Magda received a Master of Science degree in Applied Economics and Finance in 2006 from the University at Buffalo, The State University of New York. She received a Master of Arts in Economics, with a concentration in International Relations and European Studies in 2002 from the University of Economics, Poznan, Poland. Magda joined Arbor’s team in 2006.
Magda earned the Chartered Financial Analyst designation in September of 2010. She has been a CFA Institute Member as well as CFA Society of Buffalo Member since 2007. She has been a member of the CFA Society of Buffalo Board of Directors since 2011. Magda became membership chair for the Buffalo CFA Society in 2014.
Magda is proud of earning her CFA designation, which requires 4 years of demanding study and testing. To earn the CFA charter, you must successfully pass through the CFA Program, culminating in
three sequential exams.
” I take my role with the investment team here at Arbor Capital very seriously. We take a wide range of information into consideration before making investment decisions for our clients. This includes not only what’s happening with the current market and economy, but also requires seeing a larger picture. We explore every possible option for our clients’ portfolios in order to make the best possible decisions. Earning my CFA designation was one of the most difficult endeavors I had undertaken in the course of my investment and finance career. It took a great deal of perseverance, self-discipline and sacrifice. While I’m tremendously proud of this accomplishment, more importantly, it has given me a more in-depth ability to assess and make educated, intelligent decisions to help our clients meet their investment goals. Some people were made for this type of work and I’m one of them, and I love what I do.”