Knowing the CFA material is only the first step in passing the exam. This post is an in-depth breakdown for how to structure your last 60 days of prep so that you actually pass the test.
Everything you need to know about bank's as institutional investors for the CFA Level 3 exam.
The CFA Level 3 exam loves to compare life insurance and non-life insurance companies. This post breaks down the differences in terms of each of their IPS constraints.
How to calculate, and more importantly, interpret spending rules for the CFA Level 3 exam for endowment/foundation IPS problems.
ALM is frequently tested on the CFA L3 exam. This post covers what institutional investors use it (and when), plus how to build an ALM framework for DB pension plans.
Since Pension Plans are the most commonly tested institutional investor on the CFA Level 3 exam, you need to know how their five IPS constraints get tested.
The CFA L1 curriculum stresses that is not enough to look at a potential project or company's financial return. You also have to assess the degree of risk involved with achieving that return. Leverage--whether financial or otherwise--is a key component of achieving this understanding.