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Success story: Anthony Perrone hired as KPMG intern

Accounting, Areas of Study, Success Stories | Mar 07, 2013 |

For Anthony Perrone (GSB ’13), audit is the place to be. As someone who gets along well with people, he likes being able to interact every day with clients from different industries. He appreciates the holistic view an auditor gets …

Top-ranking business watchdog to speak here on March 19

Accounting, Areas of Study, Featured Events | Mar 05, 2013 |

Think of Tom Ray as a nationwide guard against business shenanigans. For many years, he was among the U.S. government’s highest-ranking watchdogs of the accounting industry, charged with making sure that the auditors of giant corporations were doing their jobs. He …

March 21: Get concrete advice for a career in tax

Accounting, Areas of Study, Faculty, Featured Events | Feb 21, 2013 |

Professor Stan Veliotis is once again offering his knowledge of the tax industry to help Gabelli School students. If you’re interested in the idea of working in taxation — even if you’re not sure, but curious! — this is a …

Upcoming Boardroom: Eileen Walsh, partner at KPMG

Accounting, Alumni, Areas of Study, Featured Events, Personal & Professional Development | Feb 05, 2013 |

Eileen Walsh (GSB ’76), a partner at KPMG who has more than 30 years of experience at the firm, will hold a Boardroom Series session next week. Here are the details: Date: Thursday, February 14, 2013 Time: 1:00 p.m. Location: Hughes …

Success story: John Manley destined for Deutsche Bank

Accounting, Areas of Study, Finance, Success Stories | Feb 01, 2013 |

John Manley (GSB ’13) knows where he’ll be working from this July onward — and it’s a place where he has already succeeded (twice!) as an intern. John is a member of the incoming 2013 analyst class at Deutsche Bank. …

How ready are you for the Big Four?

Accounting, Areas of Study, Featured Events | Jan 30, 2013 |

Do you see yourself headed for a Big Four or other large accounting firm? Are you not sure yet, but it sounds interesting? Either way, now’s your chance to find out everything you want to know about working in the Big …

Success story: Michelle Ciesielska to be KPMG advisory intern

Accounting, Areas of Study, Success Stories | Jan 22, 2013 |

Having finished a Federal Reserve Bank of New York internship that lasted from summer through fall 2012, Michelle Ciesielska (GSB ’14) has lined up not one but two new opportunities. The big one is a summer 2013 slot with KPMG’s advisory practice, …

GSB team leaves today for KPMG contest in Dallas

Accounting, Areas of Study, Event Recaps, Finance, Stories, Students | Jan 17, 2013 |

by Farzana Ali (GSB ’15) Offering students only 48 hours to rip through 20 pages of facts, figures and charts, the KPMG International Case Competition is unlike any other. Competitors identify and analyze key issues facing a business — this …

Mini-Hoops meets networking on January 23

Accounting, Areas of Study, Beta Alpha Psi, Featured Events, Finance, IT / Information Systems, Personal & Professional Development | Jan 17, 2013 |

We know what a networking event looks like. Right? Suit. Dress shoes. Leather portfolio. Not this time! The Gabelli School of Business and Beta Alpha Psi invite all Gabelli School sophomores, juniors and seniors — especially current or future accounting, …

KPMG partner makes a London tax class memorable

Accounting, Areas of Study, Coursework, Faculty, Global, London | Jan 16, 2013 |

One of the greatest advantages of the Gabelli School of Business is access to adjunct professors who are top-ranked executives at New York City corporations. The same holds true for the Gabelli School’s program in the U.K. — simply substitute …


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