Laeceum returns to the University of Cambridge careers fairs

Following an overwhelming response last year, we are pleased to announce that we will be returning to the annual Cambridge Careers Fairs in October. We will be attending both the Consultancy Fair on Wednesday 11th October 2023, and the Banking & Finance Fair on Thursday 12th October 2023.

Our stand will be open from 2.00–6.00pm on both days. This is a prime opportunity for all Cambridge students interested in working at a high-growth financial services advisory and consulting boutique to learn more about the opportunities on offer. You will have the chance to meet with our Founder and University of Cambridge alumnus, Ravi Chauhan, and, a current University of Cambridge Intern to learn more about the firm.

For more information, and to register for the event via Handshake, visit: https://www.careers.cam.ac.uk/careers-fairs-festivals

Clients

Thincats

The CEO wanted to establish whether there was a market for a by-product of their core lending analysis and if so, how that opportunity could be commercially exploited.

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bunq

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Laeceum Life

Inaugural careers fair at Imperial College London

On 22 February 2024, Founder and Managing Director of Laeceum Ravi Chauhan, part-time Analyst Emma Ford and friend of the firm Anjalika Bardalai, spent a few hours meeting a host of lively and curious students during the general spring term careers fair on a very wet Thursday evening.

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Ellie is a part-time Analyst at Laeceum and is currently a third-year undergraduate in Human, Social and Political Sciences at the University of Cambridge. 

Ellie has a keen interest in corporate development and plays a lead role in building out Laeceum’s Advisory capability and university outreach and third sector engagement efforts.

Ellie has prior experience as a Consultant at DeHavilland and attended Harvard’s Model United Nations programme.