Master in Finance Opening Ceremony on Sep 20 at IE Madrid Campus

The Master in Finance 2011 Opening Ceremony took place yesterday September 20th on IE´s Madrid Campus. This year our students come from 26 different countries with an extraordinary class profile. 45% of these students presented GMAT scores  ≥ 700, 17% owns industry certificates such as CFA, CAIA (Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst), CISI (Chartered Institute for…

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Reminder: IE Finance Day Sep 22 on IE Campus, online and mobile streaming

The first IE Finance Day will be held on September 22, 2011 from 18.30 hrs Madrid time at IE Campus Madrid will also be available through online and mobile streaming for those prospective students who cannot come to IE. The event expects to receive prospective students of the Master in Finance, Global Master in Finance, Master in Advanced Finance, Executive Master…

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Upcoming Virtual Insight Session: Masters in Finance on August 31, 2011 at 17.00 hrs Madrid

Interested in IE but not able to visit the campus? The Virtual Insight Session: Masters in Finance will enable you to find out about IE Business School,  the Masters in Finance programs, the admissions process and much more. The sessions usually run for an hour and are conducted through our online platform from IE’s Madrid campus several…

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IE Finance Day – September 22, 2011 at IE Campus Madrid

We are pleased to announce that the first IE Finance Day will be held on September  22 at IE Campus Madrid. The event is open to all prospective candidates of Masters in Finance programs (Master in Finance, Master in Advanced Finance, Global Master in Finance, Executive Master in Finance Bi-weekly and Executive Máster en Dirección Financiera), current finance students, finance alumni,…

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Astrology and Economic Forecasts – article by Academic Director Professor Ignacio de la Torre

Is our faith in economic forecasts well founded? Professor Ignacio de la Torre believes not. As well as claiming that the logic of projecting past growth rates onto the future is an intellectual and economic fallacy, Professor de la Torre also aserts that many economists lack the required knowledge and familiarity of financial markets and…

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