You will hear from the following Old Boys:
Arthur Chao (2016)
Natixis | ACM | ASIC | Grant Thornton | RSM | Bank of China | Westpac
Investment Banking | Funds Management | Accounting | Government
AFR Top 100 Future Leader (Banking Category Winner)
UNSW (Comm/Arts) | Fudan University
Arthur Chao is a young professional with a breadth of experiences across the banking/financial services industry, having won the Westpac Banking & Financial Services Award amongst the Australian Financial Review Top 100 Future Leaders this year. He graduated High in 2016 and is currently studying Commerce/Arts at UNSW and simultaneously working full time at Natixis in their Infrastructure team, whilst having worked at Westpac Private Banking, Bank of China Corporate Banking, RSM Restructuring, Grant Thornton Audit, Australian Securities & Investments Commission (ASIC) Market Supervision and at ACM (Hong Kong hedge fund) Equity Research. He has continued his sporting pursuits of sailing and fencing from High – notably represented Australia at the Oceania Junior Fencing Championships. Arthur also serves as the Secretary of the Haymarket Chamber of Commerce amongst his other community service commitments. He attended the 2019 Fudan University Summer School and his university cocurricular pursuits include Model United Nations and debating.
Dallas Yan (2017)
Microsoft | Google | Autumn Compass
Technology | Software Engineering | Quantitative Analysis
Dean’s List Student
UNSW (Computer Science/Mathematics) (Honours)
Dallas Yan is a talented software engineer currently in his third year studying Computer Science and Advanced Mathematics at UNSW, majoring in security engineering and pure mathematics. He completed and then mentored a university computer science course whilst still at High. After graduating High in 2017, he went on to achieve numerous successes at university, such as Dean's List. His career in software engineering progressed from interning at Google in just his first year to working at Microsoft at their international US headquarters in Redmond. He currently works in quantitative analysis for algorithmic trading at Autumn Compass and continues his high school sporting pursuits of sailing and rifle shooting. He has a heavy interest in competitive programming and is a reigning divisional champion in the International Collegiate Programming Contest. Recently he has been spending most of his time watching Hololive.
Khushaal Vyas (2013)
Baker McKenzie | Welfare Rights Centre
Law | Community Service
Former President UNSW Law Society | Australian Student Leader of the Year | Australia Day Ambassador
Khushaal Vyas is an Associate at Baker McKenzie having recently completed his studies in a Bachelor of Arts (Politics Major)/Law at the University of New South Wales. At university he was the President of the UNSW Law Society – the largest university law student representative group in the nation. During his time on the UNSW Law Society, he founded a volunteer and mentoring program to work with community centres, Indigenous organisations and schools in the Dubbo-Trangie region. For his community work, Khushaal has been awarded the NSW Premier’s Multicultural Youth Medal and recognised as the Institute of Managers and Leaders Australian Student Leader of the Year. He has been appointed as an Australia Day Ambassador since 2017 and was invited to form part of the judging panel of the Australia Day Awards for 2021.
Robert Tan (2014)
Optiver | Jane Street
Former President UNSW Mathematics Society | Scholarship Student
UNSW (Actuarial/Science) (Honours) | Wharton University of Pennsylvania
Robert Tan is a trader at Optiver, a Dutch market-maker which provides liquidity to financial derivatives markets across the world. He achieved his dream of finding a stimulating job, where he could make use of mathematical reasoning and statistical modelling in his day-to-day decisions at work – not a day goes by without interesting problems to challenge him. Robert recently completed his bachelor's degrees in Actuarial Studies and Science at UNSW, graduating with first class honours in Pure Mathematics. Robert was heavily involved in student life: he was President of the Mathematics Society in 2017, a university tutor in the UNSW Risk and Actuarial School and was fortunate to spend a semester abroad at the renowned Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Robert enjoys spending his free time playing his saxophone, gaming, and teaching himself more mathematics.