Zayd Khoury

Zayd Khoury

Work History

Work History
Jun 2007 - Aug 2007

Financial Analyst, Investment Banking Division, M&A Telecom Group

Morgan Stanley
  • Researched the Southeast Asian telecommunications industry for the period from 1996-2006 to forecast future potential growth using key indicators such as GDP growth and the percent growth of wireline and wireless consumers; research resulted in the compilation of the Asia-Pacific Report on Telecommunications in emerging markets
  • Analyzed 200+ potential target companies’ key financial documents such as quarterly and annual income statements, annual balance sheets and discounted cash flow statements to ensure accuracy of valuations; work guaranteed that potential clients interested in acquiring target companies received the most thorough and accurate financial information
  • Compiled 20+ one page reports for clients summarizing potential investment options using up-to-date financial date acquired through Bloomberg and company financial statements; research helped in securing over 3 major clients
Sep 2005 - Aug 2006

Investigator, Civil Rights Division, Criminal Section

Department of Justice
  • Created a customized case database used to track case available evidence, case federal and local enforcement agencies’ ongoing investigations, and case legal merit or where a case is prosecutable 
    • Reviewed and made preliminary determination if a case was prosecutable under Civil Rights  Federal statutes; resulted in closing of over 40+ cases due to lack of evidence
    • Contacted local and federal law enforcement agencies requesting additional information pertaining to ongoing cases before making preliminary determination of case’s merit; resulted in expansion of investigations in over 30+ cases
  • Worked with attorneys to help prepare cases including collecting, organizing, and preparing evidence for trial; resulted in favorable verdicts in 3 cases
Jun 2003 - Aug 2003

Science Technician Intern

National Science Foundation
  • Created a procedure to compare Ph.D. dissertations with government Small Business Investment Research(SBIR) grant proposals with proposals to identify possible plagarizing, which led to 2 potential cases \
    • Synthesized this procedure into a database, which was used to track newly submitted Small Business Innovation Research grant proposals, with the result of identifying two possible fraud cases.

Education

Education
Aug 2006 - Jun 2008

Beijing Normal University

John Fisher Zeidman Fellow   

Sidwell Friends School                                                               

Awarded Fellowship for language study in Beijing Normal University

Aug 2001 - Jun 2005

Bachelor of Science

College of William and Mary

Secondary Concentration - Charles and Emery Reves Center

Major: International Studies

Specialty: East Asian Studies

Skills

Skills

Microsoft Office

Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Powerpoint.

Arabic Language

Semi-Proficient in comprehension of spoken Arabic including Lebanese and Palestinian dialects

Chinese Language

Interest

  Traveling, learning languages, reading, soccer, international foreign policy and economic

  events, meeting, and interacting with new people