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June 2020

Jun
3
Wed

Financial and Valuation Modeling Boot Camp – Wall Street Prep

Master financial and valuation modeling in this 3-day intensive virtual boot camp. Wall Street Prep's Financial and Valuation Modeling Boot Camp will teach you how to build models the way it's done on the job. This is the same intensive virtual training used to prepare incoming analysts at top financial institutions.

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Jun
8
Mon

30th Annual High Yield Bond Conference

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.

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Conference / Seminar, Virtual Events & Programming
Jun
13
Sat

Introduction to Python

In this introductory training, participants will build a core foundation in the Python programming language and how to use it for various projects. This is a hands-on course where attendees will be in development environments used by practioners and actively programming. The course concludes with a hands-on project that cohesively ties together all the covered concepts.

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Other Industry Events, Virtual Events & Programming
Jun
17
Wed

Ben Graham VII Annual Conference

The Ben Graham VII Annual Conference is the latest installment of CFA Society New York’s serialized, marquee event. The two-day conference will feature 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!

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Conference / Seminar, Value Investing, Virtual Events & Programming
Jun
25
Thu

[Webinar] Current Expected Credit Loss (CECL) reporting: Results from Day 1

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.

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Conference / Seminar, Financial Reporting and Analysis, Institutional Asset Management, Virtual Events & Programming
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