New York Institute of Finance (NYIF) Open House: February 24, 2011, Toronto
NYIF staff took a short trip to Canada on Thursday to attend our Launch Party at The Chang School, Toronto. We were delighted that over 80 guests (including G. Raymond Chang) had the opportunity to chat with us informally, take a look at the new schedule of classes and see a demo of our eLearning and Virtual classes. The guests were also treated to a presentation by the pioneer of Technical Analysis, and one of our most experienced instructors, Ralph Acampora. Ralph gave an engaging talk on "Canada and the USA: A Fusion of Common Interests and Goals" which generated a host of questions and a few laughs.
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New York Institute of Finance Forms Partnership with Ryerson University's G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education
New York, NY - December 13, 2010 - New York Institute of Finance is partnering with Ryerson University's G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education to create a program through which NYIF-branded courses will be offered through Ryerson's continuing education program.
Starting in Spring 2011, NYIF will be bringing its most popular instructor-led courses to Canadian continuing education including
The Core Skills Analyst Program,
Mergers and Acquisitions Suite,
Advanced Credit Risk Analysis,
Risk Management Suite,
Fixed Income Suite,
Alternative Investments, and
NYIF will be offering its full slate of eLearning courses as well, and host special events with celebrated Pearson authors and Ryerson/NYIF subject matter experts.
"We are thrilled to be launching a joint venture in a new territory, leveraging the power of Pearson and working closely with Ryerson's Chang School, Canada's leading provider of university-based adult education." said Patricia Sparacio, Managing Director, NYIF.
"The Chang School's partnership with NYIF brings value to professionals in the financial services sector as they continue to invest in their career development," said Dr. Gervan Fearon, Dean, Chang School. "Our joint leadership and learning experience demonstrate our committment to providing executive training that will benefit the financial services community and contribute to the Canadian economy."
A launch event will be held in February 2011. Please visit the website for further information on the joint program.
Started in 1922 by the New York Stock Exchange, the New York Institute of Finance is the premier financial training organization, serving clients globally. We offer exam prep and over 300 courses in accounting and tax, core finance concepts, corporate finance, credit risk, derivatives, financial modeling, fixed income, investment and portfolio management, mergers and acquisitions, operations and compliance, professional skills, project finance, risk management, core skills analyst programs, wealth management programs, structured products, and technical analysis and trading that are delivered through instructor-led classroom experiences, elearning and our new virtual classroom. The New York Institute of Finance is part of Pearson (NYSE: PSO), the global leader in education and education technology. NYIF celebrates its 90th anniversary in 2012.
About the Chang School
Ryerson University's G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education is Canada's foremost provider of university-based adult education, facilitating access to the University's renowned, professionally relevant courses and programs. Since 1975, we have been delivering leading-edge workplace knowledge that empowers learners to reach their personal and professional goals. We have approximately 70,000 annual enrollments (in more than 1,400 courses) in Arts; Business; Communication and Design; Community Services; Engineering, Architecture, and Science; Gateway for International Professionals; and Programs for 50+. We also offer almost 80 career-related certificate programs and numerous course series. Our flexible, accessible programming is available on campus, via distance education, and off-site for employee groups at leading organizations. The innovative leadership of our Digital Education Strategies unit has been recognized by the Canadian Society for Training and Development, Canadian Association for University Continuing Education, Canadian Network for Innovation in Education and the National University Telecommunications Network.
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(416) 979-5000 ext 4670