Ongoing Events Scheduled for Financial Services Professionals
The CFA Society Cayman Islands and Cayman Enterprise City (CEC) have combined their efforts to organize a series of industry-focused events designed for the Cayman Islands financial services sector. The program of events will feature key industry trends and original market research, with topics including traditional investments, virtual assets, commodities, derivatives and related topics.
The monthly live chat series will act as a continuation of the value programs of CFA Society members and the Fin Talks launched by CEC in April 2021.
“The growing number of financial industry discussions available in Cayman has undoubtedly created a new opportunity for networking, learning and growth opportunities,” explained Charlie Kirkconnell, Managing Director of CEC. “We are thrilled to partner with the CFA Society to host an even more robust series of events and continue our efforts to build a stronger business and finance-focused community in the Cayman Islands.”
“This partnership will provide a platform for CFA Society Cayman Islands to fulfill its mission, to be the forum for investment professionals in the Cayman Islands and improve the financial services industry by promoting high ethical behavior, professional excellence and educational development,” added Richard Maparura, President of the CFA Society Cayman Islands.
Events will take place throughout the year and will include panel discussions, special lectures, guest speakers and more.
The first event of 2022, entitled “Return Stacking: Strategies for Overcoming a Low Return Environment”, will be presented by a guest speaker Adam Butler, chief investment officer of ReSolve Asset Management Global SEZC. The original research outlines how to combine new ETF and mutual fund offerings available to everyday investors to retain their traditional market exposures and pile alternative returns on top in a way that doesn’t. wasn’t available until recently.
This event will take place on Thursday, January 27, 2022 at 5:30 p.m. at Restaurant Casanova. Admission is free but the number of places is limited because the the event will offer socially distanced seating. Hand sanitizer will be available throughout and organizers are asking that face coverings be worn. RSVPs are required.
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