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September 09, 1998 - Image 14

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14- The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 9, 1998

Global Graduate
Career Opportunities
You've seen the headlines...

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 signifi-
cant investment banks.
We operate a true meritocracy. From your first day we'll expect to
see qualities which go beyond the academic.
We want to see the confident communication of complex ideas
and the depth of character required for early responsibility. We
want to know that you can make things happen.

ties for development will continue as your career takes off. But
you won't be held back by bureaucratic structures.
If you think you can make an immediate contribution in a highly
demanding environment, then take this opportunity to speak
with us.
Check with Career Services when we will be visiting your campus.
All applications for graduate and internship positions can be
made via our website. We are an equal opportunity employer.



Apply to


Having first experienced one of investment banking's finest edu-

*References to Warburg Dillon Read in the United States refer to



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