CFA® Level 1 Exam Preparation – Essential Calculator Skills & Financial Concepts Kickstart Programme
2018 Course dates:
8 Tuesday and Thursday evenings, 18h30 to 21h00
30 January to 1 March 2018
Times: 18h30 to 21h00; a light snack and refreshments will be provided
Course Venue: 27 Cumberland Ave, Vandia Grove, Randburg, Johannesburg.
Course Fees: R8 550 (incl VAT)
Delegate numbers: Maximum of 12 participants.
Peter van Ryneveld, CFA, Director of Johannesburg School of Finance (JSF), offers you an essential financial concepts and critical calculator techniques programme to help you prepare with confidence for the 2018 exam.
All participants will receive a file of notes and exercises and will be shown how to get the best value and most accurate results out of their calculator, either the HP12C or Texas BAII Plus. It will be essential for participants to have the correct calculator at the start of the course.
Participants who attend all the sessions and successfully complete a revision quiz at the end of the programme will be awarded a Certificate in Investment Fundamentals from Johannesburg School of Finance.
Please Note: CFA Institute does not endorse or warrant the accuracy or quality of the products or services offered by Johannesburg School of Finance. In addition, no CFA examination results or pass rates that may be published by this organisation have been verified by CFA Institute. All complaints or queries regarding these workshops should be addressed to Johannesburg School of Finance on 011 704 7577. CFA Institute. CFA® and Chartered Financial Analyst® are trademarks owned by CFA Institute.
The Course Presenter:
Peter van Ryneveld
Peter van Ryneveld's career has been in merchant banking, stockbroking and management training. He joined UAL Merchant Bank in 1985 as an investment analyst and by the time he left in 1988 he was Head of Research, responsible for monitoring the performance of shares in all sectors of the economy, producing the quarterly economic overview for the investment division of the bank and managing a department of ten people.