Students interested in finance can dive deeper into their target industry or function by completing an optional specialization during their MBA. Specializations are offered in finance, investment management, corporate finance and accounting.
The Anderson Student Asset Management fund allows selected MBA and FEMBA students the opportunity to invest real money for the UCLA Foundation. The group is led by faculty advisor Professor Ivo Welch and receives administrative support from the Fink Center.
The Fink Center works closely with the student-led Investment Finance Association, one of the largest student organizations on campus. Student directors help in the planning of our signature events and also organize a variety of industry-focused events on and off campus.
The Fink Center supports, sponsors and hosts numerous events each year that address the critical issues and emerging trends affecting financial markets and the industry.
Throughout the year, the Fink Center hosts networking sessions between students and practitioners. The series presents an opportunity for eight students to connect with industry leaders over a business casual luncheon or dinner.
UCLA Anderson’s finance area has long been recognized as one of the world’s top-10 programs. The Fink Center supports Ph.D. students by providing summer and year-round research grants.
In partnership with the Rosenfeld Library, the Fink Center funds financial research databases and datasets for use by the Anderson community. Click on the links below for more information on how to gain access:
For a complete list of databases, visit the Rosenfeld Library.