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Durham University Finance Society

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About Us

Created in 2003, DUFS is the premier and largest financial skills and careers student society at the Durham University, representing and working for over 3,500 student members.

There are no membership fees: absolutely any student enrolled at the University can join us and attend all our events for free. We can operate thanks to the generous Sponsorship of our sponsors.

 

Durham University Finance Society / Association is a Durham SU student group whose details are: Durham Students’ Union (also known as Durham SU or DSU) is a charity registered in England and Wales (1145400) and a company limited by guarantee (07689815), and its principal address is Dunelm House, New Elvet, DURHAM, County Durham, DH1 3AN.

Our Mission Statement

LEARN..

...through attending workshops and partner’s presentations.

ENGAGE

...through initiatives such as the Market Report and Investment Fund.

ACCESS...

...top-tier financial firms through networking with and applying to partners.

Latest News

Eurozone Inflation, Monetary Policy, and Ukraine

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Westjet take the opportunity to expand in recovering market

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A New Era for Defence

Military spending may be entering a ‘new era’ according to German chancellor Olaf Scholz, following his announcement of Germany’s 100 billion EUR one-off injection into their military. Germany’s long term defence policy has also taken a turn with a boost on defence expenditure as a percentage of annual GDP now at 2%, up from 1.5%.…
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