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CFA Society of New Zealand Welcomes New Charterholders

23 November 2012

CFA Society of New Zealand Welcomes New Charterholders at Local Ceremony

Local investment professionals have committed to uphold the highest standards of Investment practices.

Celebrating the 50th Anniversary this year, the CFA Program has a five-decade history of maintaining a rigorous focus on globally relevant investment knowledge and the CFA Charter is the most widely known and respected investment credential in the world.

Twenty-eight new CFA Chartholders enrolled in the CFA Program in New Zealand have earned the prestigious Chartered Financial Analyst designation during 2012. Those who are not working or travelling overseas and are able to attend, will have their charters presented to them on Monday, 26 November by Jeremy Simpson CFA, Director Research, Forsyth Barr and Past President of the Society in front of an audience of their peers, friends and family.

About CFA Society of New Zealand

CFA Society of New Zealand is the local member society of the CFA Institute, the global association of investment professionals that sets the standard for professional excellent and credentials. The organisation is a champion for ethical behaviour in investment markets and a respected source of knowledge in the global financial community. The end goal: to create an environment where investors’ interests come first, markets function at their best. For more information, visit


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