The Cutler Center supports the Finance Division’s offering of rigorous, state-of-the-art programs of study in finance at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. The faculty’s practical approach to education is enhanced by their experiences in industry and consulting for a wide range of organizations. The Cutler Center hosts several programs that allow students to develop practical experience while completing their degree. These programs include:
CFA Institute Research Challenge Winners
Babson’s team won the CFA Institute Research Challenge, defeating 11 area colleges and universities. As a result, the team traveled to Seattle in April for the Americas competition where they competed against the best teams in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico.
The competition involves analyzing a local publicly traded company and then writing a comprehensive research report with a buy, hold, or sell recommendation. The team was comprised of Brittany Bascom MBA’16, Rachel Burstiner ’17, and Roy Nakamajeo ’17.
Their outstanding performance is a testament to the Babson’s practical approach to finance education and the benefits of our experiential learning programs.
Team Babson Finishes Third at Van Berkom JMSB Small Cap Case Competition
Team Babson placed third at the 7th annual Van Berkom JMSB Small Cap Case Competition. This event, a premier case competition focused on small-cap investment, provides undergraduate and graduate-level business students with an opportunity to showcase their ability to analyze financial business cases, develop strategic recommendations and apply the academic skills they have gained in the classroom.
Babson's team placed third out of 25 colleges and universities from across the globe. The team was comprised of Tim Hasbergen, Lilia Chobanova, Jack Long and Dhriti Shetty and lead by faculty advisor Spencer Adams.
Inder Majumdar ’16
Inder Majumdar ’16 shares his passion for finance and experience as a member of the Babson College Trading Team. Each spring, the team travels to Toronto to compete against students from top universities from around the world at the Rotman International Trading Competition (RITC). Being a part of the team allowed him to apply his learning in the classroom to simulations of real world business scenarios.