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As an associate, Emily's primary duties include market research, financial analyses, and the completion of proposals and pitch books. She provides due diligence and underwriting for the Capital Foundry Credit Committee, manages the year-round internship program, and supports the Capital Foundry Funding portfolio.
Emily is a 2016 graduate of Allegheny College where she earned a degree in Economics with a minor in French, and completed a senior thesis titled “Oil Prices and Acts of Terrorism as Determinants of the EUR/USD Exchange Rate from 1999 to 2015.”
Emily is the 8th place winner of the CFA Society of Pittsburgh’s 2016 Collegiate Personal Finance Competition, and is currently studying to earn her Series 7 and 63 licenses.
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