cover letter and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us for further information.
Events Support assists the Head of Events in the planning and execution of the many events that CAINZ organizes throughout the year. Events Support is key to ensuring the success of CAINZ events, and we seek an enthusiastic, responsible and positive individual to be a part of this exciting team.
Student Entrepreneurs is now offering you an exclusive opportunity of joining our “Start-up Venture Program” - a 10 week program that teaches and guides you on how to get your business up and running form the get-go. The program will comprise of 5 stages which include professional mentoring, guest speakers, workshops, drop-in sessions, competitions and more held throughout the program in order to help you develop and improve your start-up.
Lets celebrate the incredible semester CAINZ have had so far at the beautiful Marriott Hotel – Yarra Suite. It’ll be a great time to mix and mingle with fellow members, the CAINZ Committee, University Academics and Industry Representatives from firms including PwC, Towers Watson, CFA society of Melbourne, Evans & Partners.
Date: Thursday 23 May, 2013
Time: 6pm – 8.30pm
Venue: Theatre 2, 207 Bouverie Street (short walk from the Spot)
Dress Code: Smart/Casual
RSVP to email@example.com
The forum has a panel format with representatives from Credit Suisse, UBS, Goldman Sachs and Citi to guide you through the application process, including CV and cover letter writing, aptitude testing, technical/fit questions, interview etiquettes and assessment centres.
Date: Thursday 16 May, 2013
Time: From 5:15pm
Venue: Multifunction Room – Level 1, The Spot Building
Teams may be formed with 6-8 people. Feel free to come along on the night to meet new people and arrange teams! Non-members will be able to register on the day of the event. General membership is $5.
To register a team, email the names of all participating group members and your team name to: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more details, check out our:
Facebook Page: 85 Broads Melbourne (http://www.facebook.com/85Broads.MelbourneUniversity)
Hope to see you there!
Research students – submit your research article to Traffic 13 ‘Refresh: Revisit, Revive, Revolt’ and be in the running for a $1000 prize, as well as picking up a refereed journal publication to add to your CV.
Traffic is a refereed interdisciplinary postgraduate journal published by the University of Melbourne Graduate Student Association (GSA). The journal aims to showcase the best of The University of Melbourne’s postgraduate community research, and to provide a forum for graduate students to present their work in an engaging and interesting style to a broader audience beyond their departmental peers.
Submissions close 31 May 2013.
Congratulations to MBS from GSA on the launch of your new weekly student newsletter!
Everyone involved in CAINZ is invited to our End of Semester Function, to celebrate yet another successful semester. It’ll be a great time to mix and mingle with fellow members, the committee, university academics, and industry representatives from firms including PwC, Towers Watson, The CFA Society of Melbourne and Evans & Partners. The event is fully catered, and promises to be a fantastic night.