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Saeol holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Manchester Business School. She is currently working as a business analyst in the international wealth management division of Credit Suisse Private Bank, based in London. She is responsible for providing in-depth analysis and strategic recommendations on IWM products to senior management and managing cross-divisional projects within the bank. She previously worked as an investment fund performance manager on Credit Suisse Asset Management’s global real estate team. She analysed the fund and asset performance, mandated international products and managed the financial performance and investor reporting. Prior to Credit Suisse, Saeol was part of a London assurance team at PwC where she qualified for her ACA and advised clients in various industries, mainly focusing on private equity real estate and international conglomerate clients.
Saeol is an inquisitive person who enjoys learning various topics, new experiences, challenges, interacting with people from different cultures and trying out various concepts. This is one of the key reasons why Saeol decided to join the Masters in Finance programme. During her studies, she aims to broaden her horizons, build a strong professional network and strengthen her academic and commercial knowledge.
In addition to being a student ambassador and merit scholar at LBS, Saeol is a member of the Philanthropy Committee at Credit Suisse, where she contributes to fundraising, charity events and the awareness of its importance. In her spare time, Saeol is very passionate about sports, traveling, food and fashion. She enjoys practicing yoga, running, cooking, discovering design and trends, and is also a member of the Korean Club at LBS. She is looking forward to sharing her academic and professional experience and her journey to LBS with anyone who would like to find out more.
Saeol Lim was a recipient of the MiFPT MiF Merit Scholarship (LBS Fund)