Alex Witt Education:

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Alex Witt
[email protected] | (937) 545-7085 | 1842 Indianola Ave. Columbus, OH 43201
Education:
The Ohio State University, Max M. Fisher College of Business
Columbus, OH
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
May 2017
 Specialization: Accounting Minor: Economics | Cumulative GPA: 3.68/4.00
Fisher Futures Investment Banking Program
 1 of 12 students selected by faculty for a highly competitive program that educates students in investment
banking and provides formal training in financial modeling, forecasting, and business valuation
Employment Experience:
EBW Capital Ltd.
London, United Kingdom
Asset Management Intern
May 2015 – July 2015
 Researched 200+ emerging and frontier market mutual funds to market to institutional investors
 Analyzed the performance impact of currency fluctuations on holdings and implemented a hedging strategy
to combat the rising U.S. Dollar
 Aggregated holdings from different sources to prepare documents for fee invoicing and quarterly reports
Hartzell Propeller Inc.
Piqua, OH
Corporate Finance Intern
May 2014 – August 2014
 Participated in the preparation of essential documents, a 5-year growth plan, and the pro forma quality of
earnings report with investment bankers on a 14x EBITDA, $56MM sale
 Analyzed and closed an $11.75MM sale-leaseback transaction to fuel capital for a takeover bid
 Increased utilization of the 401k match program as the company transitioned away from a pension plan
Relevant Extracurricular Activities:
Kappa Sigma Fraternity, Alpha Sigma Chapter
Executive Committee – Grand Treasurer
March 2014 – Present
 Create and manage the $500,000 fraternity budget by collaborating with over 30 chair positions to allocate
funds to promote the chapter’s goals to develop the brotherhood of 105 men
 Manage working capital and assist members that are struggling to uphold their financial obligations through
payment plans and financial wellness initiatives
 Increased interest revenue introducing new savings accounts with a higher interest rate for long-term
savings
Capital Campaign – Parent Relations Chair
January 2014 – April 2015
 Joint three-year campaign with parents and the alumni association to raise approximately $2 million for a
scholarship fund and Chapter House renovations
 Coordinate events such as the Hall of Fame dinner and parents’ weekend to raise capital
Scarlet and Gray Financial Coaching (SGF)
Peer Financial Coach
March 2014 – Present
 Advise fellow students through 1:1 appointments by developing financial, investment, and budgeting
strategies to achieve their long-term goals
 Present to freshman and international students or strategies to attain financial wellness at a young age and
how to adapt financially in the U.S.
Alumni Relations Specialist
May 2014 – May 2015
 Expand connectivity with SGF and alumni through in-person meetings and organization of professional
development events
 Support executive board goals through public outreach with local industry professionals
Buckeye Capital Investors
Analyst
August 2014 – Present
 Research potential investment prospects and test them in the markets while competing with peers
Interests:
 College Sports, Investing, Country Music, Tennis, Traveling, Volunteering, and Fantasy Sports
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