CHARTERED FINANCIAL ANALYST (CFA) PROGRAM
The Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Program is a post-graduate professional qualification offered internationally by the CFA Institute to investment and financial professionals. The CFA Program has the highest level of international legal and regulatory recognition of finance-related qualifications. The CFA program covers a considerably wide range of topics relating to advanced investment analysis and thus- security analysis, statistics, probability theory, fixed income, derivatives, economics, financial analysis, corporate finance, alternative investments and portfolio management – and provides a generalist knowledge of other areas of finance. A CFA Program candidate who successfully completes the program and meets other professional requirements is awarded the “CFA charter” and becomes a “CFA charter holder”.
OUR CFA PROGRAM PRODUCT
STEPS TO BECOMING A CFA CHARTERHOLDER
- Pass CFA Exams
CFA Program contains three levels of curriculum, each with its own exam. Passing the exam for all three levels is a requirement to obtain the CFA charter.
- Achieve Qualified Work Experience
Complete work experience requirements before, during, or after participation in CFA Program. Your experience must be directly involved with the investment decision-making process or producing a work product that informs or adds value to that process.
- Submit Reference Letters
In support of your membership application, you will need to provide 2-3 professional references. References will be asked to comment on your work experience and professional character.
- Apply to Become a Charterholder
Apply to become a regular member of CFA Institute. Once your application is approved and you have joined CFA Institute, you will have earned the CFA charter.
CFA Program Related Links
Information regarding registration as a new CFA Program Candidate is found in the link below
Information regarding the CFA Program qualification can be found here