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Markets at a Crossroads: Outlook for the Economy, Inflation, and Interest Rates

Today's economy faces critical shifts. Join our webinar to explore economic outlook, inflation dynamics, the Fed's response, interest rate trends, and strategies for navigating risks.
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Andy Lee: The Potential of Tax Receivable Agreements

In this episode of Enterprising Investor, host Mike Wallberg, CFA, engages with Andy Lee, founder of Parallaxes Capital, to uncover the hidden gems within tax receivable agreements. Andy shares his insights on how these agreements, akin to pharmaceutical and musical royalties of past decades, offer investors long-term cash flow opportunities often overlooked by many.
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Private Markets and Alternative Investments Certificate

Understand key features and differences between private equity, private credit, real estate and infrastructure, commodities, and hedge funds.
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Building Resilience: Exploring Capital Market Structural Dynamics and Policy Development

CFA Institute Research and Policy Center addresses how changes to the structure of capital markets affect the formation of capital, the providers of financial services, and the consumers of these services.

The theme Strengthening the Structural Resilience of the Capital Markets underscores our commitment to the dynamic relationship among asset managers, asset owners, and individual investors/savers through the capital markets, given the backdrop of trends in the regulatory and policy environment.

Our research considers market developments and policy matters using our core values and principles—investor protection, market integrity, and professionalism—as our base.

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