I am a senior double majoring in Economics (Business Option) and Real Estate from the Fisher School of Business at The Ohio State University set to graduate in May 2020. I am a dedicated and hardworking student with excellent time management skills and team working ability. In combining a rigorous academic experience with professional roles, I have a strong history of professional success as both an intern and a student.

In the summer of 2017, I interned at Ernst and Young (E.Y.) as a Research Analyst Intern in the Department of Taxation. I focused on Transfer Pricing, specifically on the laws & regulations when two entities of the same MNC trade resources internally (domestically and internationally).

In the summer of 2018, I interned at Nestlé as a Treasury Intern in the Finance & Control Department.  I actively worked on implementing UPI (Unified Payment Interface) for Nestlé’s domestic distributors, which reduced Trade Cash Flow by 18% over 2 months. I also worked on the FMCG (Fast Moving Consumer Goods) project. Focal points from my Nestlé Internship include market research and due diligence, valuation, pricing, investment income & capital budgeting, cash flow valuation and complex problem-solving.

Currently, I am working as a Research Intern for Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL). I focus on analyzing and editing quarterly reports for the local commercial real estate market along with contributing to the market statistics process. I also respond to all internal and external clients’ requests for data and information, while earning my Double Bachelor Degrees in Economics and Real Estate respectively.

I can be reached through LinkedIn (Bottom left link), or by email at khan.649@osu.edu