Prague, 19 September 2016 – Ondřej Vodňanský (31) earned his CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) credential from the CFA Institute, a community of investment and finance professionals from 150 countries worldwide. Ondřej passed all three exams at the first attempt. On average, fewer than 10% of the candidates pass their exams at their first attempt, according to the CFA Institute statistics.
Ondřej Vodňanský has been a senior consultant in Cushman & Wakefield’s Capital Markets Team since 2012. He is responsible for managing real estate/property transactions for institutional and private clients, whom he advised both on sales and acquisitions. Ondřej has been active in the real estate and investment sectors for the past ten years.
Ondřej Vodňanský is a graduate of the Institute of Economic Studies of the Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University in Prague. He was also an intern at the Université de Genève in Switzerland and the University of Queensland in Australia. He likes spending his leisure time travelling, skiing, reading and watching films.
The CFA Institute is an international non-profit organisation founded in 1947 that sets the standard for professional excellence and credentials in the finance and investment sectors. With 130,000 absolvents across the globe, CFA is one of the most coveted qualifications for professionals in the field.
300 hours of study is recommended for each of the three exams required for obtaining the charter. Approximately 150 people have the CF A charter in the Czech Republic.