The Boston College Investment Club consists of three tiers of involvement: the executive board, the analyst program, and general members.
The executive board is responsible for the overarching leadership and organizational duties associated with running our fund. We strive to develop understanding of and foster curiousity about the markets while managing a portfolio that will outperform the market.
The analyst program is comprised of members with varied levels of experience, all of whom have demonstrated a keen interest in the markets. Each analyst is assigned to one of ten lean industry groups, providing an opportunity to delve deeper in a more discussion-based format. Analysts attend general meetings as well as analyst meetings.
General members have the opportunity to attend weekly meetings where we help to develop their understanding of the financial markets and investment strategy. Members seeking to distinguish themselves in our program can participate in these meetings by pitching stocks for our portfolio. Click here to see a list of the members who have pitched in this academic year.
Students looking to get involved and firms seeking additional information can contact us here.
Founded as an independent fund in 1982 with $80,000 in seed money, the Boston College Investment Club has since been included as a portion of the Boston College Endowment Fund.
In the 32 years following its inception, BCIC has strived to develop a legacy of conscientious investors who are well-attuned to the dynamic financial markets. We seek to promote those members who are passionate about the field and possess a strong sense of integrity.