Alternative Investments Workshops for Level I and II CFA® Exam Candidates
Level I CFA Derivatives & Alternative Investments: Available On Demand – Live Class Date Saturday 14 April 2018
Level II CFA Alternative Investments: Available On Demand – Live Class Date Saturday 28 April 2018
Led by expert CFA® trainer Peter Olinto, who has helped hundreds of candidates prepare to pass the CFA® exam, these online CFA classes are designed to give you a solid understanding of Alternative Investments. With plenty of question practice, Peter will help you tackle typical difficult questions and provides tips and techniques for the exam to leave you feeling more confident.
- Deep-dive of the core topics
- Tips and shortcuts to save you minutes on exam day
- Tons of exam question practice with answers explained in detail
- Plenty of time for live questions and answers with an expert!
Register to view this webinar on demand and download the slides.
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About the Instructor
Peter Olinto, CPA (inactive), JD
Peter Olinto, CPA (inactive), JD, has taught both CPA and/or CFA Exam Review courses, live and online, for the past twenty years. While attending law school, Peter began his teaching career in the areas of SAT, LSAT, GMAT and CPA test preparation in the NYC area. Since passing the first two levels of the CFA exam on his first attempt, Peter has taught level one and level two CFA classes in more than fifty cities around the world. Videos featuring Peter teaching the CFA Level I, Level II 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. In addition to Peter’s CFA and CPA teaching experience, he has worked as an auditor for Deloitte & Touche, as a tax attorney for Ernst and Young, and later spent nearly ten years teaching law, accounting, financial statement analysis, and tax at both the graduate and undergraduate levels at Fordham University’s business school. He earned his JD degree from Fordham University School of Law in 1995.