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Finance & Alumni Event: 2018 April 20

05 March 2018

Dear alumni of the MSc Finance, MSc Ba Finance, or Finance students with the Drs title,

Hereby, you are invited to the first Finance & IFM Alumni Event! The event will take place on the 20th of April and is organized by Risk Financial Study Association together with the coordinators of the MSc Finance, MSc IFM and the Careers Company. The event will be the perfect opportunity to connect with alumni and students from both masters!

An interesting panel discussion on the following statement 'Banks are IT Conglomerates: study Finance/IFM or IT?' will take place. The event will close with a dinner reception.

15:30 Walk-in with Coffee and Tea

16:00 Panel Discussion on the statement Banks are IT Conglomerates. Study Finance/IFM or IT?'

18:00 Closing with a dinner reception.

You can sign up until Friday the 6th of April. The event is free of charge using the following link:

https://riskgroningen.nl/home/events/risk-events/52-finance-ifm-alumni-event

On behalf of the MSc Finance, Auke Plantinga

Last modified:05 March 2018 2.46 p.m.

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