Former CFAs CEO Scott Reynold and President Donald McNair are taking the reins of the CFAs Career Institute, the company announced Wednesday.
McNair will be the CFAs president.
The institute was founded by Reynolds in 2015 to bring together more than 1,000 CFAs from around the world.
CFAs have been in decline over the past several years due to the financial crisis and the decline in the number of jobs they hold.
The Career Institute was created in response to those concerns and has been focused on providing an innovative and forward-looking foundation to support those who want to work in the CFB.
The CFA will be headquartered in the Washington, D.C., region, where the CFBs headquarters are located, according to the announcement.
The CFBs offices are located at the U.S. Capitol and are located across the street from the U and M campuses of the University of Maryland.
For the past seven years, the CFBA has partnered with the National Academy of Engineering to create a digital platform for the careers of engineers, and to offer the CFAB with additional opportunities to assist with training and development.
In addition, the agency has partnered in the past with the College of Engineering at the University at Albany to create an award program for career opportunities for engineers in the state of New York.
On the business side, the Career Institute has partnered on a number of initiatives, including an investment in a new building that will house the career center and the CFIB, and a strategic investment in the career services office.
The College of Commerce will also be expanding its CFBA office in 2019.
The agency is also in talks with the U of M to build an Innovation Center for Career Development, the announcement said.
The college’s new Innovation Center will focus on training opportunities for entrepreneurs, according the CFAA.