My goal as an instructor is to establish this foundation for CFA candidates by concentrating on clear and concise explanations of concepts as well as problem solving techniques.
New York, NY (PRWEB) October 18, 2012
The New York Society of Security Analysts (NYSSA), the leading forum for the investment community, welcomes Carl Crego, PhD, CFA, back to NYSSA as a CFA instructor.
Carl Crego rejoins NYSSA to teach Level I review preparation courses for the June 2013 CFA exam. In the past, Crego was one of the most popular instructors at NYSSA and helped develop its educational programs from short preview courses to a full range of continuing education and review courses, including the popular CFA review program.
“We are delighted to welcome Carl back to NYSSA. His extensive experience teaching the CFA curriculum and developing courses is invaluable. The Level I students will benefit greatly from having him as an instructor,” said Amy Geffen, PhD, NYSSA president and CEO.
“I am pleased to start my 24th year of teaching CFA examination review courses by returning to NYSSA. The Level I curriculum establishes the foundation for the CFA Level II and Level III examinations so its mastery is very important. My goal as an instructor is to establish this foundation for CFA candidates by concentrating on clear and concise explanations of concepts as well as problem solving techniques,” said Carl Crego, PhD, CFA.
Crego has been teaching all three levels of the CFA curriculum for 24 years, including CFA exam review courses for NYSSA, the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority, and Kaplan Schweser (Hong Kong). Additionally, he has taught finance courses at the undergraduate and graduate level at Pace University for seven years and received the Kenan Award for Teaching Excellence. Prior to beginning his academic career, he served for six years as vice president for Rinfret Associates, an international economic intelligence firm headed by prominent economist Pierre Rinfret.
He will be teaching NYSSA’s 17-week CFA Level I Weekly Review (Session A) beginning January 7; the 17-week CFA Level I Weekly Review (Session B) starting January 22; and the CFA Level I Saturday Condensed Review running 6 weeks starting March 16. Interested Level I candidates can get a preview of Carl Crego’s teaching style by attending a free sample class on December 6.
For more information on NYSSA CFA Exam Prep Courses, please visit: http://www.nyssa.org/cfa.
The New York Society of Security Analysts (NYSSA) is a leading forum for the investment community. NYSSA’s mission is to promote best practices and the highest professional and ethical standards in the industry. With nearly 10,000 members, NYSSA is the largest of the 135 societies worldwide that make up CFA Institute, which has more than 105,000 members.