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Financial Management Association

The Financial Management Association (FMA) is a student organization committed to expanding the academic horizons and career opportunities at the University of Tennessee.

Dues are $75 per year ($40 per semester). Membership application to join is linked in the right column of this page. 

FMA Dues

The Financial Management Association hosts monthly business speakers, and active members are eligible to take trips to New York or Chicago and Omaha.



The FMA schedules monthly meetings with financial professionals, giving students a chance to learn more about current issues and careers in finance.

The group also organizes the following group trips:

The university is privileged to be among the few schools that Mr. Warren Buffett, legendary investor and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, allows to visit him at his offices in Omaha, Nebraska. The trips are scheduled every other year. To find out more about the FMA trips to Omaha, read A Brief History of FMA Trips to Omaha.

The Financial Management Association also travels to New York City to tour the city and meet with distinguished financial professionals.  This trip is also scheduled every other year.

The FMA trip to New York includes visits to the New York Stock Exchange, New York Mercantile Exchange, Bloomberg Corporate Headquarters, Price Waterhouse Coopers and Morgan Stanley.  We will also tour “60 Hudson Street”, NBC Studios and the 9/11 Memorial. 


Elizabeth Adams, 2014 FMA Treasurer, talks about what the FMA means to her. See video below.

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