We put the power of successful TCU alumni in the finance field to work for you. Our Transaction and Investment Professionals (TIP) Board will guide you through résumé writing, interview preparation, internship and career opportunities, and career planning.

Since the founding of the Transaction and Investment Professionals Board in 2014, the average annual student placement has tripled.


To promote the competitiveness and placement of TCU students and alumni among the highest ranks of the transaction and related industries including investment banking, equity research, private equity and hedge funds.


To build a successful and sustainable organization through the development and mentorship of students, giving them the resources and support to develop into confident and inspiring professionals.

Placement Rate
Competitive Finance Internships since 2014
Students Placed
Full-time Finance Positions since 2014 
Students Placed
Bulge Bracket or Elite Advisory Boutique Summer Analyst Programs since 2014

  Campbell Robinson
Cinctive, New York City
Michael Byron
Andeavor, Cleveland
  Claire Groves
BofA Securities, New York
Bret Hildebrandt
Green Thumb Industries, Chicago
  Annie Maguire
Barclays, New York City
  Anna Pelch
Pritzker Private Capital, Chicago
  Gian Turco
Liberty Hall, New York
  Bennett Yasskin
Linden Capital Partners, Chicago

Christine Anding
Goldman Sachs, New York
Jose Barron
Goldman Sachs, Dallas
Jake Carty
Citi, Houston
Jacob Choulet
Zillow, Phoenix
Jason Cline
BofA Securities, Houston
Dylan Dotter
Scotiabank, Houston
Michael Edgcomb
Citi, Chicago
James Griffin
Credit Suisse, New York
David Hansen
BofA Securities, New York
Morris Herman
Goldman Sachs, Dallas
Bianca Hursh
J.P. Morgan, San Francisco 
Michael Marsh
Sky Island Capital, Dallas
Dominic Micheli
Goldman Sachs, Dallas 
Kelli Pederson
Goldman Sachs, New York
Mark Senter
NGP, Dallas
Pierce Stonesifer
Jefferies, Houston
Madison Stottle
Pizza Hut, Dallas
Brooks Thomas
Houlihan Lokey, Dallas
Blake Tilley
Cotton Creek Capital, Austin
Grace Turner
Moelis, New York
Griffin Whiting
J.P. Morgan, New York
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The Transaction and Investment Professionals (TIP) Board offers mentoring for select TCU finance majors. Mentors have high expectations of all students accepted. Ensure you meet the following requirements.

How to Apply

  • Next application cycle opens Fall 2021.
  • A résumé and TCU unofficial transcript must be submitted with the application.
  • Applicants selected for interviews will be notified. 

  • 3.5 cumulative GPA by the end of sophomore fall semester.
  • In good standing with TCU and the Neeley School of Business when applying and through graduation.

  • Act in good faith to the objectives of the mentors.
  • Commit to regular dialogue with mentors.
  • Respond within 24 hours of initial mentor communication.
  • Schedule monthly status update calls with junior and senior mentors.
  • Commit to the preparation needed to obtain an upper-level finance internship.
  • Commit to join the board after graduation if invited.
  • The mentors may remove a participant at any time if not meeting expectations.