ROTMAN STUDENT INVESTMENT FUND
Founded in 2012, Rotman Student Investment Fund is a student-run investment fund focused on providing students with a window into life of an Investment Analyst.
What RSIF offers you?
Learn Equity research process - We support students in Fundamental analysis of companies, provide report writing tips and feedback, and work on improving presentation skills.
Connect to Industry - We connect Analysts with Industry professionals as part of our Speaker series, Panel discussions, Lectures and Networking events
Contribute to Podcast - Analysts will have the opportunity to assist in guest outreach, production or interview process
How to become an Analyst?
Apply for the Position - Send CV and Cover Letter (Club Members will be notified)
Participate in stock pitch contest - January 2021 (First round & Finals)
Develop industry focus - Industry/Sector in Canadian Equity Universe
Join market analysis calls - Update team on industry news and performance
RSIF Team Structure
The Fund strives to generate high-conviction, top-quality investment ideas. The Fund is led by VP-RSIF with the Co-CIOs & Directors reporting to the VP.
RSIF TEAM (2020 - 2021)
"In my time at Rotman, I have discovered the complexity of capital markets and investment research. RSIF's platform provides the tools to attack these complex problems. Additionally, RSIF has shown me the value of diverse, well-aligned teams seeking a common goal."
"RSIF provides unique opportunities for students. After the stock pitch contest, you will gain confidence in analyzing companies and defending your analysis in front of an interview panel."
"RSIF gave me an opportunity to hone the art of pitching an idea while allowing me to connect with like-minded people, and build priceless camaraderie."
"RSIF acts as a bridge for students to put knowledge and skills gained from Rotman coursework into practice. As an RSIF analyst, you are part of an enthusiastic and committed group with a collective goal – to engage in critical thinking and analysis of financial markets in preparation for a career in investment management."