Finance / Real Estate

Welcome to Fordham University Gabelli School of Business’ Finance Community! Here you’ll find resources such as career websites, technical training, videos, industry associations, events, and information specific to finance to help you optimize your career and academic journey while accessing Fordham’s career resources in one centralized location.

Finance is the management of money (cashflow) and includes activities such as investing, borrowing, lending, underwriting, budgeting, saving, and forecasting. There are three main types of finance: personal, corporate, and public/government.

Finance professionals work closely with their clients (external and internal depending on the role) and provide recommendations based on analyses of financial and operating data of funds, corporates (both public and private) and individuals. Finance professionals analyze complex data and offer recommendations on business issues to clients.


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How to build a professional network while in college

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Level Up Your Virtual Communication Skills

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How to Apply Your Problem Solving Skills in the Workplace

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