The finance department aims to educate and inform its members on all matters relating to the finance industry. We achieve this through a plethora of career-orientated events.
In 2019, this included the Finance 101 event that saw the participation of a panel of interns and industry professionals from some of the most prolific financial organisations of the world. This event saw over 200 attendees from all backgrounds and universities. To learn more about this event, please visit its project report page.
In addition, the department runs annual professional applications workshops that cater to students by teaching them how to navigate the corporate landscape and how to tailor their applications to maximise their success. To learn more about this project, please visit its project report page.
Founded in 2016 by Andrea Mazzoleni (9th President of the King’s Business Club) and Eeshita Pande, the Finance department has been at the fore-front of some of the largest projects at the King’s Business Club – including the establishment of King’s Capital, the London Fintech Conference, and the Alternative Investment Conference. Furthermore, within the three years since its foundation, two of its members have been elected and have served as Presidents of the Society: Toby Bottomley, and Paul Benter.
For the committee members of the Finance department of King’s Business Club, it is one of opportunity and promise.
Attendees Last Year
Projects & Events
Explore the plethora of projects and events that the Finance department have organised and hosted.
All applicants are expected to have a general understanding of the society, its purpose and its work. There are ample resources available on the website and on relevant social media platforms.
Documents for prospective applicants to our department, and anyone interested in the structure and organisation of the society, our policies, guidelines and strategies.
Our constitution establishes the fundamental principles and precedents by which our society adheres to. It governs the function and structure of the King’s Business Club committee in order to ensure the continued delivery of our core values.
Aims & Strategies
A written document that outlines the strategies and their respective aims and objectives for the academic year. This formally establishes the direction of motion for the department and enables for a measure of growth and development. Due to the sensititve nature of the document, it is only partially available publically, but may prove to be useful for prospective applicants.
Branding & Style Guidelines
These guidelines aim to ensure the integrity of the KBC brand and its presentation on all forms of visual media. The guidelines will be continually updated to reflect the needs of the society and remove any inconsistencies and deficiencies within the content itself. Further branding and visual resources are available on request.
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