Jared Haftel received three Bachelor’s degrees including Economics, Science and Mathematics from Duke University in 2009. While pursuing his studies, he was a Summer Analyst at Credit Suisse from May to August of 2008. Jared also wrote several papers for the Duke Chronicle while pursuing his undergraduate degrees and among those papers include four music reviews and an article about an alumni band by the name of Bombadil in 2007.
Upon his graduation, Jared served as an investment banking analyst at the Bank of America as well as an analyst at Merrill Lynch from 2009 to 2011. His responsibilities at Merrill Lynch contained the goal of making the firm more profitable by going over extensive information through handling commodities and tracking significant investment opportunities. These investment opportunities included mining, chemical, metal, defense and aerospace industries. Jared served as an Associate at Vector Capital in San Francisco from 2011 to 2013.
With the goals of advancing his career and making himself more valuable to potential employers in the investment banking field, Jared is currently undergoing graduate studies at the Stanford Graduate School of Business at Stanford University earning a Masters Degree in Business Administration. Due to his education and experience, he is one of the top professionals in his field and has a promising future as an investment banker. Jared has also given advice to prospective investors by writing articles on constructing resumes and dressing for investment banking internships as well as interviewing for such positions. He also shares his thoughts on the banking industry and his experiences at Stanford University through his blog as well as social media websites such as Twitter and Facebook.
Outside of his investment banking career, Jared Haftel is a passionate fan of music of several different genres and loves to spend time with his Yellow Labrador Retriever by the name of Emma.