Wharton Undergraduate Finance Club

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Description

The Wharton Undergraduate Finance Club (WUFC) offers a comprehensive destination for all students interested in finance. From learning to recruiting to networking, we are Wharton's most prominent and largest finance-focused club. WUFC is committed to promoting equal access to the finance industry, supporting all of its members in achieving their professional goals.

WUFC is composed of 7 committees. The following are descriptions of each of the committees that compose WUFC:

Corporate Relations Committee identifies, creates and sustains cordial relationships with Wharton Undergraduate Finance Club sponsors. We help our sponsors plan and facilitate campus visits and in the future firm visits. Corporate Relations is the link between the club and its sponsors. We seek to diversify and increase our sponsors' list with the aim of providing our colleagues with more access to the financial industry. Consequently, with more sponsors, we look forward to organizing and facilitating a Wharton Finance Conference like no other. We are in the process of organizing a miniature version of what is to come in the future.

Membership Committee focuses on building and solidifying long lasting relationships within the community. From planning social events to creating resume books, we aim to strengthen not only pre-professional networks, but also genuine connections. In the past, we have hosted finance events such as OCR workshops as well as bi-annual formals, holiday dinners, and general board meetings.

Investment Team offers an enriching program to deepen Wharton students' qualitative and quantitative financial skills. From learning valuation and financial modeling skills to other finance-related topics like derivatives and option pricing the Investment Team is a cornerstone of WUFC's education curriculum. Past projects have involved weekly market flashes, industry sector groups, and stock pitch presentations.

Marketing Committee is divided into three branches: Strategy & Research, Communications, and Design. S&R is in charge of analyzing data in regards to the Penn population and creating marketing strategies to attract and retain new members. Communications is in charge of executing the promotion of events and WUFC’s brand. Design works to create the designs for marketing materials (graphic design, video, or photography) for WUFC events and corporate sponsors. Overall, the marketing committee uses design and strategy to further WUFC’s mission of enhancing the financial knowledge and interest of our members.

Technology Committee aims to further students’ knowledge in both finance and technology. On top of learning how to create and manage this entire website, our committee takes on multiple projects related to finance. Previously, our committee members learned R, a coding language, and created a stock ticker and an automated DCF model. The Tech committee seeks individuals from diverse backgrounds hoping to learn more about the intersection of finance and technology/data.

Events Committee (Not accepting applications this semester) is committed to designing meaningful spaces for club members to interact with one another and to broaden their capacities regarding career and academic disciplines. We collaborate with other committees and clubs to organize and manage logistics for all events. In the 2019 term, we are aiming to implement new initiatives benefiting our committee members and for the Wharton community as a whole. In the past, these events have included educational speaker series, networking events with alumni, educational workshops, and more!

The Case Team (Open to All) is aimed at educating and preparing students who are interested in competing in case competitions. The meetings will be centered around developing crucial skills such as financial modeling and business strategy for the purpose of guiding students through stock pitches and cases. Through both a diverse and deep coverage of material, including industry analysis, financial statement analysis, and corporate valuation, members will gain skills to set them up for success in case competitions, recruiting, and upper-level business courses.​

FAQ

Question: Is this club strictly for Wharton students? - Anonymous
No. Any Penn student from any school can apply to any committee or to be a GBM
- Andres Garrido Soler
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Members


Adit Ghosh
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Adam Vukosa
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Andres Garrido Soler
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How to Get Involved

Join our listserv by emailing wufcconference@gmail.com with your email address, name, and school year.