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In today’s complex, competitive global market, the need for confident financial leaders has never been greater. As market trends evolve and new standards are put into place, our faculty of internationally recognized scholars and researchers bring extensive practical experience as former CEOs, CFOs and investment professionals straight to the classroom. With state-of-the-art technology across campus and our Hughey Center for Financial Services’ real-time Trading Room, you are able to apply the theories learned in the classrooms to complex examples of financial analysis, asset valuation and risk management. The financial landscape is ever-changing. Graduates from Bentley’s finance programs are equipped with the skillsets needed to remain adaptive and ahead of the curve.

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Bentley Team Progresses in the CFA Institute Research Challenge

The Bentley University team that entered the CFA Institute Research Challenge has progressed to the final round of local competition. The group members are Mark McKew (Captain), Rupam Agrawal, Estefania Barnuevo, Alfonso Medina Bonilla and Andreas Pettersson Beckman.

 

The CFA Institute Research Challenge is a global competition that takes place in 98 countries, involves 1,100+ universities and included over 6,400 students. The competition, opened to both undergraduate and graduate students, tests the equity research and valuation, investment report writing, and presentation skills of participants. Each team works directly with a faculty advisor and an industry mentor to research and prepare an equity research report on a publicly traded company. Each team’s report is evaluated by capital market professionals who are members of the local CFA Society. The finalists, limited to 4 teams, present in front of a panel of CFA Institute members who select the winner. Local champions advance to regional competitions in the Americas, Asia Pacific, and EMEA, and then to the global final.

 

The Bentley University team is one of 6 finalists which include teams from Babson College, Brandeis University, Suffolk University, Tufts University and UMass Boston. The final presentations will take place virtually on February 24th.

Steve Wasserman

Wasserman appointed as Director of LEAF

Steven R. Wasserman, Lecturer in the Finance Department, has been appointed as Director of The Howard A. Winer ‘58 Lab for Economics, Accounting and Finance. The LEAF provides students with academic support for their accounting, economics, and finance courses. The LEAF is staffed with peer tutors knowledgeable in accounting, economics, and finance, who assist students with the Bentley business curriculum.  The LEAF also provides a collaborative space for work on group projects and case studies. Congratulations to Steve!

More information can be found at https://www.bentley.edu/centers/leaf.

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More Knowledge, Less Time

Our new Advanced Standing in Finance (ASF) program gives students the opportunity to graduate with two degrees — a Bachelors and a Masters in Finance — in just four years.  

Contact

Kartik Raman
Department Chair
Adamian Academic Center 215
781.891.2781
kraman@bentley.edu

Lisa Taddeo
Senior Academic Coordinator
Adamian Academic Center 209
781.891.2117
ltaddeo@bentley.edu

Florin Morosan
MSF Program Director, Lecturer
Adamian Academic Center 213
781.891.2296
fmorosan@bentley.edu