Peter Olinto is a CFA Review Lead Instructor for Wiley and a CPA National Instructor for Becker. He’s a CPA, JD, and CFA, passing all four parts of the CPA and the first two levels of the CFA Program exam on his first attempts.
Peter began his teaching career in the areas of the SAT, LSAT, GMAT, and CPA, and he’s taught Levels I and II CFA Program classes in more than fifty cities around the world.
Before becoming a CPA and CFA exam review instructor, Peter Olinto worked at Ernst and Young as a tax attorney and then started his own law practice, where he did tax, real estate, and estate planning.
He has taught CPA and CFA Program Exam Review courses for over twenty years, and videos of him teaching the Level I CFA Program, Level II CFA Program, and/or CPA review classes have been used by more than 300 universities, hundreds of accounting and/or financial services firms, and more than 100,000 successful CFA and/or CPA candidates from all over the world.
What made the difference for me was having a good study plan and sticking to it. All these exams have such tremendous volumes of information, it’s obviously something you can’t cram for, so a good study plan where you spread it out over three or four months, study on average 15 hours or 20 hours a week, is very doable.
– Peter Olinto, CFA, J.D, CPA (inactive)