Oakworth in the Community

Meet the 2019 Oakworth Summer Intern Associates

August 2, 2019, by Lindsey Owens Krausen

Emma Goolsby “Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.” -Benjamin Franklin It’s a strange feeling—being bombarded with pictures of people you know at the beach or on fabulous summer vacations and not being envious or wishing you were elsewhere. Rather, I love waking up every morning and being excited to go to work. Most interns do not have this experience. In fact, I believe most experience the...

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Oakworth helps Auburn Student Investment Fund make 11.6 percent gain in 18 months

March 6, 2019, by Lindsey Owens Krausen

Original story credit:  http://harbert.auburn.edu/news/ASIF-2019.php Since its inception in 2017, the Auburn Student Investment Fund (ASIF) made an 11.6 percent portfolio gain, seeing an initial $250,000 investment grow to $307,000 by virtue of buying and selling stocks, bonds, fixed-income investments, and contributions. The 26-member team of Harbert College finance students didn’t play the stock market with imaginary dollars or Monopoly money. It was the real thing. The Auburn Student Investment Fund portfolio consists of equities, ETFs and fixed-income...

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Meet the Oakworth Summer Intern Associates

July 31, 2018, by Lindsey Owens Krausen

Alexander Mitchell This summer at Oakworth I was able to truly be a part of the team and see all the different facets and roles of each department. Over the course of the internship I took on various projects and was given real responsibilities. In my first rotation I was able to dive into the three different financial statements paired with Moody’s Analytics software for asset base lending. This project was something that I found...

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Oakworth in the Community

April 19, 2018, by Lindsey Owens Krausen

On March 13th 2018, Oakworth Capital Bank associate, Sarah Singleton, led a group of Oakworth team members in assisting the Birmingham Education Foundation to facilitate a program called Educate Local.  The Birmingham Education Foundation, a non-profit 501c3, is dedicated to increasing the number of students in the Birmingham City school system that graduate from college and are career ready upon high school graduation.  Educate Local, an interlocking web of direct-programming for high school students, is focused...

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