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Computer Science Sales

New York, New York, United States
October 30, 2016

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Xun Wang

** ***** **. ***-***, New York, NY

917-***-**** EDUCATION

New York University, NYC, NY, U.S.A

Master of Science, Financial Engineering January 2016

• Cumulative GPA: 3.82/4.0

• Scholarship: Graduate School of Engineering Scholarship George Mason University, Fairfax, VA, U.S.A

Bachelor of Science, Computer Science August 2013

• Cumulative GPA: 3.68/4.0

• Awards: Dean’s List Award for Academic Excellence, Outstanding Graduates Scholarship provided Sino-American 1+2+1 Dual-Degree Program

Shandong University, China

Bachelor of Science, Computer Science and Technology June 2010

• Freshman Year GPA: 86.06/100.0

• Scholarship: First Class Scholarship for Academic Excellence (Awarded to Top 5% among 100 students) SKILLS AND CERTIFICATIONS

• SQL, Python, Java, C++, R, VBA, QuickBook, R, C, Matlab, and SAS Base

• Bloomberg Terminal Certified

• Base Programmer for SAS 9 Certified

• Chinese (native speaker) and English (fluent)


Pax Ventures, NYC, NY, U.S.A January 2016-Current

Financial Analyst

• Reconciled Tips, Tax, Discounts, Cash on hand, and Credit Card for 21 stores every week

• Made general entries and analyzed daily sales for 7 stores

• Did Sales Test and P&L for 21 stores every week

• Wrote basic VBA codes as required and ran macro in the excel spreadsheets

• Communicated with managers from 21 stores when needed Bank of Communications, Jiaxing, China

Intern November 2013-June 2014

• Managed monthly, quarterly, and yearly balance sheets provided by around 50 corporate customers

• Organized around 1,000 money orders monthly

• Monitored and updated around 50 corporate customers’ contract and profile information

• Controlled contracts, such as money orders, loan, and guaranty agreements

• Participated in regular weekly branch meetings


Risk management and forecasting – compare and estimate performances for the elements of four stock indices

• Gathered data for the daily returns for the top ten components of the XLE ETF, Dow Jones Transportation Index, WTI and S&P 500 index over the last three years respectively

• Computed the betas for each component to identify the company exhibiting the highest beta

• Implemented the Fama-French Three Factor model and obtained estimates for the returns and volatility for each of the six portfolios (small size and low Book-to-Market, small size and medium Book-to-Market, small size and high Book- to-Market, big size and low Book-to-Market, big size and Medium Book-to-Market, big size and high Book-to-Market) for all the components of the S&P 500 during the year 2014 LEADERSHIP ROLES

New York University, NYC, NY, U.S.A

Graduate Teaching Assistant September 2015-December 2015

• Proctored exams, graded homework and exam papers for 30 students

• Hold office hours and responded to students’ questions

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