I want to do Cfa (the US one). I want to ask whether a CA (chartered accountant) can join Cfa or he must be B.Com?

i am thinking of doing C.A. and then CFA as it gives opportunity to work abroad. I checke CFA's site and get to know that a graduate only can join. Plz tell whether a CA can join it or not THANX

0 45 Views | Posted 2011-09-05 16:11:58
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    Manmeet Kaur | Guide-Level 12

    2011-09-21 11:29:16
    Hi, I would like to tell you that the graduates in any discipline from a recognized university are eligible to seek admission to the CFA Program, which is made on the basis of an admission test. The students appearing in the final year examination of graduation are also eligible. However, MBAs, Post Graduate Diploma Holders in Management, CAs, CWAs, CSs, CAIIBs, first class graduates/post-graduates and senior executives with ten years of service in the public sector or the private sector may seek exemption from the admission test.The admission test aims at testing the aptitude of the candidates for professional studies in financial analysis. ... view more

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