The Burridge Center of Finance works with the University and Business Community to provide excellent resources, making your educational experience as valuble as possible!

Please review the tiles below for items including student clubs. Email Matthew.Fleming@colorado.edu with questions. 

Resources

Barrons

Free Barron's Access!

Barron's is a leading source of financial news, providing in-depth analysis and commentary on stocks, investments and how markets are moving across the Globe.

As a Leeds student, and thanks to the genorosity of Wally Obermeyer of Obermeyer Wood Investment Council, and Marty Erzinger of Sanctuary Advisors, you have free access to this resource.

Click here to signup!

Bloomberg

Available to students remotely due to covid.

Students and faculty are able to access Bloomberg and cutting edge of innovation, delivering fast access to indispensable news, data and trading tools.

  • A Bloomberg Professional Service Offering - Portfolio and Risk Analytics
  • The Bloomberg Market Concepts (BMC)
  • Bloomberg Trading Game
  • Training sessions
    • Join the Burridge Center's open office hours 10-11AM Tuesday/Thursday (link on homepage) or
    • matthew.fleming@colorado.edu to setup a session at a different time.

Click here to read more on the Bloomberg Lab (different webpage)

Beacon

Access to Beacon's award winning platform.

Integrated Development Environment. Beacon's web-based IDE empowers developer teams to quickly

  • Build
  • Test
  • Deploy analytics
  • Deploy applications
  • Empower users

Vault

Vault is best known for its influential rankings, ratings, and reviews on thousands of top employers and hundreds of internship programs.

Vault’s rankings and ratings are regularly featured and cited by the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg BusinessWeek, Forbes, Fortune, Money, and countless other news outlets.

Through CU Boulder, you can access Vault's materials for free! Access Here

 

 

Finance Event/Intern/Job Opportunities

Curated Google Sheets 

Recruiting/Informational Events (Connor Cole's List)

Internship Opportunities (Susan Brodnicki's List)

Full Time Job Opportunities (Bill Horning's List)

RMAFP

The Rocky Mountain Association for Financial Professionals

is a nationally recognized, non-profit organization. RMAFP members come from diverse businesses and organizations--from leading financial institutions and nationally recognized companies to universities and colleges, non-profits, and regional firms. Business memberships consist of both corporate practitioners and financial service providers.

Students can attend a monthly meetings for free. PROMO CODE: STUDENTCOMP

Student Clubs

Leeds Investment and Trading Group

Meetings on Wednesday at 5PM. litgroup@colorado.edu for info.

The Leeds Investment & Trading Group, referred to as LITG, is a student-led organization dedicated to cultivating a group of intellectually curious students equipped with both the critical and creative aptitude to participate in the financial markets. In congruence with this mission, LITG promotes widespread financial literacy among its peers, from all interdisciplinary backgrounds, by providing a unique forum in which members can freely learn, discuss, and debate global market trends and investing opportunities. Additionally, the club coordinates events using online trading simulators to allow members to engage in friendly investment competitions, thereby providing its members with both the fellowship and real world investing expertise that we hope will manifest into prudent investment and career decisions.

Financial Planning Association

Meetings on Monday at 6PM. View their website on Presence

MBA Finance Club

The MBA Finance Club is a student-led organization designed to serve as a link between the MBA program and the finance community.

It is a great opportunity to learn more about potential career paths in finance and network with finance professionals, alumni, and fellow students. Additionally, it is my hope that the organization reaches out to more individuals than those interested in traditional finance topics such as corporate finance, investment management, and investment banking through exposure to non-traditional topics such as socially responsible investing. We are committed to planning the best events, speakers, networking and career resourcing activities to further facilitate interest in finance.

VC Club & Startup Mill

Meetings Thursdays 5:45PM (VC) & 7:15PM (Startup Mill)

Student-led organizations designed to increase VC education and provide another option to startups looking for assistance during their growth and expansion.  

Email anfe6566@colorado.edu or 

bencunningham2019@gmail.com for more info.