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CFA Boston - Shared Caregiving: How Fathers May Hold the Key to Women's Advancement

Date: June 8, 2020
Time: 1:00 - 2:00 EDT
Complimentary to members and non-members

Join CFA Boston for a review of this research on today's fathers and a discussion of how understanding this is important to women and men in both their professional and personal lives. The presenter will be Professor Brad Harrington executive director of the Center for Work & Family and a research professor in the Carroll School of Management.

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CFA Institute - Ethical Decision Making Part 2

Exploring Additional Case Studies

Date: 10 June, 2020
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT

The Introduction to Ethical Decision-Making webinar introduces the Ethical Decision-Making Framework and how to apply it. The Exploring Additional Case Studies webinar builds on the introductory webinar, using additional case studies to practice applying the framework. Both live programs are repeated on a recurring basis.


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Ivey - Value Investing and the Search for Value

 

Date: 27-31 July, 2020
Time: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM EST

Dr. George Athanassakos is offering a highly sought after five day Seminar on Value Investing and the Search for Value to finance executives, finance professionals, portfolio managers, financial analysts and individual investors seeking knowledge of value creation, valuation and value investing theory and practice. Mr. Francis Chou, Founder and President, Chou Associates Management Inc., Toronto, ON, Canada will be a guest speaker on July 31, 2020.

Registration: January 1, 2020 – May 31, 2020
Early Bird Pricing Deadline: April 30, 2020.
Space is very limited!

Early bird rate: $4,700 + 13% HST = $5,311.00 CAD
After Apr 30, 2020: $5,200 + 13% HST = $5,876.00 CAD


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Refinitiv - Globalization, hyper connectivity and markets after the pandemic

 On Demand


Coronavirus – and the economic crisis it has provoked – lays bare how vulnerable our hyper-connected societies and markets now are to events thousands of miles away. In a panel debate with leading thinkers on the epoch-shifting impact of this pandemic, we take the long view to examine:  

Whether coronavirus represents the high-water mark for globalization
The ways coronavirus will change how we work and how markets operate
What role the state will now play in markets and wider society
How this experience will alter our approach to systemic challenges such as climate change 

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