DE Shaw cover letter

DE Shaw cover letter - up in the financial industry With an...

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16112 Cascadilla Hall Ithaca, NY 14853 607-240-1677 [email protected] January 25, 2009 University Recruitment The D.E. Shaw Group 120 West 45th Street 39th Floor, Tower 45 New York, New York 10036 Dear University Recruiter, Having successfully participated and excelled in all my previous positions with work and extracurricular activities and with a profound interest in asset management and finance, I am an ideal candidate for the Finance and Operations Intern position. My interest in finance stemmed from my involvement with the Cornell Investing Club, in which members learned the workings of the market by maintaining a portfolio, presenting stock pitches, and learning financial terms. I am confident this knowledge and experience compounded with my rigorous coursework in engineering, economics and financial accounting would provide a leg
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Unformatted text preview: up in the financial industry. With an engineering background, I would gladly welcome the opportunity to work with D.E. Shaws leading financial technologies and models. Even though I do not have much experience in this field, as a desk clerk at the Endwell Motel, I designed and implemented a useful program to store customer information, and was thus promoted to an assistant manager. With many companies cutting back on employment during this rough economic stretch, I am excited to see D.E. Shaw continuing to expand. I would be thrilled with the opportunity to contribute to your organizations growing success. I look forward to hearing from you. Cordially, Jim Paochun Liu Current GPA: 3.21 SAT: Math 800, Verbal 690, Writing 660...
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This note was uploaded on 04/28/2009 for the course 1920 1920 taught by Professor Connelly during the Fall '10 term at Cornell.

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