Dr. Yaseen AlKamas receives the CFA certification and enters the CFA Wall of Fame

The CFA certification, a benchmark in the world of investment, was awarded to Kaplan Genesis’ trainee Dr. Yaseen AlKamas during the CFA Charter Award Ceremony in the UAE.

Abu Dhabi, UAE, 12/5/2019 -- Dr. Yaseen AI Kamas, an Engineer, a Ph.D. and the COO of a large Emirati private equity investment group, is now the holder of the CFA certification after intense training at the institution of Kaplan Genesis.

The CFA charter is renowned worldwide for being a one-of-a-kind benchmark for professionalism and high ethical standards accredited by the universal financial community. For someone to earn the CFA charter, it’s an unparalleled testament to his dedication and broad knowledge of the investment profession. This is exactly what Dr. Yaseen AlKamas achieved.

Kaplan Genesis, the Emirati investment & finance training institution, proudly announced that its student Dr. AlKamas has passed all three levels of the exam and has successfully become a CFA Charterholder. "He is a friendly, down to earth and smart guy, who shows us how education and learning never stop" commented Kaplan Genesis officials referring to Dr. Yaseen, “With hard work, dedication and discipline, he worked through all three levels despite work and family obligations”.

This story about Dr. Yaseen AlKamas and his Kaplan Genesis colleagues who have competently passed the CFA exam stages is a motivation and a true source of inspiration that pushes others not to stop progressing in life. Through this highly-praised title in the world of investors and business leaders, Dr. AlKamas pushed further his position and the position of the company he operates from toward new horizons.

For more information, please visit https://yaseenalkamas.wordpress.com/2018/06/06/dr-yaseen-alkamas-receives-the-cfa-certification-and-enters-the-cfa-wall-of-fame/

About Dr. Yaseen AlKamas:

Dr. Yaseen AlKamas is the COO of Al-Badie Group of companies, he got his bachelor’s in Aeronautics Engineering from the University of Manchester, He graduating with honor in 1987. In 2002, he got a Ph.D. in Aerospace Engineering. Today, he carries the CFA Charterholder title.

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