Binghamton University’s School of Management team of Robert Pim, Jonathan Heller, Brandon Fine and Ronnie Sanon took first place in the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business undergraduate stock pitch competition, held Oct. 2. Students from across the country pitched stocks with a market cap above $500 million, a daily trading volume of at least 1000,000 shares and a stock price above $2. Binghamton’s team won the final round, beating out teams from Harvard, Duke, Stanford, Michigan, Virginia and Notre Dame, among others, when it pitched GATX Corporation as a stock to short. GATX is the only publicly traded pure railcar leasing company.
Robert Pim, Jonathan Heller, Brandon Fine and Ronnie Sanon
October 7, 2016