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TSiBA Alumni Star | Andile Dyonase

10 Aug 2017

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Proud TSiBA’ling Graduate Alumni Andile Dyonase just passed his Chartered Financial Analyst Level 2 (CFA 2) exam while working as an Analyst at Johnson & Johnson in Antwerp, Belgium. This is an astounding achievement as it is the second of three exams offered by the CFA Institute and the CFA Program is a globally recognized standard for measuring the competence and integrity of financial analysts.

Starting out at TSiBA in 2009 he completed his Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree and was awarded a prestigious Kofi Annan scholarship in 2012 to study at the Business Schoo Lausanne (BSL) in Switzerland. Andile went on to complete his Masters of Science in International Finance (cum laude).

“I’m completely humbled by the experience I gained at TSiBA and I want to raise awareness about what can be achieved and more importantly, to raise awareness to graduates. Sometimes they [graduates] leave school and forget to invest in themselves. I think it’s always important to invest in yourself.”

Congratulations Andile on your accomplishment, we’re sure that this is only the beginning to an outstanding career ahead!

   

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