What is the CFA Program?
The Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Program, awarded by CFA Institute, is the most respected and recognised investment management credential in the world.
A self-study, master's-level qualification, it provides a strong foundation of advanced investment analysis and real-world portfolio management skills that will give you a career advantage.
Please note CFA UK does NOT act as the awarding organisation for the CFA Program qualification
Who is it for?
Portfolio and wealth managers, investment and research analysts, professionals involved in the investment decision-making process, and finance students who want to work in the investment management profession.
What you will learn
The CFA Program requires you to pass three levels of exams.
The curriculum is organised into ten general topic areas that provide a framework for making investment decisions. Topics include ethical and professional standards, quantitative methods, economics, financial reporting and analysis, corporate finance, equity investments, fixed-income investments, derivatives, alternative investments and portfolio management and wealth planning.
CFA Institute offers needs-based scholarship opportunities for those unable to afford the full price of the CFA Program fees.