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8 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 29, 1998

S,

You
Make it Happen
Global Graduate
Career Opportunities
You've seen the headlines...now read the small print.

IS

"Without question...an investment banking powerhouse"
-Wall Street Journal
In June 1998, Union Bank of Switzerland merged with Swiss
Bank Corporation to create the new UBS AG.
The investment banking businesses of both banks came
together to form Warburg Dillon Read* - one of the world's
most significant investment banks.
As a world leader among financial institutions, Warburg
Dillon Read has opportunities for students interested in join-
ing an organization that has built it's franchise as the invest-
ment bank of choice, meeting the global banking needs of
our clients.

...a worthy contender to rival the American groups that style
themselves as 'global' players"-The Times
We cordially invite the engineering students of University of
Michigan to learn more about graduate opportunities in
Information Technology and Sales and Trading:
Tuesday, September 29, 1998
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
North Campus 1017 Dowe
All applications for graduate and internship positions can be
made via our website. WWW.wdr.com
We are an equal opportunity employer.

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