The CFA Program, or Chartered Financial Analyst Program, is a globally recognized professional credential offered by the CFA Institute, a non-profit organization based in the United States.
CFA program involves passing three levels of exams covering topics in investment management, ethics, and financial analysis, designed to assess and enhance expertise in finance and investment analysis.
Individuals with a bachelor's degree or equivalent, or those in their final year of a bachelor's program, or those with four years of professional work experience, are eligible to for CFA program.
CFA program offers benefits such as enhanced career prospects, credibility in the finance industry, advanced knowledge in investment analysis, and access to a global network of professionals.
There are registration fees associated with each level, and the fees can vary based on factors like early registration, study materials, and membership status with the CFA Institute.
To register for the CFA Program, one must create an account on the CFA Institute's website, and complete the registration process.