The CFA Institute, the global association of investment management professionals, is to test aspiring charterholders on their understanding of areas including the Big Data landscape, blockchain and artificial intelligence for the first time next year.
From June 2019, exam candidates will be expected to understand "next-generation knowledge" such as machine learning, thereby preparing them "to not only have a place in the industry, but to lead it"...
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