ISET graduates have once again proved their versatility by passing the first level of the Chartered Financial Analyst Program.
Economics and finance are often treated as two separate disciplines, with economics viewed as being more concerned with the “big picture” and finance more industry or company-specific, yet there remains a degree of overlap, and there is little doubt that both fields complement each other. Recent trends of working more theory-based study into finances has resulted in an even greater degree of convergence.
This year, three ISET graduates – Nino Khatisashvili, Tamta Gelashvili and Ketevan Mtsuravishvili – passed Level 1 of the CFA Program. They have followed in the footsteps of two other ISETers, Nino Sharumashvili (Class of 2010) and Rati Gabrichidze (Class of 2008), who also undertook the CFA exam.