KPMG Investment Challenge posts January results
Market volatility or teenage angst may have been what has left only one of the 17 teams in the KPMG 17th Annual Senior School Investment Challenge with the $100,000 they began with at the start of the six-month exercise.
The competition began in November 2021, as the schools vie for the top prizes: $10,000 for 1st place, $6,000 for 2nd place and $4,000 for 3rd place.
The Bermuda Institute’s Dollabillz2024 team have the edge through January.
KPMG hopes to stimulate interest in the notion of investing for the future.
The firm said it also uses the challenge to develop awareness of the capital markets and its career opportunities, as well as create a programme to complement and enhance each school’s current curriculum.