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Mr. NYC Finance

About Me:

Born and raised in the NJ & NYC area. My career thus far has been working in finance in NYC. After completing a number of internships in college I began my post-undergrad career working in the back office of a large financial institution. Within two years I was able to network my way into a front-office role at one of the top financial institutions where I’ve been working for the past 5 years. Due to a number of schools waiving the GMAT requirement I decided to try my luck applying to a few business schools.


Undergrad School: Manhattan College

Undergrad Major: Finance

GPA: 3.25

GMAT: Waived

Age: 29,  Ethnicity: White

Extracurriculars: College Alumni Mentor Program, Company Volunteer Program, Trainer for new employees

Work History:

Title: Associate

Industry: Banking & Finance

Company: Fortune 100 Top 10

Length of Employment: 4 yrs

Title: Associate

Industry: Banking & Finance

Company: Fortune 100 Top 10

Length of Employment: 3 yrs

Big Life Wins:

My team was recruited to a new firm in 2017. We successfully transitioned 97% ($500 Million) of our clients to our new firm. Ranked a top 100 associates at the firm for a number of years.

Post MBA Goal:

An MBA will enhance my stills required to launch my own business, widen my global network, and increase my entrepreneurial ambitions.


Target School: USC Marshall


Considering: Kenan-Flagler


The Experts Rate The Odds At: 40%

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    Hi, it’s Nisha from mbaMission. Based on your limited description of your career here, I’m not able to tell how much progression you’ve had in the 7 years you’ve worked. And speaking of which: 7 years is slightly above the average regarding work experience, and finance applicants are heavily represented in the applicant pool. That said, you work at a prominent firm, and if you have had consistent progression over your time there, that will benefit your candidacy, as will your consistent track record of community involvement both within and outside of the firm (make sure to highlight your impact in these areas on your resume). If Marshall/UNC doesn’t work out in this extended round, you can reapply in one of the first …

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