Parker Center for Investment Research

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Johnson’s Parker Center for Investment Research celebrates 20 years

The Parker Center’s 20th anniversary celebration brought together more than 120 members of the Johnson community Oct. 25 in Manhattan.

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Recapping the Undergraduate Stock Pitch Challenge

Sameer, a junior at Cornell, recounts his experiences at the 8th annual Undergraduate Stock Pitch Challenge hosted by Johnson’s Parker Center.

Investment Portfolio Case Competition
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Taking home top honors at the Cornell Investment Portfolio Case Competition

Lindsey Staley, Two-Year MBA ’19, recounts her experience winning the top prize at in the Cornell Investment Portfolio Case Competition, from first applying to heading to Cornell Tech in NYC and presenting in front of the judges.

Women on Wall Street: Charged for Success

Women on Wall Street: Charged for Success

To make it on Wall Street, a woman needs stellar skills in finance and investing plus the mettle and stamina to excel in a world dominated by men.

Photo of Ramona Persaud, 2017 MBA Women in Investing Conference speaker, with attendee Nicole Phang, MBA ’19.
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MBA Women in Investing: Ramona Persaud discusses uncertainty, change, and career success

For Ramona Persaud, a speaker at the MBA Women in Investing Conference, constant change and uncertainty growing up helped propel her to career success.

Winners of the 2017 Stock Pitch Challenge: Mark Krutty, MBA ’19; Shashank Manchanda, MBA ’19; and me, Abdullah Al-Rezwan, MBA ’19
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Bringing the Stock Pitch Challenge trophy home

This year, my team and I are absolutely thrilled to bring home the Jack M. Ferraro Trophy. We are elated and overwhelmed to represent Johnson.

Parker Center hosts 2nd Undergraduate Women in Investing Conference
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Undergraduate Women in Investing Conference, two years and counting

Fifty-three undergraduate women from 12 colleges attended the second Cornell Undergraduate Women in Investing (WIN) Conference.