Yale School of Management

Internship Spotlight Podcast: Oscar Licea Perez ’21, Morgan Stanley

This episode is part of a special mini-series of “Career Conversations” focused on MBA summer internships. We asked rising second-year MBA students to check in from their summer internships, where they are applying the lessons of their first year at Yale SOM.

October 7, 2020

Oscar Licea Perez ’21 interned at Morgan Stanley in the investment banking division for Latin America. Before coming to Yale SOM, he founded his own micro-lending group, working as its CFO until he was invited to work for the central bank of Mexico.

Oscar Licea Perez ’21

Oscar Licea Perez '21

Internship: Morgan Stanley
Pronouns: he/him/his
Hometown: Mexico City, Mexico
Clubs and affiliations: Finance Club, Investment Management Club, Yale Graduate Mexican Society
Favorite Yale SOM Class: Real Estate for Institutional Investors
Favorite New Haven eatery: Mezcal 
Favorite Professor: Rodrigo Canales (Innovator course)
Favorite Yale SOM community event: The Dia De Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) Fall Party from the Association of Hispanic and Latin American Students and Academic Affairs and Student Life

Chicago Marathon 2017
2017 Chicago Marathon

Bonus facts: I love to play golf and I am a black belt in tae kwon do. I ran the 2017 Chicago Marathon and finished it thanks to my fiancée, who pushed me through the finish line.

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Oscar Licea Perez