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April 2021

Apr
19
Mon

Spotting Financial Shenanigans in Corporate Filings

Do those quarterly reports look just too good to be true? Sometimes, larger-than-life updates can seem like a great opportunity … until reality sets in. Join CFA Society New York’s Financial Reporting and Analysis interest group for a complete crash course in spotting weak and deteriorating companies that may be using a variety of accounting gimmicks or other inventive tactics to hide their problems from investors. 

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Conference / Seminar, Financial Reporting and Analysis, Virtual Events & Programming
Apr
22
Thu

LIBOR Transition Series

LIBOR has played a pivotal benchmarking role in global financial markets for 35 years, but as this role winds down and firms transition to using SOFR and other reference rates, millions of contracts worth hundreds of trillions of dollars must be retooled. Join us as we invite leaders from across the industry to share their expertise during this transition period. In three sessions, speakers will address implications for capital markets and asset management, share their observations on the current process, and envision actionable strategies for firms to navigate complex legal, methodological, and regulatory considerations.

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

May 2021

May
11
Tue

Legal Cannabis and Financial Services: What Investors Need to Know

Shifting public sentiment on cannabis is bringing the U.S. ever closer to significant federal legislation that would allow financial services firms to work with the cannabis industry.

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Conference / Seminar, Financial Reporting and Analysis, Virtual Events & Programming
May
25
Tue

LIBOR Transition Series

LIBOR has played a pivotal benchmarking role in global financial markets for 35 years, but as this role winds down and firms transition to using SOFR and other reference rates, millions of contracts worth hundreds of trillions of dollars must be retooled. Join us as we invite leaders from across the industry to share their expertise during this transition period. In three sessions, speakers will address implications for capital markets and asset management, share their observations on the current process, and envision actionable strategies for firms to navigate complex legal, methodological, and regulatory considerations.

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