A Chartered Financial Analyst is a globally recognized professional designation for individuals working in the field of finance and investment management. It is awarded by the CFA Institute.
CFA specializes in investment management and financial analysis, utilizing their expertise to make informed investment decisions, manage portfolios, and provide strategic financial advice to clients.
Career as a CFA offers the potential for high earning, global recognition, and the opportunity to work in diverse areas of finance, including investment management, and financial planning.
Individuals with a bachelor's degree, or those in their final year of undergraduate studies, along with four years of relevant work experience or a combination of work and education are eligible.
Becoming a CFA typically costs candidates around $3,000 to $4,000 in total, including registration fees, exam fees, and study materials.