The Academic Relations Committee is responsible for any society initiative related to potential candidates for the CFA Program, including but not limited to: university outreach program, university presentations, curriculum development, networking events for candidates, and complimentary curriculum orders.
The Candidate Relations Committee is responsible for any society initiative related to candidates who are scheduled to take their exams including but not limited to: review courses, mock exams, how to prepare for the CFA Exam, and networking for candidates.
The Continuing Education (CE) Committee is responsible for the planning and implementation of the Society’s Continuing Education Program. CE Program includes but not limited to – seminars, webcasts, and workshops.
The Industry Relations Committee coordinates advocacy outreach efforts and is the primary communications point for CFA Institute advocacy initiatives. A primary goal is to help inform society members on the standards, policy research, and issue positions of CFA Institute. External outreach can include work with local government (regulators, legislators, advisory boards) and other industry groups using the resources available from CFA Institute. Preferably senior charterholders.
The objective of the Member Relations Committee is to manage existing memberships, recruit and assist potential members through the application process, respond to membership inquiries, plan charteraward ceremony and other networking events. The Chair/Committee is also involved with promoting membership participation in Society programs and events.
- Research Challenge
- The Research Challenge Committee is responsible for the over-all management of the CFA Institute Research Challenge. The goal is to see improvement in the research report writing and presentation skills of the participating teams every year.
The Scholarship Committee ensures that the scholarships are awarded to deserving candidates.