Events Search and Views Navigation
Cyber security has become more important in today’s more connected world. At this event, attendees will learn what critical issues threaten ﬁnancial ﬁrm and how to address them. Attendees will gain an extensive understanding of the wide range of existing threats within the growing global ﬁnancial industry.
POSTPONED: Advanced technologies (e.g. AI, machine learning) are slowly permeating the real estate industry allowing owner/operators, investors, agents/brokers and other end-users of real estate to operate in a more efficient real estate marketplace.
The program will highlight the dominant players in China’s burgeoning tech sector, both in the public and private markets.
Russell G. Golden's 7-year term as FASB Chairman is coming to an end in June. A long-time staff member at the FASB, Mr. Golden served as Technical Director of the FASB, overseeing staff work on accounting standards and technical application and implementation activities and chaired the Emerging Issues Task Force before becoming FASB Chairman. These roles helped prepare him to lead the adoption and implementation of two of the most significant revisions to accounting standards ever: revenue recognition and lease accounting. At this presentation,Mr. Golden will reflect on his years leading the FASB, the Board's accomplishments, as well as its unfinished business. He will also provide a personal assessment of accounting standard setting and financial reporting in the years ahead.
Day one's High Yield Bond (HYB) "Master Class" focuses on the basic building blocks of high yield investment. On the following day, CFA Society New York’s longest-running conference brings attendees up-to-the-minute on the market outlook and key innovations with the "General Session" of the 30th Annual HYB Conference.
The Ben Graham VII Annual Conference is the latest installment of CFA Society New York’s serialized, marquee event. The full-day conference features panels on the current state of value investing—both domestic and international—challenges and opportunities for value investing as volatility has recently returned, and much more!
This conference brings together leading private markets allocators, consultants and fund managers who focus on private equity, private credit, growth equity, and venture capital to learn how they select winners, add value and deliver returns.
The Current Expected Credit Loss (CECL) standard became effective for significant financial institutions and other SEC files on January 1, 2020. This standard changing the way for which credit losses are reserved was expected to be especially important for U.S. banks and other large lenders.
This event focuses on the risk management frameworks for financial services companies. The discussion will examine how various large, medium, small and start up firms identify, measure, monitor, and control risk
Join us for this complimentary member event, where CFA Society New York facilitates introductions with members of common interests. Learn just how vital CFA Society New York’s Volunteer Groups are to the CFA Society New York's community, and ways in which your involvement can benefit both your professional career, and the Society as a whole.
This event provides an opportunity to hear from a distinguished panel of overlay specialists and risk analytics providers on the different tools available for investors to efficiently manage their portfolio risk exposures. Over the last few decades, investor portfolios have becoming much more complex. With numerous moving parts, investors face many challenges when attempting to analyze and manage portfolio risks.
Transitioning military veterans enter the workforce with diverse experiences and tremendous leadership capacity. The November 6th event explores how veterans focused on financial fields can better take inventory of their strengths, preferences, and tolerances to make fulfilling choices that give them greater staying power in their Wall Street roles.
Deleveraging and newly imposed regulatory restrictions have hindered traditional bank lenders activity, and in turn restricted the capital available to many segments of the US and global economies. This has created a tremendous opportunity for alternative lenders to step in to fill the void. Attracted by the enhanced yield profile available in the private credit market, alternative lenders, such as specialty lenders, hedge funds, BDCs and other private pools of capital have helped to re-introduce market liquidity.
This event is for professionals thinking about launching, ready to launch or recently launched a mone ymanagement firm. Panel discussions will be focused on issues that concern anyone starting or running a successful money management firm. Attendees will learn about issues surrounding presentation development, Legal and regulatory, Compliance, Marketing, Capital raising, Administration, and Operations.