Basics of Investment Analysis (6 week course)
Date, Time, and Location:
Tuesday, October 14, 2003 (add this event to your Outlook Calendar)
2:00 - 5:00 PM
We are pleased to announce our popular Basics of Investment Analysis course, a six-week well-rounded introductory course focused on the financial world.
This course targets those who support, liaison, and negotiate with investment professionals. It is designed as an intense course to get participants up to speed, on a time-efficient basis, on investment analysis, assessment of client needs and objectives, and portfolio management.
The course may even promote growth within the firm by inspiring participants to commit to the CFA® exam program. Topics include:
- Structure of the Markets
- The Economy and Various Indicators
- Industry Analysis
- Introduction to Financial Statements and Ratios
- Stock Selection and Style/Sector Analysis
- Mutual Funds
- Interest Rates and Bond Analysis
- Client Needs and Objectives
- Asset Allocation and Real-Life Case Studies
Our Basics of Investment Analysis Course is one of the oldest & most successful courses that the Society has offered.
Our knowledgeable, enthusiastic instructors, ALL of whom hold the CFA designation, bring to the classroom a real world, practitioner's experience, including case studies and comprehensive discussions of basic investment concepts.
Introduction to the Markets & Understanding the Economy
Analyzing an Industry & Formulating Trends
Introduction to Financial Statements & Ratio Analysis
Style & Sector Analysis & Understanding Mutual Funds
Drivers of Interest Rates & Understanding Bonds
Client Analysis, Asset Allocation & Case Studies
- Investment & Sales Assistants
- Sales & Marketing Personnel
- Accounting & Legal Staff
- Trust Administrators
- Personal Bankers
- New Analysts - who are pondering getting the CFA Designation
- And even Clients - who have expressed the desire to learn more about investments & appreciate your job
1 N. Wacker Dr.
2ND Floor Conference Center
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