CFA-Chartered Financial Analyst

The CFA Program is a globally recognized, graduate level program that provides a strong foundation of real-world investment analysis and portfolio management skills along with the practical knowledge you need in today’s investment industry. Employers recognize the CFA charter as a reliable way to differentiate the most qualified, up-to-date, and determined job applicants, frequently listing the CFA charter as a requirement for the position.
Who can do CFA?
Analysts, Portfolio Manager and Investment Professionals.
Structure of CFA Course
CFA have 3 Level Exam set by globally recognized CFA Institute USA.
How to become CFA?
The CFA Charter is awarded to investment professionals who have passed the prescribed 3 Levels of the CFA exam.
Exam Topics
Level I exam: Basic knowledge and comprehension questions focusing on investment tools and some questions will require analysis.
Level  II: Further emphasizes analysis along with application
Level III: Focuses on synthesizing all of the concepts and analytical methods in a variety of applications for effective portfolio management and wealth planning.
CFA Exams & Fee
Level I exams are offered in December and June (typically on the first Saturday). Level II and III of CFA exams are offered in June only (typically on the first Saturday). 
Registration usually opens about 11 months before each exam; register early to take advantage of the fee schedule and to have enough time to study and prepare for the
The CFA Program is a globally recognized, graduate level program that provides a strong foundation of real-world investment analysis and portfolio management skills along with the practical knowledge you need in today’s investment industry. Employers recognize the CFA charter as a reliable way to differentiate the most qualified, up-to-date, and determined job applicants, frequently listing the CFA charter as a requirement for the position.
Who can do this?
Analysts, Portfolio Manager and Investment Professionals.
Structure of Course
CFA have 3 Level Exam set by globally recognized CFA Institute USA.
How to become CFA?
The CFA Charter is awarded to investment professionals who have passed the prescribed 3 Levels of the exam.
CFA Exam Topics
Level I exam: Basic knowledge and comprehension questions focusing on investment tools and some questions will require analysis.
Level II: Further emphasizes analysis along with application
Level III: Focuses on synthesizing all of the concepts and analytical methods in a variety of applications for effective portfolio management and wealth planning.
CFA Exam & Fee
Level I exams are offered in December and June (typically on the first Saturday). Level II and III CFA exams are offered in June only (typically on the first Saturday). 
Registration usually opens about 11 months before each CFA exam; register early to take advantage of the fee schedule and to have enough time to study and prepare for the CFA exam.

 



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