[Cambridge, Massachusetts, June 7/6/2020 — ] Khan noted his surprise at how many amazing teams came for the Hackathon. The winning team created an app that would read financial contracts using O.C.R.. technology and find patterns in these agreements.
Khan’s team focused on solving the persistent issue of predatory lending. The team proposed an innovative way to inform victims of predatory lending through an early alert text message.
The team built the technology by looking at research that suggests that people are more likely to attend their court hearing if they are informed on the day of the hearing.
The technology would use free public gateways to text the victims of predatory lending to show up for their hearings. The use of public gateways means that the customers would not have to pay for the services, and it would be free to send messages to the clients. …
Jacob Khan was a Finance Intern at Harvard Faculty of Arts and Science for his second-year summer internship at Harvard. He worked with the finance team at the Division of Science.
Khan said he learned a lot about how to deal with large amounts of data. Khan also led the division’s digitization efforts and was impressed with the work ethic and collaboration of the team.
Khan says he learned a lot about how to automate data in Excel using VBA and gained meaningful experience in data analytics and reporting.
About Jacob Khan
Jacob Khan is an A.L.B. Candidate at Harvard University studying Business Administration & Management in Extension Studies class of 2021. Jacob is a student member of the Harvard Business School Association of Boston and the Harvard Alumni Entrepreneurs. Jacob has an interest in leadership and management and is spending his summer interning at a search fund as a Private Equity Analyst. …
[Cambridge, Massachusetts, June 7/2/2020 — ] Jacob Khan published an excel spreadsheet with over 75 Finance movies and T.V. shows for Summer 2020.
Please visit the spreadsheet for more details at https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1yey_jgRr6ngMMk5lXbM0aPsvhf49wL-Qi-6fsbPOhcQ/edit?usp=sharing
Here is a shortlist of the movies & TV shows:
Barbarians at the Gate
Betting on Zero
Billionaire boys club
Masters of the Universe
Money For Nothing
Jacob Khan spent the weekend of November 8th, 2019, at MIT Sloan as a student competitor from Harvard University.
Khan worked with a team of Northeastern, Harvard, and MIT Sloan students to form innovative ways to solve the issue of investor onboarding.
The team came up with a solution to this problem by using blockchain technology. The pitch deck from the presentation can be viewed on SlideShare at the following link: https://www.slideshare.net/JacobJKhan/2019-mit-fintech-buildathon-organized-by-the-mit-fintech-club-with-sponsorship-from-the-financial-industry-regulatory-authority-finra-and-deloitte
About Jacob Khan
Jacob Khan is an A.L.B. Candidate at Harvard University studying Business Administration & Management in Extension Studies class of 2021. Jacob is a student member of the Harvard Business School Association of Boston and the Harvard Alumni Entrepreneurs. …
Jacob Khan Launches new LinkedIn page, for more information, please visit the page https://www.linkedin.com/in/jacobkhan1/
[Cambridge, Massachusetts, June 6/23/2020 — ] Jacob khan is inviting visitors to explore the LinkedIn page. The new page has been designed to offer the ultimate user-friendly experience with increased functionality allowing users to gain deeper insights into postings by Jacob Khan.
The page features a new photo of Jacob Khan, an updated bio page, and updated work experience.
For more information on Jacob Khan, please visit the site https://www.linkedin.com/in/jacobkhan1/
About Jacob Khan
Jacob Khan is an A.L.B. Candidate at Harvard University studying Business Administration & Management in Extension Studies class of 2021. Jacob is a student member of the Harvard Business School Association of Boston and the Harvard Alumni Entrepreneurs. Jacob has an interest in leadership and management and is spending his summer interning at a search fund as a Private Equity Analyst. During the regular semester Jacob Khan works as a Equity Research Analyst at Harvard Business School for an MBA Professor of Finance. Last semester Jacob was a Senior Investment Research Analyst at the Harvard Financial Analyst Club. …
[Cambridge, Massachusetts, June 6/22/2020 — ] Jacob Khan has speculated a decline in topline growth for most of the companies in the S&P 500, and these companies are facing an increase COGS & SGNA due to significant supply chain disruptions. Both of these two factors are not great for free cash flow, which are the main drivers of corporate valuations. Khan also notes that the CPI (Consumer Price Index) has also not increased; therefore, it is obvious that retained earnings for most companies will be down.
At the present moment, the market has not factored these underlying conditions efficiently, evident by valuations still being high. …
[Cambridge, Massachusetts, June 6/20/2020 — ]
(Jacob Khan at Baker Library, Harvard Business School September 2019)
After landing a summer internship at a Boston Search Fund as a Private Equity Analyst, Jacob Khan applied for the SVMP program at HBS however, due to COVID-19, HBS transferred it to be a Virtual Management program for 2020. COVID-19 has affected the learning experience and Khan was impressed by how Harvard Business School was able to adapt an on campus residence program to online within two months.
While in this program, Khan gained deep insight into leadership and management. One of the most remarkable experiences for Khan was the LeBron James case study in which he was able to explore the various compensation structures in how a deal can be made. Khan also enjoyed the cold calling experience and felt he gained knowledge about how decisions can be made given limited information. …