ENGG 390 Reports (MEM Students)


Han YanFollow

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Dave Tabor

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Publication Date

Summer 9-2-2022


For the past summer, I served as a summer analyst at an investment bank in New York, specializing in healthcare coverage. Accordingly, I primarily engaged with healthcare corporations, helping them execute transactions such as equity and bond offering, mergers and acquisitions, private placement, spin-off, divestiture, restructuring, and more. One of the projects I was staffed on was a licensing transaction for which I needed to conduct a valuation of its clinical-stage pharmaceutical assets to provide an accurate intrinsic value. To do so, I incorporate the random forest model and PrOCTOR method developed by the Department of Public Health into the traditional risk-adjusted net present value model so that my client could better understand the value of the drug in the pipeline.

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