The AXA Careers Talk organised by the Career Services Office took place at NUS Business School on 19 October 2006.
AXA Global visited the NUS campus on 19th October to share details about its Management Associate program. The AXA team was represented by Gary Harvey (CEO, AXA Wealth Management), Shirley (Head of HR, AXA) and some senior managers of AXA, MA program.
AXA is a global leader in financial protection. Ranked 15th in the Fortune Global 500 survey of the worlds largest corporations. The AXA team spoke about the history of AXA, the nature of work done by the firm and how AXA is spreading its wings across Asia Pacific.
On 28 September 2006 students and company representatives from multiple sectors mingled at an NUS MBA networking session at Chijmes Hall, Singapore.
On a bright Thursday noon, the MBA cohort gathered in the Chijmes Hall on the famous Victoria Street in Singapore. The occasion was the much awaited “Networking Nite” with representatives of various companies from all around the world. It was an occasion to dress, talk about yourself and impress your future employers. More than 30 companies were present during the event and nearly 50 MBA students and many more BBA students were there to interact with the professionals from these companies. The event was jointly organized by MBA and BBA Career Services Offices.
Date: 27 September 2006
Venue: STI Auditorium, Robinson Road, Singapore
This was one only for the ladies!! The event was a “By Invitation” session just for the Business School female students and was organized by the Women Initiative Leading Lehman (WILL) network. The guest speaker for this event was Ms Catherine Lim, General Manager of Lehman Brothers Inc., Singapore Branch. This was a golden opportunity for us to mingle with senior executives from the Investment Banking and Capital Markets Divisions.
There were 10 female MBA students from NUS Business School who attended the talk. Catherine Lim spoke extensively on work culture at Lehman Brothers. She shared some of her memorable moments working in the firm. When asked about the life of an investment banker, she replied that one needs to be prepared and committed to this career because it involves a lot of hard work to succeed. She stressed on the fact that ‘if you don’t enjoy what you do, you will never perform in the workplace’. The session was helpful as we got the female perspective of career in investment banking. The session concluded with briefing on application process for the summer internship.
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