On June 6th, CFA Society New York hosted Regulatory Changes: Impact on Financial Service and Energy Companies, two panels focused on changing regulations and how those changes affect the finance service and energy industries. Under [...]
Venture capital (VC) has been a top performing asset class over the long run: venture capital returns have often outperformed public market indices. US venture capital generated 13.2% IRR over the past five years and 25.8% IRR over the past 25 years, according to Cambridge Associates.
The New York Society of Security Analysts’ Financial Reporting and Analysis Group hosted a program on using XBRL formatted structured SEC corporate data filings to expedite and ease financial reporting and analysis. Panelists were [...]
Featuring both the history and importance of the current geopolitical climate in Europe leading up to a potentially groundbreaking French election, this event functions as a critical opportunity for those looking to optimize their investments and macroeconomic overview of both the Euro and Europe overall as political and fiscal realities begin to take shape. This event brought together upwards of 60 attendees and featured notable panelists and speakers from various executive positions associated with global economics and foreign strategy, just a few among several in related fields, all with a strong knowledge and experience with the importance of how much a geopolitical event such as this French election can affect the very fiscal union the EU has prided itself on for so many years.
The invitation only event was immediately oversubscribed as the agenda featured an impressive roster of influential family offices in the tri-state area. This year’s forum was spearheaded by NYSSA Board members Bob Discolo and Deepika Sharma, in addition to CFA Institute’s inaugural Global Outstanding Young Leader, Thomas Brigandi.