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    venom.dmx
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    Let me know the required criterion for doing C.F.A.

    Hi Good Day, need to know the required criteria for doing C.F.A.
    As I had done my graduation in B.com(Hons) & hold an experience
    of 8 yrs in Financial Services & Investment Banking Operations.

    Kind Regard's
    Shujath





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    cenahlr
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    Re: Let me know the required criterion for doing C.F.A.

    hi,
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    Eligibility Criteria for CFA;-


    The admission test aims at testing the aptitude of the candidGraduates in any discipline from a recognized university are eligible to seek admission to the CFA Programme, which is made on the basis of an admission test. The students appearing in the final year examination of graduation are also eligible. However, MBAs, Post Graduate Diploma Holders in Management, CAs, CWAs, CSs, CAIIBs, first class graduates/post-graduates and senior executives with ten years of service in the public sector or the private sector may seek exemption from the admission test.
    for professional studies in financial analysis. Hence the test places emphasis on the test of quantitative reasoning.


    The candidates who are successful in the admission test and those who are exempted from passing the admission test are enrolled for the Programme
    thanks

    thanks




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    NILKANTA ADHIKARI
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    Re: Let me know the required criterion for doing C.F.A.

    Dear Friend,


    Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) is a professional programme in Financial Management and Analysis offered through distance learning as:

    a) Regular CFA Programme (3 years) and b) Accelerated CFA Programme (2 years)

    The only eligibility criteria for this exam is that the candidate should be a 'Graduate',' Management student' or a 'working executive and professional'.

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