Last Chance to Register! Marquee – Python for Finance Professionals

| January 13, 2020
Submitted by Jacquie Gomes for CPD
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This course takes a hands-on approach to quickly gain the skills needed to develop Python programs to solve typical finance problems. This seminar is designed for anyone who wishes to learn and improve their programming skills and automate tasks in financial roles. Participants will learn best practices to clean, manipulate, analyze and visualize financial data.

Eligible for CFA & CPA professional development hours.

Attendees must bring their own laptop with Python 3.7 installed and your preferred IDE (Integrated Development Environment) to run the code.

Participants do not require prior programming knowledge but a general understanding of programming principals is recommended. Read the full course outline for more information.

Space is limited. Please register on OSCARplus by Friday, January 31. There is a $75 charge to attend this session (the remaining fee will be subsidized by CPD).

Please see Pamela in the Student Experience Office (RJC 333) between 8:30 am and 3 pm to complete your payment.

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