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Date count run19 Mar 2021
Election rulesERS97 STV
Candidates running6
Available position1
Total ballots122
Valid votes122
Invalid votes0


Round Noa Seror Neil Mehta Maymuna Armoghan Raisa Zulqaisar Tarek Jeeb RON (Re-Open Nominations) Exhausted Surplus Threshold
1 10.00 11.00 41.00 7.00 51.00 2.00 0.00 0.00 61.00
Count of first choices. The initial quota is 61.00. No candidates have surplus votes so candidates will be eliminated and their votes transferred for the next round.
2 46.00 56.00 20.00 5.00 51.00
All losing candidates are eliminated. Count after substage 1 of 1 of eliminating Noa Seror, Neil Mehta, Raisa Zulqaisar, and RON (Re-Open Nominations). Transferred votes with value 1.00. Since no candidate has been elected, the quota is reduced to 51.00. Candidate Tarek Jeeb has reached the threshold and is elected.

Winner is Tarek Jeeb.

Number of vacancies: 1


Maymuna Armoghan
This role needs a confident, determined and experienced individual. The EFS society has been led with the values of diversity, inclusion and mentorship at its core. I would love to build upon this, maintaining connections but also branching out further. I have succeeded in gaining clients for firms, from CEOs to MIT alumni, but I have also worked in the client-side of start-ups and The Big Four. I learned to present, pitch, and organise corporate events, combined with my skills as a National Youth Theatre actor.

I aim to:
• Build on the past webinars; clients should be diverse in terms of race, gender, sexualities, nationalities, and the financial spectrum. Every member should feel represented.
• Give members a solid networking skill-set, creating crash courses and email templates.
• Create a spreadsheet of clients as points-of-contact for individuals who would like to take control of their connections.
• Facilitate a shift to in-person interactions, including formal panels with informal coffee-style events, exposing members to a broad range of scenarios.
• Have speakers talk about further studies in finance rather than solely career-oriented talks.

I am ready to work with the society to form stronger bonds with clients and give members as many opportunities as possible!

Noa Seror
Being an outgoing and a motivated person with a taste for leadership, I believe to be a suitable candidate to become the EFS’s Client Relations VP. My personal experiences such as organizing numerous charity events and both my school’s debate Club and Environment and Economic Committee allow me to say that I am an autonomous person that can take decisions when necessary while confronting everyone's opinions in order to find the best alternative. I could organize company events, meet sponsors, speakers and alumni, and work with them.
If I were selected as the Client Relations VP, I would strive to better the community and provide opportunities for all the members of the society. I would represent the members and be the intermediary between them and professionals in the sectors they are interested in. Being in a period where face-to-face meetings are complicated, I would like to organize online meetings, create forums to allow professionals from all over the world to meet and exchange ideas. The society could promote cooperation with new partners by taking advantage of the members ‘contacts and organize partnerships with other universities. It is crucial for the society to implement new sponsorship agreements and maintain cordial relationships with sponsors. I believe that I have the capacities to do so!
Together, we could develop the EFS society and make it even more useful for its members in terms of meetings and experiences!
Neil Mehta
I am extremely keen to become VP of Client Relations at EFS, and I believe I have the drive and innovation to ensure the biggest turnouts at EFS’ sponsored corporate events, further improving the society’s renowned reputation. Raising sponsorship funds will be my primary goal, and I have vast experience in this area having been a student ambassador at sixth form. From reaching out to charities and organising fundraisers to advising management on college-wide events; my creativity, enterprise and communication skills led to raising around £500 on every event.

I believe I can be a pivotal character in securing more high profile companies and banks as sponsors to allow even more useful resources and stronger connections within the society. With me in charge of client relations, sponsorship agreements will be negotiated effectively, and there will be endless opportunities created that will be the talk of the university weeks in advance.

As COVID has hindered many social interactions, I endeavour to hold illustrious on campus events to emulate those held in the past as well as organise talks for members across the entire society to increase exposure. So vote for me as the new VP of Client Relations!
Raisa Zulqaisar
My name is Raisa Zulqaisar and I am running to be your Client Relations Vice President. Over the years, I developed leadership skills through my appointment as a student leader, and my involvement in extra-curricular activities in the past, reflecting my commitment towards the responsibilities I carry. I've worked closely with the head of school and presented to members of staff and the entire school multiple times. This has honed my public speaking ability, providing me with the fundamental skills to pitch my ideas to a large audience. Hence, I believe I'd be a good asset to the society, especially when acquiring potential clients. Additionally, I took part in MUN where I was able to build on my self-confidence, following the immense amount of time spent on researching and discussing with others. This experience taught me the importance of critical thinking and conducting effective planning and research. This would help me further particularly when looking out for startups and other companies for the society’s future projects. My work experience with an investment bank in Malaysia provided me with the foundation to understand what firms are looking for from us. If elected, I am determined to give the members of the society a say as to what companies they prefer to get in touch with. It is wise to also cater our society’s goals to the student body's interests. Thus, students are more keen to attend the events we house and can gain more from these opportunities. Thank you!
Tarek Jeeb
As the EFS First Year Representative and an Analyst of Bloomsbury Capital, I am excited to run for the position of Vice President of Client Relations. I believe that the experiences and skills that I hold, coupled with my strong interest, makes me well equipped for the role.

Networking to secure a one-year placement at JP Morgan AM by the age of 18 despite a state-school background unveiled the power of human relations skills to me. I hope to utilise these interpersonal skills to strengthen existing relationships with EFS Sponsors. My exposure to high-level client negotiations upon the industry would serve as paramount when negotiating sponsor agreements upon the role. Additionally, I plan to fully utilise my network, including contacts at firms such as JP Morgan, Blackrock and Citi, and a diverse range of LinkedIn contacts, to acquire new sponsorships.

I aim to drive additional sponsor acquisition to expand the EFS budget and secure on-campus events, both in facilitating the reopening of event opportunities. As somebody comfortable with ownership and responsibility, I believe that the combination of my drive, my longstanding experience and my pre-existent involvement with the EFS makes me the perfect candidate for the Client Relations VP.