Author: Lior Scheinbach

Lior Scheinbach

Lior is a candidate in the MFin program, class of 2017. Lior completed his undergraduate degree in the Medical sciences in Canada. He enjoyed his experience at the Smith School of Business last summer and gained valuable experience in banking prior to arriving to Cambridge. Despite the opinion of most, Lior maintains he has a sense of humor and does his best to keep active in his spare time — even though his athletic talents proved uncompetitive long ago.

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At Sloan: A One-day Conference is worth a Year-long Experience


Any student at Sloan is able to join any student run clubs of his interest at the beginning of the school year. Sloan clubs include anything from Quantitative Finance to Basketball. In addition to these, there are multiple student-managed conferences that Sloan students partake in including – the world-famous … Read more 

My FRP: Familiar Place, Less-than-familiar Experience

It’s hard to believe that a year ago I had the chance to interview at MIT Sloan for the MFin program.  Unsurprisingly, a lot has changed. For one, I can get around campus much quicker, and I know which building ‘e62’ is. Remarkably, however, much has not changed. Most important … Read more 

MFins Embracing Spontaneity on Thanksgiving Break

If you ask my friend about my willingness to “do something on Thanksgiving” on the weeks and days leading to it, my answers were unequivocally non-committal. Among my responses, “For how many nights again?” and, “Where should we go?”, “who else is coming?”, “I probably have too much work”… and … Read more 

When MFins and Fintech meet in NYC

A truly incredible aspect of being a student at MIT Sloan is the opportunity to engage in events that would be otherwise be elusive at best. Let me explain. During our summer term at Sloan, all students in our program received an email about an upcoming FinTech conference that will … Read more 

Obstacles, icebreakers, and a lot else about orientation at MIT Sloan


The past two weeks were among the most exciting and interesting of my life. I got to meet and befriend many incredibly fascinating people from all over the world, begin to explore Boston and Cambridge, and even celebrate my first 4th of July in the States.
I was telling my … Read more