Resume Review - Networking / Exit Ops

Hi all,

I am in the process of trying to reconnect with old contacts and do some networking. I have updated my resume with my current position and wanted to get some feedback. Right now, I am working in risk but have the hope to transition into Corp. Finance or Investment Management down the road. Any advice/criticism is welcome, as well as any thoughts on exit ops from where I stand now.

Thanks.

http://www.razume.com/documents/16413

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Comments (2)

Aug 26, 2010 - 5:38pm

1) Remove the entire skills/activities section. Your holding company is vague, and no one cares that you managed finances in your fraternity, a banana could do that. The purpose of listing fraternities on your resume is that hopefully whoever is reading your CV went to that fraternity.

2) Get Bloomberg certified and add it to your certifications at the top. The rest are assumed.

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