The Alternative Investments Group (AIG) is a BBA student organization created within Emory University’s Goizueta Business School with the dual objectives of networking and educating Goizueta undergraduates in private equity, venture capital, and hedge funds.
Private equity, venture capital, and hedge funds will continue to play a prominent role in financial markets over the long term. AIG prepares its members for careers in these areas, either immediately after graduation or following other work in finance. In support of this pursuit, AIG creates opportunities to learn about these industries and interact with various relevant professionals.
The purpose of Goizueta Investment Management is to supplement students’ experiences in the MBA program by providing them with additional exposure to the areas of asset valuation and investment management through a student-managed investment fund. A contribution of $45,000 from the Dietz Scholarship Fund began the Goizueta Equity Fund (the “Fund”) in 2000, and in 2003 this initial amount was augmented by a $250,000 endowment from the Goizueta Business School. Click here to learn more about the Fund’s objectives.