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This boot camp is an intensive training program where trainees learn financial and valuation modeling in Excel using an intuitive, step-by-step approach.
The Accounting of Cryptoassets: Understanding the Financial Reporting Implications of a New Asset Class
Join CFA Society New York for an evening of discussion on the mechanics of cryptocurrency management and valuation. Learn what financial professionals should consider when deciding whether to invest in companies that hold cryptoassets and become acquainted with the ways these assets can appear in reports and disclosures.
The Performance & Risk Analytics Group (PRAG) brings together investment performance measurement & investment risk management professionals engaged in the asset management industry.
The mission of the Fintech Thought Leadership Group is to provide information and insight to keep members abreast of innovation and technology that will impact their business. Fintech is the technology that is driving the transformation of the financial services industry.
The Private Wealth Management Thought Leadership Group seeks to enrich and enable finance professionals to meet the modern needs of private clients, and to remain at the forefront of professionalism and knowledge in serving private clients.
Become the Speaker You Want to Be -- Don’t present timid forecasts to CIOs or shy away from telling clients the hard truth: Let CFANY Toastmasters inject confidence and structure into your verbal and written business communication. Participate in our fun and supportive group and gain the skills to make your investment recommendations the ones that get everyone talking!
The Veterans Committee of CFA Society New York, (a.k.a. Veterans Roundtable) is a special interest group dedicated to supporting prior military service members through professional networking and finance education.
The Institutional Asset Management Group brings together professionals engaged in the management, oversight, and/or advisement of institutional investments. Its diverse member base includes investment consultants, plan sponsors, insurance professionals, risk managers, derivative product specialists, and portfolio managers and analysts in a wide variety of asset classes. The group nurtures a rich exchange of ideas and information by connecting professionals who are broadly in the same field, but would not otherwise collaborate and network with one another.
The Quantitative Investing Group brings together professionals seeking to incorporate cutting edge quantitative investment techniques and alternative data sets in their investing and risk processes.
The Value Investing Group provides a forum for the application and modification of Benjamin Graham's principles as well as for other value investment approaches. The group’s focus is on organizing both one-off as well as regular events such as the bi-monthly value investment round-table, the annual Ben Graham conference and the value investing workshop.
The Young Leaders Group “Day in the Life” Career Event Series aims to provide members with targeted opportunities to meet other professionals in specific business functions in financial services, exchange ideas, as well as promote collaboration or possible career opportunities. The events include a panel discussion of speakers working in the focus industry and a networking session for members to get to know each other.
Do the benefits of investing in Wealth Management Products (WMPs) outweigh the benefits of simply holding cash? Hear from an expert panel in the CFA community to discuss the current disclosure of WMPs within China and learn more about the complex risks in the seemingly simple area of cash and cash equivalents on the books of Chinese corporates.
The Sustainable Investing Thought Leadership Group provides a forum to advance the dialogue around the role of sustainable investing (SI) in today’s markets. Programs focus on current SI issues, including those related to fiduciary responsibility and risk management. Members seek to identify the challenges and rewards of incorporating environmental, social, and governance factors in security analysis.
The Business Management Group will focus on the non-portfolio management issues that typically confront the COO and other leaders within a money management firm, such as how to successfully launch and operate a business. A key goal of BMIG’s will be to understand the business and other risks associated with running a money management, while serving as a bridge between the “buy” and “sell” sides.