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FINNECT Networking

  • Largest Peer Networking Platform for current IBD/PE professionals & students in finance & investing careers

  • Bi-weekly 1-on-1 meetings with another high-performing peer, chosen based on your criteria / preferences

  • For current IBD & PE Analysts: Connect with your peers from other banks & funds and build your network

  • For current undergrads: Connect with peers in your class heading to similar careers & firms

  • Invite-only Phase


Quick Finnect Stats

  • Top 5 IBD Firms Represented (~50%):

    • Morgan Stanley (15%)

    • Goldman Sachs (12%)

    • JP Morgan (8%)

    • Bank of America Merrill Lynch (8%)

    • Credit Suisse (7%)

  • Top 5 Universities Represented (15+ Total Universities & 30+ Clubs):

    • Harvard (HIA, HFAC, Black Diamond Capital) 

    • Princeton (Tiger Investments, Tiger Capital)

    • Yale (YSIG, YIA)

    • UChicago (UIBG, Maroon Capital, UCPE)

    • Columbia (CFIG, Lion Fund)

What Members are Saying About Finnect

*Participant Survey (Rate 1-10)


How have your Finnect experience and quality of meetings been?


How good a fit are the matches made via the Finnect platform?


How has the process of scheduling meetings on Finnect been?


"I'd love to continue to participate in upcoming rounds of Finnect"


"Amazing; great fit and match, really valuable experience, and looking forward to more!"

Goldman | Harvard

"Finnect is an amazing way to meet new people with similar career interests, and learn about their stories, especially during these socially distant times"

Goldman | Yale

"Finnect has been a great way to connect with other exceptional people and share war stories with those with similar professional goals"

Morgan Stanley | Princeton

"Loved it! Great networking initiative. Really look forward to it each cycle! 

Goldman | Stanford

Firms Represented (Partial List)

Top 5 Firms Represented:

Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, JP Morgan, BAML, Credit Suisse

Participating Universities & Their Premier Finance / Investing Clubs

How Finnect Works


Fill out the FINNECT sign-up form telling us more about yourself and your career interests

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Biweekly, respond to an email letting us know if you want to make a new connection this coming cycle


Each cycle, be connected with a peer that shares similar career interests & goals from another firm or school for a 30-minute video call 

People you might meet on Finnect


Eric, Harvard

President, Harvard Investment Assoc.

Citigroup Investment Banking

Eric is a senior at Harvard, and an Econ & Applied Math major. Eric is the President of Harvard Investment Association and a Partner at Black Diamond Capital. His primary interests lie in investing, having experience working across the asset class, from growth capital to fund-of-funds and co-investment activity. This past summer, Eric worked as an investment banking analyst at Citigroup in New York. His outside interests include skiing, aviation, and piano.


Tim, Georgetown

Board, GU Student Invest. Fund

Goldman Sachs Investment Banking

Tim is a senior at Georgetown, majoring in Finance. On campus, he's involved in the GU Student Investment Fund, works with small companies and non-profits through Innovo Consulting, and helps tutor students through the business school's Peer Tutoring initiative. He interned this summer in Investment Banking at Goldman Sachs, in the Industrials group, where he'll be returning full-time. His interests include playing squash, watching The Office, and U.S. history. 

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Michael, Duke

President, Duke Investment Club

Morgan Stanley Investment Banking

Michael is an Economics & Statistics double major at Duke, with dual concentrations in finance and data science. On campus, he is Executive President of the Duke Investment Club and a Project Manager for the Duke Impact Investing Group. He will be heading to New York after graduation to work at Morgan Stanley in their Investment Banking division. His interests include hip-hop production, playing basketball, and investing in blue-chip art.


Andrew, Princeton

President, Tiger Capital Management 

Goldman Sachs Investment Banking

Andrew is a junior at Princeton, majoring in Economics with a minor in Finance. He is currently the CEO of Tiger Capital Management, whose mission is to provide Princeton undergrads with a practical investing experience through the pursuit of market-beating returns. Andrew has spent the past two summers interning at McKinsey & Company, and will spend next summer interning in the Investment Banking Division at Goldman Sachs. Andrew’s interests include sports, cars, reading, and listening to podcasts.

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Hannah, Duke

EVP, Duke Investment Club

Goldman Sachs Investment Banking

Hannah is a senior at Duke majoring in Economics with a Finance Concentration and is pursuing a Markets and Management Certificate. She's the Executive Vice President of Duke Investment Club and the President of Duke's chapter of She's the First. This summer, she interned in Investment Banking at Goldman Sachs in the Technology, Media, and Telecommunications (TMT) group based in San Francisco and will be returning full-time after graduation. She is also a member of the NCAA Women's Golf Team at Duke and enjoys cooking, exploring new restaurants, reading, and listening to podcasts in her free time. 


Cathy, Princeton

President Emeritus, Tiger Investments 

Goldman Sachs Investment Banking

Cathy is a senior at Princeton University, and the President Emeritus and Advisor to Tiger Investments, Princeton’s oldest student-run investing club, focusing on financial education and investment research.

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Frank, UChicago

VP, UChicago Maroon Capital

Morgan Stanley Investment Banking

Frank is a junior from China, majoring in Economics and Computer Science and minoring in Statistics. He is currently a Dougan Scholar as well as a member of the Financial Markets program. This past summer, he interned at Arena Investors, a New York-based credit and special situations hedge fund. Before that, he interned at firms such as SPDB International and CITIC Capital. His interests include the stock market, tech, soccer, traveling, and Asian food.

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Abir, UChicago

Board, UCIB & UCPE

JP Morgan Investment Banking

Abir is a junior Economics major with a minor in data science at the University of Chicago. He interned in Tech Investment Banking at JP Morgan. He loves to play golf and watch sports, especially the NBA & NFL

Other Perks

  • Exclusive first access to upcoming "Networking" sessions with PE, IB, HF, VC professionals

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