IRL: Career Conversation and Interview Advice with Raymond Hanson '94, Credit Suisse

By Gwen M. Greene Center for Career Education and Connections

Friday, September 17, 2021 1:00pm to 2:00pm

201 Wilson Commons, Rochester, 14611

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Please join us to meet with University of Rochester alum Raymond Hanson '94, from Credit Suisse. In addition to explaining how a Japanese major started his career journey in Financial Services Technology (FinTech), Ray will reflect on his 15+ years as an interviewer and provide tips and techniques to help prepare you for your next interview.

Raymond Hanson is a Managing Director of Credit Suisse in the Investment Banking division, based in New York. He is the global technology lead for the Divisional Program and RegTech Delivery organization, responsible for delivery of multiple global programs (ex LIBOR) as well as cross-asset technology platforms spanning Regulatory (RegTech), Repo, Margin, and Collateral. Prior to this role, Raymond held a variety of Sales and Trading technology roles at Credit Suisse in both New York and Tokyo, primarily focused on Fixed Income Trading across cash and derivatives markets. In addition, he has served in a number of regional IT management roles, including Head of Tokyo IT. Raymond received a bachelor’s degree magna cum laude from the University of Rochester and is fluent in Japanese. At the University of Rochester, Raymond initially planned to major in Computer Science but ultimately graduated with a double major in Political Science and Japanese, which led him to Japan after graduation. There he spent three years teaching English in Junior High Schools in rural Japan through placement on the JET (Japan Exchange and Teaching) Programme. During this time, he was also very active in designing websites for various organizations, which ultimately opened the door for his initial role at Credit Suisse (Financial Products) in the Tokyo office as a Front Office application developer.

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