Belmont University finance students won the Nashville/East Tennessee CFA Research Challenge competition on Feb. 22. The teams consisted of finance majors Andrew Cryer, Eugen Ghiletchi, Tucker Moore, Dan Webber and Annie Worthman. The competition included nine universities, including East Tennessee State, Vanderbilt and Lipscomb, and most of the team included only master’s level business students. Belmont’s team prepared an equity research report on Brentwood-based oil refiner and retailer Delek US, which was presented to a group of Chartered Financial Analyst judges. The team will compete again in the Americas regional competition in Toronto on March 20 and 21. Belmont alumnus Jay McCanless served as the team’s industry mentor.
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