A team from INCAE Business School won the Security Analysis Prize in the third annual Global Network Investment Competition on March 1.
The team, Incatraz Investments, won the $3,500 prize for its work analyzing the stock offering from Cemex Latam Holdings, a firm investing in cement products. Alpha Omega, a team from the National University of Singapore Business School, was the runner-up in the competition, winning $1,500.
The competition, sponsored by the Yale School of Management’s International Center for Finance and Bloomberg, started with more than 20 teams. Each of the four finalist teams, which also included two teams from the School of Management, Fudan University, presented an analysis of a security issued by a company in its home country. A panel of judges evaluated their analysis of the company’s potential exposure to risks, its potential for growth, its capital flows, and other factors.