Marian Nasdaq2013-2014 Fund CIO, Marian Rough, featured on the Nasdaq display in New York City.Are you interested in getting involved with the Green and Gold Fund? If so, there are multiple opportunities for you. The Fund consists of four executive officers and nine portfolio managers, each of which are paid a stipend. Before you get to those positions, we'd like you to equip you with the experience you need so we require begin your first year in the Fund as an Industry Analyst. Learn a little more about all of our positions below.



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Executive OfficerPortfolio ManagerIndustry Analyst


Chief Investment Officer

Responsibilities

Plans, directs and manages all aspects of the Fund. Oversees the research, selection and performance of all Fund investments and ensures that all investments are aligned with the Fund's Investment Policy Statement. Ensures that all Fund members are performing their required responsibilities. Prepares oral and written reports to the Fund and its stakeholders, including annual and quarterly reports. 

Qualifications

The qualified student must:
  • Hold the position of Portfolio Manager in the Fund for at least one semester
  • Successful completion of FN 310, FN 350 and FN 351, or MBA 622 and MBA 626, with a grade of “B” or better in each class 

Compensation

Contingent upon the availability of funds and satisfactory performance, the CIO will receive:

  • A travel stipend to visit the financial district of New York City and attend the Quinnipiac G.A.M.E. Forum. The Forum brings together over 1,400 students across the nation to attend workshops and presentations lead by the most influential financial leaders in the world. (subject to budget availability)


Chief Economist

Responsibilities

Researches, communicates and summarizes the status of current economic data and economic indicators. Provides guidance to Fund about the state of the economy, monetary policy, and the U.S. Federal Reserve Board. Prepares oral and written reports to the Fund and its stakeholders, including annual and quarterly reports.

Qualifications

The qualified student must:
  • Successful completion of EC 210 and EC 211, or MBA 640 and MBA 641, with a grade of “B” or better in each class

Compensation

Contingent upon the availability of funds and satisfactory performance, the Chief Economist will receive:

  • A travel stipend to visit the financial district of New York City and attend the Quinnipiac G.A.M.E. Forum. The Forum brings together over 1,400 students from across the nation to attend workshops and presentations led by the most influential financial leaders in the world. (subject to budget availability)


Chief Accounting Officer

Responsibilities

Oversees all aspects of the Fund's accounting, recordkeeping and budgeting, including collecting financial data from brokerage statements and trade confirmations and maintaining detailed spreadsheets and Fund performance metrics. Prepares oral and written reports to the Fund and its stakeholders, including annual and quarterly reports and meeting minutes.

Qualifications

The Qualified student must:
  • Successful completion of AC 200 and AC 201, or MBA 609 and MBA 610, with a grade of “B” or better in each class 

Compensation

Contingent upon the availability of funds and satisfactory performance, the CIO will receive:

  • A travel stipend to visit the financial district of New York City and attend the Quinnipiac G.A.M.E. Forum. The Forum brings together over 1,400 students from across the nation to attend workshops and presentations led by the most influential financial leaders in the world. (subject to budget availability)


Chief Marketing Officer

Responsibilities

Directs and oversees the Fund's internal and external communications, marketing policies, objectives, and initiatives, including website development and updating. Prepares all promotional and informational materials about the Fund. Develops a marketing plan and adjusts it as necessary. 

Qualifications

The qualified student must:
  • Successful completion of MK 303 or MBA 650 with a grade of “B” or better 

Compensation

Contingent upon the availability of funds and satisfactory performance, the CIO will receive:

  • A travel stipend to visit the financial district of New York City and attend the Quinnipiac G.A.M.E. Forum. The Forum brings together over 1,400 students from across the nation to attend workshops and presentations led by the most influential financial leaders in the world. (subject to budget availability)


Portfolio Manager

Responsibilities

Responsible for managing the Fund’s investments in a specific market sector. Analyzes developments within the sector, including trends, news, securities filings, and mergers and acquisitions, as well as the financial and competitive position of Fund investments within the sector. Conducts ongoing research on investment opportunities and makes presentations to the Fund with detailed buy, sell or hold recommendations. 

Qualifications

The qualified student must:
  • Successful completion of FN 310 with a grade of “B” or better
  • Preferable completion of FN 350 and FN 351, or MBA 622 and MBA 626, with a grade of “B” or better
  • Successful completion of Bloomberg terminal training once a member of the Fund 

Sectors

  • Alternative Investments
  • Consumer Goods and Services
  • Energy and Utilities
  • Financials
  • Fixed Income
  • Healthcare Information
  • Technology and Telecommunications
  • Industrials and Materials

Compensation

Contingent upon the availability of funds and satisfactory performance, each Portfolio Manager will receive:

  • A travel stipend to visit the financial district of New York City and attend the Quinnipiac G.A.M.E. Forum. The Forum brings together over 1,400 students from across the nation to attend workshops and presentations led by the most influential financial leaders in the world. (subject to budget availability)


Industry Analysts

Responsibilities

Conducts research on organizations within a specific industry in order to make recommendations regarding the investment strategy. Stays abreast of trends and news within an industry, such as filings, mergers and acquisitions, competitive position, and financial stability of organizations.

Qualifications

The qualified student must:
  • Be able to rely on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals.
  • Be able to perform a variety of tasks.

Evaluation

Receives direction either from the course instructor (FN350, FN35 l, MBA622 or MBA626) or the portfolio manager for the sector related to his/her assigned industry.

Compensation

Gain valuable accumen and experience with industry analysis and investment practices.