MBA students win ACG Cup case-study competition
From left, Michael Falatyn, Elizabeth Rice, Adam Weinzimer and William Hempstead, all MBA ’17. Their team won the ACG Cup competition in April 2016.
Four Fordham University MBA students have won a case-study competition designed to test their finance skills in the area of mergers and acquisitions.
Elizabeth Rice, Michael Falatyn, William Hempstead and Adam Weinzimer, all MBA ’17, won the ACG Cup during a final competition held at the Union League Club on East 37th Street on April 7.
The ACG Cup, sponsored by the New York affiliate of the Association for Corporate Growth, is “designed to give students from leading MBA programs across the country real world experience and invaluable insights into mergers and acquisitions, investment banking, financial advisory and private equity.”
Students present in front of mergers-and-acquisitions professionals about valuation, capital markets and strategic device.
The competition is held over several weeks. Other schools participating were Baruch College, Hofstra University, NYU, Pace University and St. John’s University.