Feb 2020 » Investments
In the last of this three-part series, Chris Vryonides provides some guidelines for those wanting to use machine learning in finance
Feb 2020 » Opinion
Whose job is it anyway?
Feb 2020 » From the Archive
The days when an Eton and Oxbridge graduate with a third class degree in Classics could walk into the City of London were long over, even in 1995, according to Peter Temple.
In the second of this three-part series we take a look at the difficulties in implementing machine learning to financial markets
Feb 2020 » People
Gary Baker, CFA
The first of this three-part series, which examines how machine learning can be used in finance
Feb 2020 » Gender Diversity
When it comes to working in the finance sector many still think it is for people who have the right network and do the right kind of degrees.
Jan 2020 » ESG
What the UK government needs to do to meet its legally binding committments
Jan 2020 » Gender Diversity
What Morningstar data reveals about fund management’s diversity problem
Jan 2020 » Ethics
Is the investment industry doing enough to put principles before profit?
Jan 2020 » Opinion
Does the investment industry need a healthy dose of scepticism?
This year CFA UK recognised five new Fellows for their contribution to the profession and commitment to building a better investment industry.