Citadel and Citadel Securities Coffee Chats for Sophomores, Juniors & Seniors

Sep 19, 2022, 10:00 am11:00 am
Event Description

Attend In-Person Coffee Chat with Citadel on September 19!

Meet with the representative at Citadel to learn more about their programs. To sign up for this coffee chat, please click on "Apply" now. Space is limited.Coffee chats will offer you an opportunity to meet with employers in one-on-one or a small group (typically up to 2-3 students per employer representative). You will be able to learn about their industries, organizations and career paths as well as receive career advice. Dress code for this coffee chat is casual. Since there is no selection process, resume is optional.

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Citadel is a global investment firm built around world-class talent, sound risk management, and innovative leading-edge technology. For thirty years, Citadel’s hedge funds have delivered meaningful and measurable results to top-tier investors around the world, including sovereign wealth funds, public institutions, corporate pensions, endowments and foundations.

Citadel Securities

Citadel Securities is an award-winning global market maker that helps meet the liquidity needs of asset managers, banks, broker-dealers, hedge funds, government agencies, and public pension programs. We offer a broad array of fixed income and equity products, utilizing a unique set of capabilities and tools designed to drive down the cost of transactions. We strive to provide the most efficient execution and highest caliber of client services, making markets more fair and accessible for all.

 This is aimed at all undergraduate students who are interested in Quantitative Research, Software Engineering, or Investment and Trading opportunities. 

Event Type
Information Session
Featured Event
Event Category
AAS Recommended Events


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