Konvexity Newsletter: January Edition

The January edition of Konvexity newsletter is out for both CFA level I and CFA level II.

CFA level I: The newsletter consists of one book review and two comprehensive tests. Each test is of 90 minutes duration and consists of 60 questions. One test is on “Corporate Finance and Alternative Investment” and the other test is on “Fixed Income”. In the coming months, we will be providing comprehensive tests for each of the subjects. We will provide a total of 10 tests and all tests will be provided before the beginning of the month of May so that we have adequate time to judge our progress. There will be 2 tests on FRA, 1 test on Equity, 1 on Economics, 1 on Quantitative Methods, 1 on Ethics, 1 on “Derivatives and Portfolio Management”, and the last one on “Quantitative Methods and Fixed Income”.

You can download January CFA level I newsletter from here.

CFA level II: The newsletter consists of one book review and two comprehensive tests. Each test is of 90 minutes duration and consists of 5 item sets. Each item set contains a total of 6 questions. One test is on “Corporate Finance” and the other test is on “Derivatives”. We will provide a comprehensive test for each subject. There will be a total of 10 comprehensive tests. All the tests will be provided before the beginning month of May so that you can judge your progress. There will be 2 tests on FRA, 2 tests on Equity, 1 test on Fixed Income, 1 test on Ethics, 1 test on “Economics and Portfolio Management”, and the last one on “Quantitative Methods and Alternative Investments”.

You can download January CFA level II newsletter from here.

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