The recipients of the Kenan Investment Management Fellowships for 2017 were announced by the Institute for Private Capital and Center for Excellence in Investment Management in partnership with the Frank Hawkins Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise at UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School.
The fellowship winners are members of the full-time MBA Program Class of 2018:
The Kenan Investment Management Fellowship program is a merit-based fellowship that assists MBA students gain summer internships and full-time offers with firms in the alternative investment space, including asset management, private equity, venture capital and hedge-fund firms.
“This successful program provides invaluable investment experience for the Fellows and helps strengthen the School’s expanding network in the alternative investments space,” said Shawn Munday, professor of the practice of finance and executive director of the Institute for Private Capital. “We expanded this year’s program to include participation by 11 firms and 30 first-year MBA students, and yielded five summer internship offers.
“This successful program provides invaluable investment experience for the Fellows and helps strengthen the School’s expanding network in the alternative investments space.”