FINANCIAL & VALUATION MODELING SEMINARS at DEPAUL UNIVERSITY – February 16th & 17th, 2018
Attention to all students pursuing investment banking, private equity, portfolio management, business and corporate development, capital markets, equity & credit research, and industry corporate finance careers:
The Kellstadt Career Management Center will be hosting Wall Street Prep's Financial and Valuation Modeling seminar series at DePaul University on the weekend of February 16th and 17th. Full details about this event can be found at: www.wallstreetprep.com/seminars/depaul-university-021618/
Day 1 – Friday, February 16 (9am-5pm): Mergers & Acquisitions Modeling
Day 2 – Saturday, February 17 (9am-5pm): Leveraged Buyout (LBO) Modeling
Complimentary 12-month online access to Trading & Transaction Comparables Modeling self-study online modules
*Note: Students will receive Certification upon successful completion of online-based test anytime within 12 months of seminar attendance
WHAT PREVIOUS WSP SEMINAR PARTICIPANTS ARE SAYING
\t99% of previous WSP seminar participants would recommend our seminar to others
\t81% found our seminar highly relevant to their professional goals
\t76% believe the seminar significantly improved their performance and confidence during the recruiting process.
\t79% felt more confident during the technical aspect of finance interviews due to the seminar.
WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND THESE SEMINARS?
\tThe seminar enrollment fee represents over 80% educational discount relative to WSP’s corporate training fees
\tStrong resume coverage to help you during this challenging recruiting season
\tExtensive prep materials to ace technical finance questions during interviews
\tObtain practical financial skill set needed to excel as an Analyst/Associate on the job
HOW TO REGISTER
Option 1 –weekend 2 seminar only
$199 for each weekend, which also includes lifetime post-seminar online access to:
• E-mailed based Support Team
• Crash Course in Excel
QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS?
Feel free to contact Matt Blair at email@example.com
Friday, February 16 at 9:00am to 5:00pm