- Tae Kim, Class of 2019
Tae Kim is a junior pursuing a degree in Economics and Accounting. Tae is an Investment Banking Summer Analyst at UBS. This past summer, Tae worked as a Summer Analyst for JP Morgan in their Investment Banking division.
- Michael Chong, Class of 2020
Michael Chong is a sophomore pursuing a degree in Financial Mathematics and Statistics. Michael currently works as an Investment Banking Intern at Corner Capital Advisors. Michael’s on-campus activities include participating as an analyst in the Investment Advisory Committee. In his free time, Michael enjoys playing tennis, swimming and following financial markets.
- James Lee, Class of 2020
James Lee is currently a sophomore majoring in Economics and Accounting. James currently works as a Corporate Finance intern at Raytheon. Previously, James worked as an Investment Banking Intern at Commerce Capital Group. James's on-campus activities include working as a student assistant at the AS Food Bank. In his free time, James enjoys playing guitar, rock climbing, and following soccer.
- Kiana Razi, Class of 2020
Kiana Razi is currently a sophomore majoring in Economics and Accounting. Kiana currently works as an intern at Standish Management. She serves as the Portfolio Manager of the Macro Group for UCSB's Investment Advisory Committee, which invests $140,000 of UCSB's endowments towards various securities. In her free time Kiana enjoys swimming, watching basketball, and going on sunset walks.
About the Finance Connection
Founded by Ron Nussbaum, Shawn Alt, and Stephen Tang, the Finance Connection is the first and only finance organization at UCSB committed to educating students about careers on Wall Street and also connecting them with successful alumni. While they were all interested in pursuing a career in investment banking, the founders soon realized that they were facing an uphill battle as UCSB is not recruited by the major investment banks. While they were successful in ultimately landing jobs in the industry, they did so without the help and guidance of the school and had to rely on other available resources that many other schools have. Realizing this, the founders decided to lay the foundation for a successful group on campus and prepare the students for a career in finance.