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KTH won the Swedish final of the CFA Investment Research Challenge 2016

Published Feb 23, 2016

In April, the KTH team will go to Regional/Global Final, in Chicago, Illinois, USA

The four finalist teams were KTH, Linköping University, Lund University and Stockholm University.​ 

The CFA Institute Investment Research Challenge gives students a unique opportunity to learn from leading experts and compete with peers from the world’s top finance programs.

CFA (Chartered Financial Analysts) Institute is a global community of investment professionals working to build an investment industry where investors’ interests come first, financial markets function at their best, and economies grow.

The CFA Institute Investment Research Challenge gives students a unique opportunity to learn from leading experts and compete with peers from the world’s top finance programs.

Six universities participated in the Swedish competition. After submitting their research report on this year’s subject company Doro, four teams have been invited to present their research in front of the judges’ panel. A panel of four professional analysts. The research report and the oral presentation have equal weight in final.

The four finalist teams are KTH, Linköping University, Lund University and Stockholm University.  

KTH:s team from the left on the picture:

Nassif Mansour, Edward Sikorski, Anton Persson, Emelie Malmberg, Mehrdad Bahador,

The team is flanked from left by Malcolm McNab, Pareto Securities, Industry Mentor, och till höger Tomas Sörensson, KTH,  Faculty Advisor.

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Last changed: Feb 23, 2016