All Careers Advice

  • James Irving, CFA explores the reality of losing your way on the journey to success.
  • Identifying your target job is a crucial first step for any job seeker. This may seem obvious but it’s a critical point because giving real thought to how you determine your target role will improve your entire job search.
  • Ian Morgan draws from his extensive experience of interviewing and hiring highly motivated and talented professionals throughout a 20 year City career in order to share top advice for interviewing.
  • The role of the analyst is not what it used to be. Changes in business models, advancements in technology, and cost pressures — not to mention new regulations coming down the pike — have all taken their toll on the profession. Today’s job market is more competitive than ever, and reaching the top...
  • “Marrying machines and behavioural finance is the next frontier,” says Concannon. “There’s a huge question mark over when those two will converge. Considering how important behavioural finance is to this business, that’s a major headwind.”
  • Proactively managing your career has never been so important. The days when decisions made at university put you on a conveyor belt to the top of your chosen profession at well-defined stages are long gone. Taking personal responsibility for your career and making the most of your working life is...
  • A day in the life of Jonathan Platt, ASIP
  • “I oversee Responsible Investment. This includes the integration of Environmental Social and Governance (ESG) factors into investment processes across asset classes and geographies.”
  • "Impact investing is still a growing market and it’s exciting to be exploring and considering new investment opportunities that support that market growth and ultimately make a positive social impact."
  • What are the tactics for those who want to return to work but have not been able to access the appropriate programme? The strategy here is like any other career transition. The returner has to be proactive and take the long view, since any career transition usually takes six to 12 months. It’s vi...
  • In this brief interview (approx. 9min), executive coach Kimberly Togman explains why and what kind of goal setting is important for managing your career and gives thoughts on how to make time for your goals, even in hectic times.
  • Sylvia Ann Hewlett discusses Executive Presence as part of the Talks at Google series.
  • This webcast addresses stressors, burnout, and resilience. Switzerland-based Dominique Lepori, CFA, founding partner of softfactors.net, discusses the inner and outer stressors that can lead to burnout and how to build your resilience in the face of significant performance pressure.
  • Learn about and access the CFA Institute Career Tools resource.
  • In this webcast, business networking strategist Andy Lopata explores some of the key ingredients for a strong mentoring relationship.
  • Panelists Shawn Rutter, managing director at Excelsior Search, and Justin Zhen, co-founder of Thinknum discuss opportunities for investment professionals in fintech.
  • In this video interview (approx 17mins) Dr. Lili Powell explains three essential components of leadership presence and ways it can be developed.
  • The Center for Talent Innovation published Key Findings on Executive Presence. Authors are Sylvia Ann Hewlett, Lauren Leader-Chivée, Laura Sherbin, and Joanne Gordon with Fabiola Dieudonné. Research sponsors are American Express, Bloomberg, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, Ernst & Young, Gap Inc., G...
  • Access a webinar where three India-based investment professionals discuss what it takes to break into the industry today.
  • This video interview with Chester Santos is part of the CFA Institute Take 15 Series.