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8th Annual

  1. 1. Career Development Center 8th Annual Week on Wall Street December 18-21, 2006 Week on Wall Street is a week-long event that provides Darden Business School students with an exceptional opportunity to learn more about careers on Wall Street. During this week, students pursuing positions in investment banking and finance travel to New York City to attend final presentations with some top financial institutions. The scheduled presentations, which are for Darden students only, are set up via the Darden Career Development Center (CDC). For any student interested in a summer internship in investment banking or finance, attending this event is strongly encouraged, as most participating banks will create their closed interview lists at the end of this week. WHAT TO EXPECT Event Overview Each day during the Week on Wall Street four to five company presentations will take place. It is strongly advised that you do not try and attend all events. Rather, you should create your own schedule based on the companies in which you are most interested and have developed the best relationships with via networking. Three weeks prior to the Week on Wall Street you will be asked to sign up for the presentations that you plan to attend. This sign-up information is important for the banks to have in order to gauge interest and meet security requirements. In addition to the formal company presentations organized by the CDC, numerous “targeted events” and/or informational interviews will also take place during this week. These activities are set up solely by the banks and may or may not conflict with other activities happening during the week. The CDC does attempt to minimize conflicts by coaching companies interested in hosting targeted events on the best times to do so. However, there will likely be conflicts as a result of the many activities happening during the week. As mentioned before, you are in charge of your schedule and will need to plan the week according to your personal objectives and priorities. Evaluating the Banks There are many new insights you can gain from visiting the bank’s offices and seeing their employees in action. Week on Wall Street gives you this unique opportunity. As much as the banks are evaluating you, keep in mind that this is your final chance to evaluate the firms. Some things to think about during each presentation and event include:  How did the company differentiate itself?  How many alumni were present?  Did they do or say anything unique?  How do people dress and interact around the office?  Did I connect with individuals present during the visit?  How is the office decorated/furnished? What does that tell you about the culture?  Is the firm excited about hiring Darden students? EVENT SCHEDULE The table below provides the schedule of presentations and events for the 2006 Week on Wall Street. Presentation dates and times are given, along with locations for each event. In addition, a confirmation of the business lines attending each presentation and formally recruiting students is included. Week On Wall Street Guide Page - 1 Revised: 5/12/2010
  2. 2. Career Development Center **Please note to attend any of these presentations you must do the following: (1) Sign up via the CDC system in advance (you need to sign up for each company you intend to visit and overall Week on Wall Street); and (2) Have your photo ID with you at the presentation. Week On Wall Street Guide Page - 2 Revised: 5/12/2010
  3. 3. Career Development Center - 2006 Week on Wall Street Schedule - Date/Time Company/Location Business Lines Details SUNDAY (12/17) – Arrive in NYC MONDAY (12/18) 7:45-9:15 a.m. JP Morgan Chase  Private Banking Morning Call and 345 Park Avenue (Between 51st & 52nd ) Weekly Debrief 9:30-11:00 a.m. JP Morgan Chase  Investment Banking 277 Park Avenue (Between 47th & 48th ) 11:30-1:00 p.m. Houlihan Lokey Zukin Howard  Investment Banking 245 Park Avenue (Between 46th & 47th) 1:30-3:00 p.m. Cowen & Company  Investment Banking Workshop on 1221 Avenue of Americas “How to Ace (McGraw-Hill Building, enter on 49th street, Investment 10th Floor) entrance on 49th street Banking Interviews” 1:30-3:00 p.m. GM Treasury  Treasury 767 Fifth Avenue (Between 58th & 59th) 4:00-5:30 p.m. Deutsche Bank  Investment Banking Cocktail Reception 60 Wall Street 7:00-8:30 p.m. Bank of America  Investment Banking Cocktail Reception th th 9 West 57th St. (Between 5 Ave. and 6  Global Markets Ave.) Conference Room on 48th Floor  Capital Markets TUESDAY (12/19) 9:00-10:30 a.m. Jefferies & Company, Inc.  Investment Banking 520 Madison Avenue (Between 53rd and 54th St.) 9:00-10:30 a.m. Ernst & Young*  Financial Services 5 Times Square (between 41st and 42nd Advisory St. and 7th Ave.) 12:00-1:30 p.m. UBS*  Investment Banking 299 Park Avenue (On 49th St.) 2:30-4:00 p.m. Morgan Stanley  Investment Banking 1585 Broadway (Between 47th & 48th)  Private Wealth Management 4:30-6:00 p.m. Lehman Brothers  Investment Banking 745 Seventh Avenue  Sales, Trading & Research (between 49th & 50th Streets)  Private Wealth Management 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. NYC Darden Alumni Reception with Limited to 60 Prospective Students (at Lehman) Darden students WEDNESDAY (12/20) 9:00-10:30 a.m. HSBC*  Investment Banking 452 Fifth Avenue (Between 39th and 40th St.) Week On Wall Street Guide Page - 3 Revised: 5/12/2010
  4. 4. Career Development Center Date/Time Company/Location Business Lines Details 11:30 -1:30 p.m. Merrill Lynch  Investment Banking 4 World Financial Center  Global Markets 250 Vesey Street 2:00-3:30 p.m. Standard & Poors  Fixed Income 55 Water Street  Structured Finance Enter on corner of Water & Vietnam Veteran’s Plaza 4:00-5:30 p.m. Goldman Sachs  Investment Banking Cocktail Reception 85 Broad Street  Credit Risk Advisory  Private Wealth Management 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. Rothschild  Investment Banking Wine Tasting 1251 Avenue of the Americas (Between (Private Placement and 49th and 50th St.), 51st Floor Restructuring) THURSDAY (12/21) 9:00-11:00 a.m. Citigroup  Investment Banking 388 Greenwich St.  Sales & Trading 12:00-2:00 p.m. Bear Stearns  Investment Banking 383 Madison Avenue (Between 46th and  Sales and Trading 47th St.)  Research THURSDAY EVENING (12/21) or FRIDAY (12/22) Return Home * New Company for Week on Wall Street LOGISTICS You are responsible for arranging your own trip to NYC for Week on Wall Street. It is important not to wait for the last minute as the holiday season in NYC is particularly busy, and hotels and flights fill up fast. The section below provides some suggestions for managing trip logistics. Due to heightened security measures, check in time for each company visit will require approximately 10 minutes. Plan on arriving to the building lobby 10 minutes before the scheduled start time of each event. Late arrivals will not be admitted as we will travel to each event as a group. If you will not arrive more than 10 minutes before an event, plan on proceeding to the next meeting. As a Darden community in respect to the participating firms we cannot tolerate late arrivals for these meetings. Also, please travel lightly and do not bring your luggage or large bags as this would slow down security clearing process. Getting/Staying to NYC There are many options for getting to NYC from Charlottesville. The Charlottesville airport has direct and connecting flights to NY. The Richmond and DC airports also have frequent flights which are typically cheaper than flying from Charlottesville. Other alternatives include taking the train (estimated six hour trip), bus (estimated ten hour trip) or car (estimated seven hour drive). When planning your accommodations, it is suggested that you arrange to stay in Manhattan - given all the events will be happening in the city. For those needing a place to say, the following websites may prove helpful:  www.hotels.com  www.priceline.com  www.expedia.com Travel Around the City Once in NYC, you can easily get around the city via the subway or taxi. It is suggested that you print and take a NY subway map with you for the trip. You can access this information via: www.mta.nyc.ny.us Week On Wall Street Guide Page - 4 Revised: 5/12/2010
  5. 5. Career Development Center Taxis are also a good alternative for getting around the city. When choosing this option, keep in mind that it is more expensive than the subway and can be more time consuming depending on the time of day. WHAT TO BRING Attire Business attire (suits) is expected at all the presentations and individual bank events, unless otherwise noted. In addition, it is suggested that you bring adequate winter weather attire (coat, gloves, hats, umbrella) as it can be very cold in NYC this time of year. Other Necessities You should also pack the following items for the trip:  Paper Resume + Copies  Schedule/Directions for all events  Darden Business Cards  Briefcase/Backpack  Darden Name Badge  Cell Phone and Laptop  Student ID AND Photo ID (passport,  NYC Subway Map Driver License) KEEPING CONNECTED It will be important for you to “keep connected” during your trip to NYC. The CDC recommends that you bring your cell phone with you. Your laptop will not be needed for any of the presentations. If you would like to access the Internet between presentations, the following options are available: Internet Connections Outside of your hotel room, you can find Internet access via: 1. easyInternetcafe (www.easyInternetcafe.com) – “No-frills” access to the World Wide Web. These cafes have lots of PCs and distinguish themselves as being the world’s largest internet Café. Locations:  Times Square – 234 West 42nd Street. Open 7:00 a.m. – 1:00 a.m. seven days a week  5th Avenue – 16 West 48th Street. Open 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. 2. Starbucks Wireless Hotspots (www.starbucks.com) – Wireless high-speed Internet service via T-Mobile. You’ll need a T-Mobile HotSpot service account and a notebook or pocket PC with a Wi-Fi (802.11b) wireless card. Locations:  55 Broad Street  100 Wall Street  NY Plaza (3 New York Plaza)  **Many others – visit website 3. FedEx Kinko’s (www.fedexkinkos.com) – FedEx Kinko’s also has several stores in NYC for computer use and Internet access. These locations include (some locations require that you bring your laptop for Internet access, check details at fedexkinkos.com):  16 E 52nd St., 212-308-2679  60 W. 40th St., 212-921-1060  500 Seventh Ave., 646-366-9166  350 Fifth Ave., 212-279-3556  191 Madison Ave., 212-685-3449 4. New York Libraries – The 5 central libraries for free Internet access in New York City are:  Mid-Manhattan Library (455 Fifth Avenue at 40th Street), 212-340-0833  Donnell Library Center (20 West 53rd Street), 212-621-0618  40 Lincoln Center Plaza, 212-870-1630 Week On Wall Street Guide Page - 5 Revised: 5/12/2010
  6. 6. Career Development Center  Andrew Heiskell Braille and Talking Book Library (40 West 20th Street, between 5th and 6th Avenues), 212-206-5400  Science, Industry and Business Library (188 Madison Avenue), 212-592-7000 CDC Support Various representatives from Darden and the CDC will be in NYC during the Week on Wall Street to ensure that Darden students have a successful trip. CDC representatives (Edward Yu & Jack Oakes) will be present at each of the bank events throughout the week. If you need to reach them during the trip, please call: Edward Yu – 512.695.0888 Jack Oakes – 434.825.3847 GOOD LUCK & HAVE A GREAT WEEK!!! Week On Wall Street Guide Page - 6 Revised: 5/12/2010

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