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UNC Finance Society

The UNC Finance Society (UFS) is a student-run organization at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill that aims to educate students on finance-related topics and facilitate strong internship recruiting placement. Specifically, UFS hosts nearly all corporate-related finance events on campus, conducts finance training presentations, and manages the finance listserv for UNC. Students must be members of UFS to attend these on-campus recruiting events or receive the UNC finance listserv. To join, please sign up and pay your semesterly dues here.

Additionally, UFS has 3 main subsidiary clubs, which operate independently but receive their funding from UFS. These clubs are as follows:

     1. UNC Portfolio Management Team - Highly selective student-run investment fund mainly geared towards                        underclassmen and helping them place into top internships. Manages ~$100k AUM.

     2. UNC Investment Banking Bootcamp - Intensive 10-12 week investment banking training program taught by   

     upperclassmen with top finance offers, which occurs during the fall semester. 

     3. UNC Reynolds Fund - Highly selective student-run investment fund mainly geared towards upperclassmen who 

     have secured their primary internship offers. Manages ~$600k AUM.

Join UFS

What Do You Gain By Joining?

1) Ability to attend all UFS-related on-campus recruiting events with companies, including Goldman Sachs, J.P. Morgan, etc. Confirmation of dues payment will be checked at the door at each event.

2) Access to the UNC finance listserv containing 10s of internship and job opportunities, alongside information regarding upcoming UFS events.

3) Access to the UFS GroupMe, where internship applications are sent the day they drop in order to make sure that you're up-to-date.

4) Ability to attend UFS finance recruiting presentations. Confirmation of dues payment will be checked at the door at each event.

Where Do We Work?

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Faculty Advisor

Chip Snively

Chip Snively is a Clinical Professor of Finance at UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School. He teaches courses in corporate finance, investments, project management, applied investment management and personal finance. Chip Snively is also the faculty sponsor for the UNC Finance Society and the MBA Investment Club, and serves as director of the Capital Markets Lab.

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