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Maximize Your Career Success: Pearls from Carla Harris

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Progress Interrupted by Populism

Scarcely any attendees at the 70th CFA Institute Annual Conference thought that the populist tide had peaked and would start subsiding. Panelists Neil Howe, Michala Marcussen, CFA, and Willis Sparks discussed what it meant for global economies. Read More

Investment Wisdom from the Masters: Risks and Relative Values in Diversified Global Portfolios

“We are lucky enough to hear from two important luminaries if I dare not say lions, of the financial economic world over the last few decades,” introduced Gillian Tett as Robert Shiller and Jeremy Siegel squared off again. Read More

Navigating the Markets in a Year of Transition

Elizabeth Corley described 2017 as a year of transition as she shared her outlook on the economy, geopolitics, fiscal and monetary policy, and their implications for global investors. And while she characterized the environment as challenging and struck a cautious tone, she also offered hope and some words of advice for beleaguered active managers. Read More

Differentiate Yourself: Building a Client-Oriented Culture

What do you need to do to survive in the wealth management industry today? Two words: Differentiate yourself. That was the message delivered by Isaac Presley, CFA, Blair duQuesnay, CFA, and John T. Elmes II, CFA. Read More

70th CFA Institute Annual Conference

Sharpen Your Investment Edge
21–24 May 2017
Pennsylvania Convention Center
Philadelphia, PA, USA
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Hosted with CFA Society Philadelphia

Watch the video to learn more about the 70th CFA Institute Annual Conference

The global political landscape, the growth outlook for developed and emerging markets, regulatory changes, and the disruptive potential of fintech are just a few of the challenges and opportunities currently facing the global investment profession. It’s imperative that investment professionals remain current in this changing and complex climate to best serve their clients’ interests. To stay informed, make sure you attend the 70th CFA Institute Annual Conference.

For 70 years, CFA Institute has brought you the latest thinking, expert opinions, thought leadership, and unrivaled networking opportunities through our Annual Conference. It is the investment industry’s largest and longest-running educational gathering of investment professionals, attracting as many as 2,000 delegates from 70 countries and territories in recent years. Don’t miss out on this unparalleled opportunity to:

  • Learn from noted economists, best-selling authors, leading researchers, and successful practitioners;
  • Refresh and hone your skills with new ideas and research on a full range of investment topics;
  • Meet and network with investment peers from around the world;
  • Explore global and regional financial trends; and
  • Examine new investment opportunities and risks.

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