Congratulations to the 2011 Fink Center Investment Banking Fellows! Through a rigorous selection process, three IB Fellows have been identified: Todd Holman (JD/MBA 2012), Guillaume Hotelin (MBA 2012) and Nathan True-Daniels (MBA 2012).
Todd is pursuing his JD MBA at UCLA in the class of 2012. He spent the last two summers at the Department of Justice in the Office of the US Trustee, and at a corporate law firm, Shartsis Friese, in San Francisco where he mainly focused on M&A deals and its hedge fund practice. At UCLA he is an editor of a journal at the law school, a TA for accounting courses, the President of the Surf Club, as well as the Captain of the Rugby team. Todd attended UCSD for college, where he majored in Economics. Upon graduation he took a role as an analyst at a nascent hedge fund as their first full time hire. He then went on to work for Capital One in Richmond, VA and Washington D.C. as a Business Analyst, and later as a Senior Analyst.
Guillaume is a member of the class of 2012 at UCLA Anderson. Previously, he worked for Fordham Financial Management in New York City as a Sales Trader where he covered institutional sales and also provided strategic guidance to high net worth clients focusing on emerging growth companies. Earlier in his career, he was the Business Development Manager of Comarbois, a lumber retail company, in Morocco. Guillaume holds a M.S in Mechanical & Electrical Engineering from the ESTP (Paris) and a M.S in Civil & Environmental Engineering from UCLA. He is also FINRA Series 7 and 63 registered.
Nathan is a member of the class of 2012 at UCLA Anderson. Prior to UCLA Anderson, Nathan worked in investment management at Goldman Sachs and UBS where he conducted analyses on a variety of different financial products, including debt, equity, futures, and options. While working in Dallas, he was also an active volunteer at the Texas Scottish Rites Hospital for Children and was the founder of the "Crawfish for Kids" charity event. Nathan graduated cum laude with a Bachelors in Science from Vanderbilt University in 2005.