Studying for the CFA® exam in 2019? Here are the recent exam changes you need to be aware of!
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If you want to become a CFA® charterholder, you must be prepared to put in hundreds of hours of study. The CFA® Institute estimates that a candidate must prepare for at least 300 hours for each of the three levels.
In order to work as a CIBA, you’ll need to understand US GAAP and IFRS accounting standards, key financial modeling concepts, and the credit quality of companies. Plus, you’ll need to thoroughly understand every step of the M&A process.
Spend any time on the internet and you’ll quickly discover a ton of free resources available to help you learn about virtually anything. Studying for the CFA is no different, although some materials are a better use of your time than others.
Both the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA®) and Financial Risk Manager (FRM) credentials designate professionals who are knowledgeable in finance and capable of analyzing investments. Although both certifications are financially based, they are very different in nature and allow their holders to perform different tasks and specialize in different activities. Let’s take a look at CFA®
Picking out the best CFA® study materials and courses to help you pass the chartered financial analyst exam isn’t as easy as it seems. There are many different test prep companies that all claim they’re the greatest at helping you prepare for the exam, but how can you know for sure which is the best
CFA® Exam fees can be very expensive, partly because it’s actually made up of three separate exams that are very comprehensive. Most candidates think about the registration fees and the costs of actually taking the CFA® exam, but they don’t consider all of the additional expenses that go with it. Becoming a Chartered Financial Analyst
CFA® exam results are issued by the CFA® Institute to Level I and Level II candidates within 60 days of their exam date. CFA® Level III candidate results are issued within 90 days of their exam date. This means that June CFA® Level I and II test takers will receive results at the end of
The Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA®) exam is an extremely difficult test, and it’s coming up quickly. That’s why it’s important to start scheduling for it early so you don’t end up missing out on key deadlines.