Huang, associate professor of business and economics, earns Chartered Financial Analyst title
Peng “Roc” Huang, associate professor of business and economics, and chair of the economics department, passed the CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) level III exam in June and now is a CFA Charterholder.
The CFA title is the most prestigious and recognized investment analysis and management designation globally. Since 2013, Huang received a CFA Institute Professor Scholarship and a Ripon College Scholarly/Artistic grant to study the CFA curricula and prepare for each of the three-level CFA exams. The CFA curricula have been used by more than 300 business schools across the world for their undergraduate and graduate programs.
Huang will continue to incorporate what he learned from the CFA curricula into Corporation Finance, Investment Analysis, Money and Banking and other courses he teaches.
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