To top off a year of many changes, arduous work, and large growth, CFA Society Argentina organized the traditional Annual Dinner, where directors, volunteers and members have the opportunity to toast the end of the year.
The event was held in the Circulo Italiano, and, with overwhelming attendance full of good camaraderie and high spirits, succeeded in generating networking discussing the challenges that lie ahead in the coming year, and reaching some conclusions on the significance of a 2019 full of questions for our industry. The event was also the kickoff for what we hope is a transformation of a new tradition: As a central part of the night, a charterholder was asked to give his vision on the economic scenario of our country, and what lies ahead. He also shared his thoughts and experiences as a founder of the CFA Society Argentina, as well as how he handled similar economic and political situations in the past.
This year, Miguel Zielonka, CFA, had the honor to present, who, at the end of his observations, designated another member to perform this role at the 2020 Annual Dinner. In December 2020 we will hear from Matías Cremaschi, CFA. We had the pleasure of welcoming Diane Nordin, CFA, member of the Board of Directors of the CFA Institute, and Mauro Miranda, CFA, the Atlantic Islands and Latin America Region's representative to the Presidents Council (PCR), who shared some thoughts about the importance of volunteering and the projects that the CFA Institute has planned for the future.