Sign up for the Stock Pitch Competition | August 7 & 19

| July 23, 2020
Submitted by Lisa Keenan for Career & Professional Development

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This year, CPD is proud to work with The Marquee Group on hosting a Stock Pitch Competition, a two-part event that allows participants to gain market knowledge and practice.

How it works: 

1. Stock Pitch Prep | Friday, August 7 | 9:30-11:30 a.m.  

  • Marquee will review different valuation techniques and distribute a short “Assignment Sheet” that provides guidance on what should be included in a stock pitch.
  • Groups of 3-4 students will be allowed to pick their own company to pitch within the selected industry shared at the Prep session.
  • Groups need to advise CPD which company they have selected by Tuesday, August 11 at 5:00 pm.

2. Stock Pitch Competition, August 19 | Morning | 30-min presentation

  • Groups will walk through their slide deck which will cover their analysis, followed by Q&A, and feedback by judges,

Registration:

  • This competition is s open to all DeGroote students.
  • Please register as a group on OSCARplus by no later than Tuesday, August 4 at 11:55 p.m.
  • Please note that there is a maximum of 10 groups for this competition. If registration is full, a waitlist will be created.

For questions, please reach out to your respective Relationship Manager:
Brooke Russell, BCom: mccoubrb@mcmaster.ca
Lisa Keenan, MBA:  keenanl@mcmaster.ca
Megan Donohue, MFin: donohuem@mcmaster.ca

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