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Anthony Feenick ’17 has been awarded an inaugural CoreNet NYC 2016 Scholarship for the 2016-2017 academic year.
Anthony is currently a second-year MBA student, and prior to that worked in J.P. Morgan’s Private Bank for five years in Chicago and New York. In Chicago, he worked with a team that underwrote structured loans to the wealthiest of the bank’s clients and families, while in New York, he worked on a team that created custom analytics and modelling for business owners and corporate executives.
Anthony became interested in real estate at J.P. Morgan through his work with real estate executives, and was drawn to their desire to change neighborhoods and communities through their investments (in addition to generating returns!) He is heading to Tishman Speyer—where he interned over the summer—after graduation, and hopes to focus on office and residential development in and around New York City.
More about the CoreNet NYC Scholarship
CoreNet NYC is excited to have kicked off the first year of their academic excellence program. CoreNet NYC’s External Relations Committee partnered with CBS and NYU Schack Institute of Real Estate to identify top candidates while promoting awareness of the CoreNet Global brand amongst the universities’ up and coming real estate professionals.