CFA Society Calgary

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February 12, 2016Analyst​​PillarFour Capital
February 11, 2016Director, Energy Drilling & Services
Closing date: March 10, 2016
​​ATB
​February 10, 2016Trader, Public Equities​​bcIMC
​February 5, 2016​Investment Banking Associate and Analyst​​Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co.
​February 2, 2016Senior Analyst, Corporate Banking​​Desjardins Group
​February 1, 2016Chief Financial Officer​Calgary, AB
​February 1, 2016Investment Analyst​Calgary, AB
​February 1, 2016Head of Business Development​​Calgary, AB
January 26, 2016Equity Research Associate, Large-Cap Canada, E&P/Integrated​​UBS
January 26, 2016Senior Risk Analyst - Halifax, NS​​Emera Inc.
​January 20, 2016 Chief Compliance Officer​​Carecana Management Corp.
​January 20, 2016Client Service Associate, Private WealthFiera Capital
​January 19, 2016​Business Analyst, Development Analytics​​ATCO Power
​January 18, 2016Client Relationship Manager & Investment Assistant​Perron Partners Wealth Management
​January 15, 2016Performance Measurement Analyst - Two Positions​bcIMC
​January 15, 2016​​Real Estate AnalystBrookfield Residential
January 12, 2016Senior Financial Analyst, Pension AssetsTransCanada
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​January 12, 2016Associate Director, Ratings Analytical Oil & Gas, S&P Ratings​​McGraw Hill Financial
​January 12, 2016​Senior Investment Analyst​​Alberta Teachers' Retirement Fund Board
​January 12, 2016​Portfolio Manager, Fixed Income - Edmonton, AB​The City of Edmonton
​January 8, 2016Equities Analyst - Winnipeg, MB​​GLC Asset Management Group
January 7, 2016Portfolio Analyst​​Alberta Teachers' Retirement Fund Board
​January 7, 2016​​Senior Principal, Real Estate Investments​​Alberta Teachers' Retirement Fund Board
​January 6, 2016Senior Private Equity Analyst​​Azimuth Capital Management
​January 6, 2016Associate​​RS Energy Group
​January 4, 2016​Credit Analyst, Fixed Income
Closing date - January 22​, 2016​
​bcIMC
​December 24, 2015​Junior-Intermediate Level Research Analyst​​McLean & Partners
December 23, 2015​​Energy Equity Sales Specialist - Calgary or Toronto​​Scotia Capital Inc.
December 15, 2015​Credit Approval AVP1 - MME LC Energy​​HSBC
December 15, 2015Research Associate - Oil & Gas​​Scotiabank
December 14, 2015Sales Assistant, Institutional Equity Sales - Vancouver, BC​​BMO Capital Markets
                                                                                                                                     

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 ‭(Hidden)‬ 2012 National CFA Member Compensation Report ‭[2]‬

July 2012

The results are in from the first National CFA Member Compensation Survey! This survey was designed to provide Canadian CFA Members with compensation information to help with career assessment and planning.

The self-reported data included in this report covers broadly defined positions and, as such, provide members with useful directional frames of reference about pay levels. It should also be noted that because the survey includes only data from a sample of Canadian CFA members, it is not necessarily representative of the full CFA Institute membership or the total population of individuals in these positions or locations.

While salary is a key component of the study, we also examined other factors such as prior positions held, deferred compensation, corporate and self-managed AUM, and trends in pay, including base pay, bonuses, stock options, benefits, pensions, and geographic impact.

Here are a few highlights:

  • Top roles performed include financial analysis (65%), client relationship management (53%), portfolio management/stock selection (49%), general management/admin. (44%), strategy development and planning (41%), performance management (36%) and internal control and risk management (36%).
  • AUM: More than half (53%) of members say they personally manage assets for their employers, managing an average of $3.5 billion.
  • Aggregate average compensation across all CFA members: The mean total compensation rose by 11%. 61% expect compensation to rise in 2012, with 32% expecting it to remain the same and just 7% expecting a decrease.
  • Total compensation varies by region, sector and position held: These details are provided in the full report. A few highlights include higher compensation in Toronto and Calgary than in Ottawa, Winnipeg, Atlantic, and Quebec; and higher compensation for CEO/CAO/COOs, CIOs, equity PMs, and fixed income PMs than those in roles of compliance/regulator/portfolio administrator, sell/buy fixed income/derivatives/credit analyst, and investment consultant.

In the complete 2012 National CFA Member Compensation Report, you'll find expanded coverage of the above topics, along with detailed charts and graphics addressing other intriguing topics.

Download the Summary Report

Members can download the full report by signing in to the Members Area of our website. Top right corner above our logo. Use your CFA Institute log in.

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 ‭(Hidden)‬ 2012 National CFA Member Compensation Report ‭[1]‬

  

July 2012

The results are in from the first National CFA Member Compensation Survey! This survey was designed to provide Canadian CFA Members with compensation information to help with career assessment and planning.

The self-reported data included in this report covers broadly defined positions and, as such, provide members with useful directional frames of reference about pay levels. It should also be noted that because the survey includes only data from a sample of Canadian CFA members, it is not necessarily representative of the full CFA Institute membership or the total population of individuals in these positions or locations.

While salary is a key component of the study, we also examined other factors such as prior positions held, deferred compensation, corporate and self-managed AUM, and trends in pay, including base pay, bonuses, stock options, benefits, pensions, and geographic impact.

Here are a few highlights: 

  • Top roles performed include financial analysis (65%), client relationship management (53%), portfolio management/stock selection (49%), general management/admin. (44%), strategy development and planning (41%), performance management (36%) and internal control and risk management (36%). 
  • AUM: More than half (53%) of members say they personally manage assets for their employers, managing an average of $3.5 billion. 
  • Aggregate average compensation across all CFA members: The mean total compensation rose by 11%. 61% expect compensation to rise in 2012, with 32% expecting it to remain the same and just 7% expecting a decrease. 
  • Total compensation varies by region, sector and position held: These details are provided in the full report. A few highlights include higher compensation in Toronto and Calgary than in Ottawa, Winnipeg, Atlantic, and Quebec; and higher compensation for CEO/CAO/COOs, CIOs, equity PMs, and fixed income PMs than those in roles of compliance/regulator/portfolio administrator, sell/buy fixed income/derivatives/credit analyst, and investment consultant.

In the complete 2012 National CFA Member Compensation Report, you'll find expanded coverage of the above topics, along with detailed charts and graphics addressing other intriguing topics.

Download the Summary Report

Members can download the full report by signing in to the Members Area of our website. Top right corner above our logo. Use your CFA Institute log in.