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MFin webinar – careers service

13:00 - 14:00

Cambridge Master of Finance Careers and Business Development lead for an information session where you will hear a detailed outline of our careers service and see how the Cambridge MFin programme could help you get from A to B in your finance career.

This brief presentation will be followed by a Q&A session with the attendees, where you will be invited to ask your questions directly. (more…)


Online alumni event: Energy and Sustainability Alumni special interest group launch

13:00 - 15:00

We are delighted to invite you to join Tadashi Kubo (MBA 2017), Joy Mtanious (MBA 2017), and Thales de Paula (MBA 2017) for the launch of the new Energy and Sustainability Alumni special interest group (SIG).

The keynote speech will be delivered by Professor Michael Pollitt, Professor of Business Economics. There will also be a panel discussion, startup pitches and the opportunity to network with your fellow alumni in the energy sector. (more…)

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MBA webinar – Women’s experiences at CJBS

13:00 - 14:00

Cambridge Judge Business School (CJBS) supports an active and engaged female community of future business leaders. What does the Cambridge MBA offer for female candidates?

Meet our current Forté scholars Rachel Baxter, Yinshan Loh, Sarah Sketchley, plus 2018 scholar Natalia Dziergwa, for a live interactive Q&A chat. They’ll be discussing their professional backgrounds and how the Business School and Cambridge MBA impacts our female students.



Online Seminar – Where Has All the Data Gone?

13:00 - 14:00

Laura Veldkamp, Professor of Finance, Columbia University’s Graduate School of Business

As financial technology improves and data becomes more abundant, do market prices reflect this data growth? While recent studies documented rises in the information content of prices, we show that, across asset types, there is data divergence. Large, growth stock prices increasingly reflect information about future firm earnings. This is the rise reflected in the previous studies. But over the same time period, the information content of small and value firm prices was flat or declining. Our structural estimation allows us to disentangle these informational trends from changing asset characteristics. These facts pose a new puzzle: Amidst the explosion of data processing, why has this data informed only the prices of a subset of firms, instead of benefiting the market as a whole? Our structural model offers a potential answer: Large growth firms’ data grew in value, as big firms got bigger and growth magnified the effect of these changes in size.



Master of Accounting webinar – CFO Preparation with Alexi Wellman and Steve Voskuil

19:00 - 20:15

The Cambridge Master of Accounting degree programme is designed to bridge students to global leadership roles in accounting, finance, and related fields.

To support this, the faculty are pleased to host our curriculum advisors Alexi Wellman, CFO of Altaba and former Global Controller at Yahoo, and Steve Voskuil, CFO of the Hershey Company and former CFO of Kimberley-Clark International, for a moderated discussion of how professionals might successfully navigate their careers towards a Chief Financial Officer role.

The discussion should provide insights about the skills needed, in today’s volatile business climate, to engage as a publicly-traded corporate CFO.