You’re invited to attend the Benelux Final of the CFA Institute Research Challenge on the 13th of February!
The CFA Institute Research Challenge is an equity research competition in which teams from universities write a sell-side report about a publicly listed company. You are invited to attend the Benelux finals where the final four university teams from the Benelux will present their analysis and investment case on Greenyard before a professional jury.
The teams that wrote the best reports and made it to the final are :
Management School/Louvain School of Management
Rotterdam School of
Universiteit van Amsterdam (UvA)
During the final of the Research Challenge, the teams will pitch their investment case on Greenyard.
Beursplein 5, 1012 JW Amsterdam
Tuesday, 13th February 2017
14:30: Welcome reception
15:15: Start presentations & Q&A
16:15: Last presentation & Q&A
17:15: Announcement of the winner
18:00: End of the event
Everyone is welcome to attend. Why go?
1) Learn about new 'best practices' in equity research.
2) Get a sneak preview of the next generation of analysts. The teams consist of energizing new talent in the financial industry. They are among the best students the Benelux universities have to offer.
3) They may just present an exciting investment opportunity to you.
For more information and to register contact email@example.com.
The CFA Institute Research Challenge-Benelux is sponsored by:
What is the CFA Institute Research Challenge?
The CFA Institute Research Challenge gathers students, investment industry professionals, publicly traded companies, and corporate sponsors together locally, regionally, and globally for an annual competition. In order to promote best practices in equity research and company analysis, students research, analyze, and report on a company as if they are practicing analysts. Local CFA member societies and other affiliated groups host local level competitions of the Research Challenge in conjunction with the participating universities. The universities assemble teams of three to five business and finance students who work directly with a company in researching and preparing a company analysis. The team’s final presentations are locally evaluated by high-profile panels of heads of research, portfolio managers, and chief investment officers from the world’s top firms. The local champions advance to regional competitions in the Americas, Asia Pacific, and Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) and then to the Global Final. Additional information on the Research Challenge is available on the CFA Institute website.