As part of CFA Institute’s Future of Finance initiative, we are hosting an online discussion entitled, “The High Cost of the Gender Imbalance in Finance,” on Thursday, 9 April.
To offer guidance and insight about current changes in the investment advisory industry, the Future of Finance initiative at CFA Institute has assembled a panel of experts to discuss the implications and potential effects of robo-advisers on the marketplace.
There are ongoing debates about why ESG issues are important and to what extent they should be given due consideration in traditional investing.
In the United States, state and local governments’ defined benefit pension plans are underfunded by more than $4 trillion, threatening the financial security of approximately 8 million retirees and 14 million workers, and taking a fiscal toll on states and municipalities.
In the United States, and in many other countries, only a fraction of households have saved enough to look forward to a comfortable retirement. For those without a sizable nest egg, the so-called "golden years" are a grim prospect. Not surprisingly, governments around the globe are grappling with how their citizens will afford retirement.
The inaugural Future of Finance Forum produced a lengthy transcript with a wealth of insights and perspectives. To help guide you to the essence of the discussion, Jason Voss, CFA, provides a summary.
For centuries many of the world's leading investment thinkers have struggled to articulate the difference between "investing" and "speculating." We've assembled a panel of leading investment practitioners to discuss the issue in our inaugural online forum.
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