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Results:
Date count run19 Mar 2021
Election rulesERS97 STV
Candidates running3
Available position1
Total ballots93
Valid votes88
Invalid votes5

Count

Round Hin Tsang Sarah Li RON (Re-Open Nominations) Exhausted Surplus Threshold
1 13.00 74.00 1.00 0.00 30.00 44.00
Count of first choices. The initial quota is 44.00. Candidate Sarah Li has reached the threshold and is elected.

Winner is Sarah Li.

Number of vacancies: 1

Candidates

Hin Tsang
As a devoted member, I have thoroughly enjoyed the mentorship programme and events such as career talks and the Financial Conference. They have shed light on my career development and have equipped me with skills in communication, networking and financial analysis. I am eager to give back to the society and to create an inclusive, insightful and innovative mentorship programme for all members.

I guarantee:

- Unprecedented outreach in alumni networks (through LinkedIn, etc) to source as many mentors as possible with the aim that no members are to be excluded.

- Teambuilding games at the start of the programme to increase the bonding between mentors and mentees.

- Responsive support for mentees when administrative issues arise (solutions provided within 1-2 working days).

- More mentorship materials provided, including an application pack with company overview, alumni SW/internship experiences, application deadlines and procedures.

- Comprehensive questionnaires with questions on interests and career focus to improve the matching process between mentors and mentees.


By collaborating closely with members, I strongly believe I would be able to deliver the above promises. All members, regardless of their background and experiences, deserve to have an unparalleled membership experience.
Igor Chmielinski
What makes me a good addition to Investment Society is my balance between being a leader and a team player. I appreciated it especially through the organization of the UCL Leaders conference as Finance Officer, where I lead the finance team, and through cooperation with colleagues, we managed to recruit speakers such as Rafal Brzoska (CEO of InPost).

Another qualities that I find useful are patience and persistence. I strongly believe and notice that it is worth thinking long-term and consistently implementing the intended plan, even when their fruits of our work are not visible today.

In my previous roles such as USG for Finance at Tricity Model United Nations I proved to be able to take initiative which I hope to do here as well. Being proactive is very important for me, I definitely wouldn’t call myself a bystander.

Here at Investment Society I am hoping to take this thing to another level. By that I mean: creating new relationships with industry related firms and other societies as well maintaining current relationships through collaborative work. In my opinion this would enable us to give Investment Society a fresh new look as well as enhance the way in which it is operating right now. Obviously such events as Finance Conference etc. are to stay with us but in an improved form with new, exciting speakers!

#makeinvestmentsocietygreatagain

Sarah Li
Hi! My name is Sarah and I’m a second year Maths student running to be your next VP of Mentorship.

Having been a Spring Mentor, I understand how important it is for the scheme to provide a reliable framework and prompt point of contact, in order to maintain prosperous long-term relationships between mentors and mentees. In addition, my personal familiarity with the timeline and details of application processes will enable me to deliver a detailed and rigorous schedule.

One initiative I’m eager to achieve is to build and expand partnerships with financial training firms, so that members are able to enhance their technical abilities. My time on the UCLIS committee has also allowed me to gain first-hand experience of successful collaboration across divisions, which has provided me which the necessary skills to attain this.

Another one of my aims for the upcoming year is to introduce an in-person two-stage mock Assessment Centre. This event would be an invaluable chance for our members to be given feedback on their interview technique face-to-face, and most importantly, to practise implementing that feedback into their answers.

These additions will ensure even greater success of the Mentorship programme and I hope to get your vote in achieving this!