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 Upcoming Society Events

Taking into consideration the health and well-being of our members, event participants, volunteers and staff, and the recommendations provided by the City of Calgary and Alberta Health Services, the CFA Society Calgary board has made the decision to suspend all upcoming in-person Society events.​ Please keep an eye on your emails and on our social media to be informed of our upcoming webinars.

Please contact Jade Marage if you have further questions or concerns.

​Date & Time
​January 21
5:00 - 7:15 PM MST
​A Conversation with Michael Lewis - Not Your Usual Forecast Dinner
​This is a virtual event.
Please note that January 14 is the last day to register.
​Michael Lewis 
Geoff Colvin 
Margaret Franklin, CFA

Registrations are accepted no later than 12:00pm three business days prior to the event. Limited space might be available after the reservation deadline; however, you must call the Society office at 403-249-2009 to inquire. 
Payment must be made in advance of the event to secure your registration.

It is the policy of CFA Society Calgary to bill no-shows that have not paid for nor cancelled their reservation within 72 business hours.

The Global Passport Program allows members
of CFA Societies to attend Society events at 
member pricing. When traveling, contact the local 
Society using the Society Directory to learn about
eligible events and other opportunities. Contact us 
for more information.

 On Demand Webinars

​Missed a live webinar?

Members have access to all of CFA Society Calgary's on demand webinars at any time.

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Please note that you will be required to log in with your CFA Institute credentials.

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Haskayne School of Business
December 8, 2020 

Presented by the Centre for Corporate Sustainability at the Haskayne School of Business, this seminar will bring together a panel of four experts who will explore sustainable projects, how they are financed and what is strategically vital for practitioners to know.

Join us to explore these macro trends in energy systems:
  • Increasing the resiliency of energy infrastructure
  • Energy infrastructure and the divides between ‘have’ & ‘have not’ communities and corporations
  • Business opportunities on the demand side of the energy system
  • Opportunities for the Alberta workforce