I am doing property level acquisitions (building acquisition models, taking part in all the due diligence, presenting deal investments to senior investment director, doing credit analysis on prospective tenants, etc), and am contemplating the CFA.
I have read the hotly partisan discussions about its merits, but want to know if 4 years in this role would qualify as proper work experience for the designation (since it is not securities related AND the real estate investment is not part of a wider securities dominated investment platform).
See: CFA Institute's 'Becoming a Member' section for their exact working since I cannot post that link here.
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