Mitchell Aulds-Stier has built a long and successful career in finance with a particular focus on Investment Banking.
At a young age, Mitchell Aulds-Stier developed strong interests in the subjects of math and science. As he got older, he also became interested in the business and finance world and knew he wanted to be a part of this fast past and ever changing industry.
After high school graduation, Mitchell Aulds-Stier decided he wanted to learn more about the business world to see if it might be a good fit for his future career path. He took a few Into to Business classes at Ivy Tech Community College and later went on to earn his Associate’s Degree in Business Administration.
With a newly developed understanding of which career path he wanted to pursue, Mitchell Aulds-Stier headed to the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University to study both Finance and Management.
Kelley School of Business
While enrolled at the Kelley School of Business, Mitchell Aulds-Stier made many connections with professors and became involved with many school programs and activities. He was the Treasurer of the Society for Human Resource Management as well as the Vice President of Finance for the International Business Club. He stood as a Senator for the Capital Investment Club and was a Senior Delegate on the Executive Committee for the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis Student Government (KSBISG).
In December 2012, Mitchell Aulds-Stier earned his Bachelor of Science degree from the Kelley School of Business after completing a dual major in Finance and Management. He graduated earning Highest Distinction and was ranked third out of the 500 students in his class.
Upon earning his Bachelor Degree and completing various internships, Mitchell Aulds-Stier began his finance career as an Investment Banking Analyst at BB&T Capital Markets, a regional commercial bank based in Winston-Salem, NC.
Mitchell Aulds-Stier is working on expanding his professional career while pursuing both CFA and CAIA designations. He is also in the process in applying to graduate schools to earn his Masters degree in Business Administration.