Can you name the value of a bank’s assets minus its liabilities? If you can, why not enter the FT MBA quiz — and test your knowledge against your peers.
The Financial Times is working with Médecins Sans Frontières, the medical aid charity, to raise money to help it carry on providing emergency medical care to patients wherever it is needed and to raise awareness of humanitarian crises. Here is how business school students can help — with a great opportunity to use their skills and talents to raise money.
The MBA fundraising quiz takes place on the evening of Tuesday March 21 at the FT offices in London. Hosted by Andrew Hill, management editor, up to 12 teams of three to six business school students will test their knowledge of economics and current affairs.
Each table is hosted by an FT journalist and there will be plenty of time to network over a glass of wine. Last year’s quiz was won by Imperial College Business School for the third year running — could your school break their run in 2017?
The winning team’s business school is crowned by Andrew as “smartest business school on the planet” and receives a free advertisement in the FT.
And if you knew the answer to the opening question was “bank capital”, then you are in with a chance.
Who should enter?
The MBA quiz is for business schools worldwide. Entry is limited to one team per business school
Entry fee: £2,000 per school
Team size: Three to six members
Venue: The Financial Times, One Southwark Bridge, London SE1 9HL
Time: Tuesday March 21 6pm-9pm
To enter fill in this form
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for entry: March 14 2017