New CPD gapfill session dates announced for holders of CFA Level I + IMC
Following a programme of successful events throughout 2011, CFA UK has announced six new CPD gapfill sessions for early 2012:
- Monday 23 January 2012 - REGISTER NOW
- Monday 6 February 2012 - REGISTER NOW
- MOnday 20 February 2012 - REGISTER NOW
- Monday 5 March 2012 - REGISTER NOW
- Monday 19 March 2012 - REGISTER NOW
- Monday 16 April 2012 - REGISTER NOW
These sessions are designed for those needing to meet the FSA’s qualification requirements under the Retail Distribution Review. Delegates will normally have passed the Investment Management Certificate, the IMC, at level 3 (completed before September 2010) and the CFA Level I, II or III examinations.
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Questions about gapfilling for RDR should be directed to Cindy Sharman, education manager.
The CFA Society of the UK (CFA UK) serves society’s best interests through the provision of education and training, the promotion of high professional and ethical standards and by informing policy-makers and the public about the investment profession.
The society supports the CFA Program® and is the awarding body for the Investment Management Certificate (IMC), the UK’s leading entry level qualification for investment professionals. The society also supports the ASIP designation that was awarded to those passing the Associate examinations of the IIMR.
Founded in 1955, CFA UK represents the interests of roughly 10,000 investment professionals. CFA UK is part of the worldwide network of member societies of CFA Institute (the global, not-for-profit association of investment professionals that sets the standard for professional excellence and credentials, and awards the CFA and CIPM designations) and is the largest society outside North America.
CFA UK members work across the investment profession. While the most common roles for members are portfolio manager and research analyst, members occupy a wide variety of positions and work for many different types of firm. Similarly, the society's portfolio manager and research analyst members cover the entire range of asset classes and specialisms. Their common characteristic is a determination to practice and uphold the highest level of professional and ethical standards.