Shigenori ArakiPresidentShigenori Araki joined a general trading company after graduating from Waseda University.
After working primarily in a devision related imports and exports with India and China, he obtained an MBA from the Wharton Business School of the University of Pennsylvania, USA.
Starting in 1996, as a member of the private banking business start-up team at Goldman Sachs Securities, he cultivated businesses targeted at the affluent market.
Since then, he has worked in various positions including vice president at Merrill Lynch and director at Alliance Bernstein, and Japan branch manager at Janus Capital International.
Part-time lecturer of Graduate School of Finance, Accounting & Law at Waseda University.
Vice-Secretary of the Waseda University Finance Alumni Society.
Alan AcostaChief Administrative Officer, Director of Overseas Business DivisionGraduated from University of the Pacific and joined the Research Department of Baring Securities (Japan) in 1986 as an equity research analyst.
In 1993 transferred to the Buenos Aires branch of Baring Securities. In 1995 joined Nomura Securities in Tokyo as a member of the Research Department and later transferred to the Client Relations Management Department. In 2008 completed the MBA program at the University of Chicago.
Our interns’ current enrollment：
Tokyo University Department of Science and Engineering, Waseda University Department of Political Science and Economics, Waseda University Department of Education, Tokyo Institute of Technology Department of Industrial engineering and Management, Tokyo University of Science Department of Chemical Science and Technology, Sophia University Department of Science and Technology
Instead of having a set list of responsibilities, we deal with different tasks every day. As a result, I am able to ameliorate my personal and professional skills with an open mind and learn how fun work can be. In addition, the staff are very kind and they give constructive feedback, so I believe this is a great environment for students who are about to enter the “real world.”