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  • IIX Fall Team 2012

    IIX takes in outstanding Analysts and Associates throughout the year. The Fall 2012 team is below:

     

    Angela Ng most recently spent three years working at the United Nations Headquarters in New York where she was involved in the planning and proposal of various programmes and budgets for submission to the United Nations General Assembly. Prior to that, Angela was specializing in IPOs and corporate finance projects of public companies listed in Singapore. She holds a B.Acc from Nanyang Technological University.

     

     

    David Pedersen studied International Business at the Copenhagen Business School and recently completed his Masters in Finance degree from the London School of Economics. He has internship experience from various investment managers operating both in the private and public equity markets. In addition, he has worked on a microfinance project in Ghana and taught at a non-profit school in India.

     
     

    Janet Chang graduated from Duke University with Distinction in Economics and a second major in Mathematics. Janet co-founded Duke China Care to promote awareness of cross-border adoption. Prior to IIX, Janet was an analyst at Morgan Stanley investment banking group in Taiwan and capital markets group in Hong Kong, where she worked on various equity and corporate finance projects. At Morgan Stanley, she also served as the Community Service Chair on Analyst Council for Asia Pacific IBD and actively engaged her colleagues with social responsible initiatives.

     

    Kenny Ewell is fresh off a year in the Philippines as part of the Princeton in Asia fellowship program, where he worked in the non-profit space in Manila. In Manila, he assisted both an export assistance non-profit and an anti-child trafficking organization with marketing and development. Prior to Princeton in Asia, Kenny was an analyst in J.P. Morgan’s healthcare investment banking group in New York, where he worked on a variety of M&A, debt, and equity transactions in the healthcare industry. Kenny has an A.B. in Economics from Princeton University.

     

    Yan Ling Tay is a senior majoring in Economics at Waseda University. Her previous internship experiences include a stint at International Enterprise Singapore, and with the Government of Singapore Investment Corporation, where she interned at the Fixed Income Trading desk, Real Estate Investment and Financial Services Department. Her interest in development has further her to an internship with the CSR department at Mitsubishi Corporation where she is also an active volunteer.