FINANCIAL INDUSTRY NETWORK IN

SINGAPORE

FINETSG

Tuesday, 5 September 2006

 

THE GRADUATE AND STUDENT DIVISION (FINETGS)

Certain professional bodies have a graduate and student charter. In line with this practice, FINetSG has thus created the Graduate and Student division (FINetGS).

 

Why Join Us?

The aim of this division is to prepare students and graduates, who are not eligible for practitioner membership for a career in the financial industry in Singapore.

 

Benefits

         Events e.g. seminars

         Information e.g. career

         And much more

 

Eligibility

1.      Those with no financial industry experience Students/Recent graduates from NUS/NTU/SIM/SMU/other universities.

2.      Those who hold/held non-executive positions (e.g. Diploma level officers) in the financial industry.

 

Those in the following disciplines are usually sought after by financial institutions:

Commercial

         Accountancy

         Business

         Economics

         Law

         Marketing

Technical

         Information Technology / Electronics Engineering

         Mathematics / Statistics / Engineering (Others) / Other quantitative disciplines

 

How To Join Us?

To join, send a blank email to FINetGS-subscribe@yahoogroups.com

NB: After you have sent the email, Yahoo Groups will reply immediately with an email containing instructions on how to complete the membership application.

 

CONTACT GRADUATE AND STUDENT DIVISION (FINETGS)

Home page

http://finet.sg-e.biz

Yahoo Group

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/FINetGS

To join us

FINetGS-subscribe@yahoogroups.com

Post message

FINetGS@yahoogroups.com

Unsubscribe

FINetGS-unsubscribe@yahoogroups.com

Group owner

FINetSG-owner@yahoogroups.com

 

 

STUDENT AND GRADUATE GROUPS

Nanyang Technological University

- Investment Interactive Club (NTU-IIC)

- MSc (Financial Engineering) Alumni

National University of Singapore

- Banking and Finance Club (BizAd)

- NUS Alumni Banking eGroup

SIM University - BSc in Financial Services & Associateship

 

*SIM: Formerly Singapore Institute of Management

 

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