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Taylor Cook

Taylor Cook

Communications Associate

Acadian Asset Management

Boston, MA

Whether at work or in bootcamp, I thrive off of a challenge--the more complex and sweatier, the better. I'm a hustler who likes to get things done and check off my to do list. In my personal and professional life I encourage others do to the same-- to push your limits, and then you will have none.

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Acadian Asset Management

Client Communications Associate

Acadian Asset Management specializes in active global and international equity strategies, employing sophisticated analytical models for active stock selection. The Client Communications team is responsible for most standard communications sent to clients, including: custom monthly commentary/deliverables, quarter-end commentary and reports,various monthly, quarterly, semi-annual and annual questionnaires of a due diligence nature and consultant-targeted communications, including quarterly questionnaires and ad-hoc projects.

Career

Business Intelligence Advisors

Analyst & Junior Project Manager

Working with CIA veterans to gather intelligence in the financial space. I conduct proprietary behavioral research on public company disclosures and due diligence on businesses and their leaders for private equity clients. Think of 'Lie to Me' meets Homeland but for the finance world.

Bates College

Bachelor of the Arts, Politics- Concentration in Gender Studies and International Relations

Tuck Business Bridge Program, Summer 2011

Think of this as a mini-MBA boot camp for liberal arts students. We pretended we were MBA candidates--taking Tuck classes, taught by Tuck professors and did real MBA level homework. If you're a liberal arts student who is thinking, "Hey business sounds kind of cool!" then go here: http://bridge.tuck.dartmouth.edu/

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BIG CAREER MOMENT

I knew I had more potential than the responsibilities I was given, and I yearned for new challenges and skill sets. After I ask for more another department within my Company took a chance on me to train me as a Junior Project Manager--I was the only analyst to ever make that leap. That is the power of #Ask4More.