A post-graduate programme, CFA candidates are required to complete three levels of examination. They must also have at least three years of acceptable, professional experience working in decision-making capacities within the investment industry.
Throughout their career they must maintain the highest level of professional service and integrity.
That’s why BIAS is proud to be Bermuda’s only non-bank CFA led investment firm.
To read more about the CFA
programme, click here (PDF)
|Daily Market Report - Global Equity Markets|
|Dow Jones Industrial Avg.||15318.23||138.38|
|Standard & Poors 500||1651.81||12.77|
|Bermuda Stock Exchange||1151.00||-||0.00|
|U.S. stocks climbed onTuesday while the yen weakened as investors awaited clues from the Federal Reserve about its plans for monetary stimulus.|
|FTSE 100 Index||6374.21||43.72|
|DAX Index (XETRA)||8229.51||13.78|
|European equities was little changed on Tuesday, amid uncertainty about the strength of the domestic economy and on how soon the U.S. Federal Reserve may begin to scale back stimulus.|
|Nikkei 225 Index||13007.28||25.84|
|Hang Seng Index||20969.14||82.10|
|Standard and Poors ASX Index||4791.76||96.00|
|Asian stocks advanced ahead of the U.S. Federal Reserve's meeting which will likely give clues on when it may begin tapering back stimulus.|
|Marsh & McLennan||40.46||0.15|
|Stocks of local interest were mixed.|
|*Currency equivalent of one US dollar.|