About TUIA

Temple University Investment Association

Temple University Investment Association (TUIA) is one of the largest finance SPOs in the Fox School of Business. TUIA’s main goal is to help prepare its members to land jobs at the top financial institutions in the world. TUIA mainly focuses on capital markets, investment banking, and the buy-side.

The organization brings in industry speakers from all walks of finance, including investment banking, equity research, private equity, ESG investing, corporate finance, fixed income, and economic research. TUIA teaches its members the basics of financial markets, the ins and outs of networking, and  the professional development needed to land a job on Wall Street. TUIA serves as the first step for students interested in joining the Owl Fund.

The William C. Dunkelberg Owl Fund is a $700,000 long-only equity student-managed investment fund that operates as the parent entity of the Temple University Investment Association. Over it’s 10-year history, the Fund boasts a 100% job placement rate, including at many of the most prestigious firms on Wall Street. The Owl Fund has sent students to Goldman Sachs, Bank of America, McKinsey, Evercore, RBC Capital Markets, Citigroup, J.P. Morgan, Barclays and countless other top firms. To join the Owl Fund, students must first become a TUIA member. Please feel free to reach out for additional information at inquiry@theowlfund.com.