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 Why the CFA Designation Matters

When you place the CFA designation after an investment professional’s name, you and your clients know that this person is highly knowledgeable in investment decision-making and financial analysis.  Having employees with the CFA designation means your firm is dedicated to hiring and training individuals with the highest standards for ethical practices and overall professional excellence. 

 The CFA Program

To secure the CFA designation, an investment professional must complete a three-year study program and pass three levels of examination, each six hours long and offered only once or twice per year.  Additional requirements include a minimum of four years experience in the investment industry and adherence to the CFA Institute Code of Ethics and Standards of Professional Conduct. 

 Where CFAOC Members Can Contribute

Institutional money managers have employed CFA charterholders for many years.  More recently, many other organizations have also discovered the benefits of hiring these versatile financial professionals in the following professions:

  • Investment Analysis and Management
  • Corporate Finance
  • Wealth Management
  • Consulting and Sales
  • Public Sector
  • Compliance

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 How to Post a Job to CFAOC's Job Board

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