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  2. How did everyone do? Background: Undergrad- Finance and Economics- State School Grad School- MSF- Semi Target Investment Analyst @ Asset Management Firm Scores: 70- Alternative Investments and Derivatives, Ethics, Quantitative Methods 70>x>50- Corpo ...

    42 comments24 Jan 2019 -

  3. I am approching the CFA level one exam and wondering about what is the best path to pass it. I really appricietate some insight about books, forum, tips and any usefull source to tackle the exam. CFA ...

    195 comments28 Nov 2018 -

  4. I work doing acquisitions, and I have recently considered applying for some Development Associate positions. Some postings at larger shops list CFA on their requirement lists, and I believe this could be the HR/recruiter/talent acquisition person just thr ...

    21 comments25 Jul 2019 -

  5. Just got my results for Level 1 and I passed. 7/10 sections over 70%, none below 51%. I am so stoked right now despite it only being level 1, anyone else get results? CFA testing asset management to Sunday, July 30, 2017- 7:55pm ...

    86 comments30 Jul 2017 -

  6. 300 Hours's blog This article is originally from 300Hours.com. You can read the full article here. In the whole CFA process, passing the 3 exams is without question the hardest part of the entire shebang. But if you're anything like me, once you ...

    84 comments19 Mar 2018 -

  7. CFA L1 this Saturday... I've taken the LSAT before, but building confidence for this beast is pretty damn hard even if you've majored in finance, accounting, or econ and put in 300 hours already. So, to help break up some study time, are there a ...

    41 comments3 Dec 2017 -

  8. This article is originally from 300Hours.com. You can read the full article here. As we've  covered the MBA subject briefly in a recent post  and many readers wrote in for more, a natural follow up would be the classic question:  CFA or MBA? A very, ...

    171 comments7 Oct 2015 -

  9. Mod Note (Andy): WSO readers qualify for a $100 discount to Jared's Daily Dirtnap daily market newsletter...just email [email protected] and mention "WSO Monkey Discount" You can follow Jared on twitter at @dailydirtnap Who doesn't ...

    101 comments22 Jun 2014 -

  10. Do you think is useful to break into investment banking division the CFA? Or maybe is better for AM / Trading? Thanks monkeys CFA ...

    62 comments31 May 2017 -

  11. There is a lot of discussion out there as to why you should take the CFA, why it is shi.t, why it is a waste of time, why it is great, etc... Now I will try to explain why (IMO) you should take it: Taking the CFA- What it Takes to Pass You need to have be ...

    100 comments29 Jan 2018 -

  12. Basically I'm studying for the CFA Level 1 right now and everyone puts up a number of hours that they took to study. However, everyone comes from different background and has a different IQ so it would be nice to see some numbers from people who incl ...

    27 comments2 Apr 2018 -

  13. CFA exam results came out this week. My heart was pounding just waiting for the results to come in. Good luck to everyone! CFA to Friday, July 29, 2016- 6:00pm ...

    63 comments29 Jul 2016 -

  14. CFA Results- 2015

    Off Topic

    Today is the big day we've been waiting for/dreading since early June, when we peeled out of the testing center parking lots, burned our books, and went off to get drunk with our long lost friends. Level I & II results will be released via email ...

    86 comments24 Jun 2016 -

  15. Best CFA Level 1 Prep Material

    Investment Banking

    ...for the money. Looking to start studying for level 1 now. Your guys' input would be great. Thanks in advance. My background: non-bus major, IB analyst, taken finance/accounting Best CFA Preparation Course Our users largely agreed that the Schweser ...

    230 comments12 Mar 2018 -

  16. This article is originally from 300Hours.com. You can read the full article here. Warning: this is a ranty post. This article has a go at well-meaning friends, family and colleagues, whom probably only want the best for me and are just concerned about me ...

    83 comments4 Mar 2015 -

  17. So, the age old question...what is more useful for a long term career in finance, the CFA, the MBA, or the CAIA? Wait, a minute, what even is the CAIA? This article will go through the pros and cons of pursuing each of these three certifications. The upfr ...

    261 comments13 Feb 2018 -

  18. I'm a Junior/Senior undergrad at non-target and I'm hoping to take the CFA level 1 this June (I haven't enrolled yet.) I've factored that I can dedicate around 300 hours to study. 150 hours over winter break (3 1/2 weeks x 40 hours per ...

    39 comments21 Oct 2017 -

  19. who makes more money or has better opportunities in todays job market...doesnt have to be investment banking.....thanks Apply to Top Wall St. Jobs CPA vs. CFA Careers When deciding between these certifications- our users believe that the CFA will be the m ...

    118 comments27 Jan 2018 -

  20. As it goes for industries I'm curious as to what others think about the CFA and how much it can help having at least one level done assuming you already have a decent network. So if you could add any insight for those outside of AM of the value of th ...

    79 comments12 Sep 2015 -

  21. CFA vs. GMAT

    Off Topic

    I'm going to start off by saying this is not another CFA vs. MBA thread. The purpose of this thread is to address a completely different issue. I'm trying to figure out what percentage of the college educated population is even capable of passin ...

    105 comments14 Nov 2017 -

  22. CFA- worth it for bankers?

    Investment Banking

    I'm a 1st year analyst in a MM in lev fin and am looking into taking the CFA this year. I've read a lot though that for banking and PE it's not really beneficial. I would be doing it against my banking hours too. The views of any experience ...

    66 comments31 Jul 2017 -

  23. Hey all, I passed the CFA exam on the first attempt and thought I'd share my methodology. Enjoy! The Time Commitment It's generally recommended that you start five/six months studying before exam day. I recommend starting seven months before. Th ...

    30 comments8 Feb 2018 -

  24. For this type of interview question is: "I see my self possessing as CFA," a good answer? Interview Questions future CFA answers Salary ...

    92 comments19 Feb 2018 -

  25. CFA Study Tips

    Asset Management

    I just started to study for the CFA Level 1 exam coming up in December. I thought I'd see if anyone on these forums (please, only those who have took the CFA Exam) could give me some useful advice regarding studying for the CFA Level 1. Thanks in adv ...

    107 comments18 Aug 2016 -

  26. Execution traders

    Hedge Fund

    Hello everyone, I was hoping that someone in the industry or with more knowledge about it that I, could discuss the role of execution traders. Would it be a good position to take out of college at a hedge fund? I am interested in pursuing a position I wil ...

    73 comments10 Oct 2016 -

  27. Congratulations! We are very pleased to inform you that you passed the December 2015 Level I CFA exam. 43% of candidates passed the December 2015 Level I CFA exam.:) > 70% all sections:) Hope it's good news for everyone else...? CFA to Saturday, J ...

    49 comments30 Jan 2016 -

  28. We've all seen that person on an e-mail signature listing out 6 professional designations following their name. You like to take exam. We get it. While you're at it why don't you should include H.S.D. for your high school diploma and that r ...

    54 comments15 Aug 2018 -

  29. Passed L1 wooooo CFA ...

    61 comments31 Jan 2015 -

  30. Corporate Finance Q&A with accountingbyday, BJM85, STorIB, and djfiii

    Corporate Finance, Development and Strategy

    mod note: this very informative q&a was originally posted on 2/12/12 UPDATE 2/22/12: Over 20 questions and 50 responses added so far, keep 'em coming! I also took the bold away from the questions by popular request ...

    137 comments31 Dec 2012 -

  31. This article is originally from 300Hours.com. You can read the full article here. Le Violon d'Ingres (French idiom): A second skill beyond the one by which a person is mainly known. A few years ago, I was young, green and eager to do well in my finan ...

    35 comments4 Mar 2015 -

  32. This article is originally from 300Hours.com. You can read the full article here. It's finally here- the results for June 2012 Level I and II. It must have been an eternity for those of you who took the exam in June. But from an outside observational ...

    43 comments4 Mar 2015 -

  33. To the estimated 40% who took the test Saturday and will get a passing score: congrats! To the ~60% who won't... better luck next time (or is there anyone out there giving up?).   For all who took it, what are your thoughts? Any surprises / tips you ...

    57 comments3 Jun 2012 -

  34. As my name states, I am a miserable JD. Top-ten law grad on a one-year deferral from big law, with the increasing likelihood of a prolonged job search floating on the horizon (i.e., Unnamed Firm to Miserable JD: Drop Dead). I'm looking to escape this ...

    67 comments23 Jan 2018 -

  35. Just How Hard is the CFA?

    Business School and GMAT

    I know the pass rates are supposed to be about 50%-ish for each of the three levels... and I have a handful acquaintances who've had to resit levels 2 and/or 3. But a couple of others claim that the exams aren't really that hard and had first-ti ...

    66 comments27 Jan 2018 -

  36. Sorry for this rushed question but the deadline is tomorrow so I gotta make up my mind now. I have essentially 2 months to study for the CFA Level 1 exam and I'm prepared to devote 3 hours to it everyday. Just wondering if it's doable or am I wa ...

    60 comments26 Nov 2017 -

  37. I'm applying for a job that lists some specific finance skills and knowledge in the job posting. It also prefers CFA charterholders or candidates. I'm thinking of putting something like: Passed CFA Level I Exam covers DCF, NPV, financial stateme ...

    23 comments2 May 2017 -

  38. Group: CFA

    Off Topic

    This group is for CFAs and those aspiring to pass the Chartered Financial Analyst exam. CFA WSO groups ...

    57 comments24 May 2016 -

  39. CFA useful?

    Investment Banking

    Is the CFA useful at all in banking? Banking CFA ...

    52 comments22 Jan 2018 -

  40. This article is originally from 300Hours.com. You can read the full article here. As we trudge through the lull before the June 2012 results, many first-timers are asking if they have enough time to take the December 2012 Level I exam. That's a fair ...

    41 comments4 Mar 2015 -

  41. Hey all, Was reading through Flake's ER Q &A posted around the holidays and thought that his thread was fantastic. My experience / background is a little different than his was, so I wanted to start this thread as an opportunity to help provide a ...

    57 comments21 Aug 2012 -

  42. Do precise CFA scores matter? This seemingly simple question is soon coming to the fore front of bean counting brains near you. In a move that may have implications for the thousands of finance professionals qualifying for CFA qualifications in the UK, a ...

    39 comments20 Jun 2011 -

  43. Looking at the pass rates of the three levels of the CFA, each in the low 30%'s, the exams seem to be extremely difficult and, admittedly, somewhat intimidating. This is compounded by taking into account who I hope is taking the tests. I would expect ...

    48 comments21 Feb 2017 -

  44. Hi, I have no financial/accounting background, I recently got a MBA from a top US school, I am just 30 and currently working for an operational advisory team for a big 4, I plan to join a PE firm in the future and I am wondering if having a CFA would add ...

    51 comments6 Oct 2016 -

  45. CFA Losing its Luster?

    Job Search Advice

    CFAI Institute announced an influx of 200,000 new candidates this year. Some opinions I've heard say there is an over abundance of CFA Charterholders as is. What do you guys think? I'm currently preparing to sit for level 1 on june 5th. Either w ...

    59 comments11 May 2011 -

  46. CFA Study Material Preference

    Investment Banking

    I am a college senior, graduating in May. I have recently started studying for the CFA Level I exam in June. Currently, I only have the textbooks from the CFA institue. I have read and heard that the Schweser notes and qbank are a must have. I want to dec ...

    45 comments10 Oct 2016 -

  47. What is the CFA and Actuary Exam? The CFA (chartered financial analyst) exam is designed to test the competence and integrity of financial analysts. This is a 3 level exam, with the first level testing basic knowledge and comprehensions questions on inves ...

    25 comments14 Mar 2018 -

  48. Hey all, I wanted to get your thoughts/feedback on studying for the CFA. Previously, I've spent quite some time on the asset management and capital markets side where a CFA mattered. I have studied the level 2, but I've yet to pass it. More rece ...

    13 comments21 Dec 2018 -

  49. So how'd it go? Feel confident that you passed? Any surprises? Any interesting stories (ie somebody fainting)? Anything you wish you had studied up more on (or less)? CFA CFA Exam ...

    41 comments3 Jun 2013 -

  50. CFA exam Done

    Hedge Fund

    Feels good, living the high life right now. how about you? Mod note (andy)- combining two CFA posts into one, here are the questions posed from the other: From @"dkim1984": First, congrats to all those that sat this past saturday for ALL levels. ...

    34 comments9 Jun 2014 -

  51. Throwaway post. Random opening thought: I think it's natural for everyone to 'talk their book', after all there's a reason we choose to be positioned in certain ways in life. I work in the AM industry, and sometimes hear people mention ...

    42 comments22 Jun 2014 -

  52. CFA L1 + GMAT in 5 months

    Business School and GMAT

    Hello I'm gonna keep it simple. Lets say I have 5 months to study and take both exams. The GMAT first and L1 months later. (December) Is this insane? What if I keep a part time job? I'm shooting for a 710 or higher on the GMAT. I graduated with ...

    32 comments1 Jul 2014 -

  53. I have always wanted to do Asset Management but got into the mortgage industry, since it was easy. That is gone now, so I can get back into what I originally liked about finance. I am confident I can pass the CFA exams. However, I am currently unemployed. ...

    28 comments30 May 2018 -

  54. I am an MBA, a CFA Level III candidate, and have been working in ER for a year. My comp is 60k base. What the hell am I doing wrong? Am I in the twilight zone or is this even remotely normal sounding? MBA Equity Research CFA ...

    48 comments31 Jul 2011 -

  55. CFA in 2yrs?

    Job Search Advice

    I would like to finish the 3 levels before the end of my 2 year analyst stint. Someone commented on a recent CFA related thread saying that only 6% of the people pass the 3levels consecutively (not sure about the accuracy), and this got me thinking. 1.) I ...

    31 comments29 Jan 2018 -

  56. How to explain gaps in resume

    Job Search Advice

    What should I say to explain the when I was: considering graduate school, looking for work, improving my health, ect. MBA resume CFA graduate school MAcc MSF Finance PhD ...

    41 comments23 Nov 2013 -

  57. This article is originally from 300Hours.com. You can read the full article here. ...

    23 comments4 Mar 2015 -

  58. Should I study for the CFA?

    Equity Research

    I just broke into this field as an equity research associate analyzing P&C insurance companies. I'm wondering if I should take the CFA exams. I currently have a FCAS (fellow of casualty actuarial society), so I'm not sure if there is that mu ...

    67 comments5 Oct 2010 -

  59. Hello all, This week I registered for CFA Level 1. I registered for the June 2016 exam. I am wondering if anyone has used the Bloomberg study materials for the CFA. I know Schweser is the go to for most people but it looks like Bloomberg's product is ...

    28 comments28 Aug 2015 -

  60. Ok all, I am 34 Finance BS, will finish MBA at Ross in fall 2012, working on CFA and FRM. Looking for a job in finance that is 40ish hours a week. Love spending time with the fam (got 3) and only looking to break 6 figures. I know you all are young and ov ...

    57 comments22 Jun 2011 -

  61. This article is originally from 300Hours.com. You can read the full article here. After more than 2 months of waiting, the results to hopefully the last of many candidates' CFA exams are here.  If you've been anxiously waiting for your results a ...

    22 comments4 Mar 2015 -

  62. Consensus seems to be that the CFA is not a substitute for an MBA and that it's pretty useless for bankers. I would like to hear people's thoughts on the value of a CFA for traders. If you work at a small fund and want to move into S&T at a ...

    33 comments13 Dec 2016 -

  63. Backdrop:-Originally gave myself 7 months to study (came from Econ undergrad, so I figured I would need more time than most)-Department I work in is understaffed like you wouldn't believe, had to work crazy (80+) hours for the last 5 months, despite ...

    18 comments29 Sep 2016 -

  64. CFA vs Master's vs Both

    Business School and GMAT

    1) Will getting a CFA level 1 help me get into a business school at all? 2) Will it help me get an internship or switch out of a job thats more related to finance? 3) Is a CFA more prestigious than a Master's degree in finance? 4) If you are pursuing ...

    47 comments17 Jun 2012 -

  65. Hello All, Thanks for taking the time to read and comment. Looking for a profile review of sorts as well as general B-School advice. Any advice/constructive criticism is welcome and appreciated! Academic Profile: Non-Target University in the South Finance ...

    26 comments27 May 2015 -

  66. This article is originally from 300Hours.com. You can read the full article here. Did you pass? After a long wait- the question that has been bugging you has now been answered. Just a few minutes past 9am ET, the results are finally here, and individual r ...

    20 comments4 Mar 2015 -

  67. CFA in 2 weeks

    Business School and GMAT

    Hey chimps, Just thought I'd post this on here to dispel some myths about the CFA [sic]. Not bragging, just want to establish that it's not in fact as difficult as people make it sound. I agree there is a lot of content, but the point I want to ...

    39 comments10 Feb 2012 -

  68. I am currently a junior associate at a top ny law firm doing mostly m&a and private equity work. I am thinking about switching to finance but I do not have a clear idea as to which area of finance to do. I am thinking about i-banking, PE, hedge fund, ...

    28 comments6 Oct 2016 -

  69. Hey Monkeys, I am curious if the CFA is helpful with breaking into PE. I would imagine it would help a bit since Associates are evaluating investment opportunities. Any insight would be greatly appreciated. private equity Investment Banking CFA ...

    18 comments1 Mar 2016 -

  70. Mike98989's blog Well, as many of you know, the CFA is today. I imagine a lot of you, myself included, are taking one of the exams today. Instead of the usual thread topics, like whether or not it's worth it or what's the best study method, ...

    25 comments2 Jun 2012 -

  71. 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 ...

    31 comments20 Mar 2013 -

  72. This article is originally from 300Hours.com. You can read the full article here. 6 years ago, I signed up for my CFA Level I as a sprightly, wide-eyed innocent. I wish at the time I had someone who'd gone through everything to point out the potholes ...

    18 comments4 Mar 2015 -

  73. Does the CFA designation have any place in Corp. Finance?

    Corporate Finance, Development and Strategy

    Studied and passed level 1 over the spring/summer before I really decided what I was interested in. Can't decide if finishing it is worthwhile; does the CFA have any significance in F500 CF roles? To be specific, I'd like to work my way into a c ...

    24 comments10 Oct 2016 -

  74. This article is originally from 300Hours.com. You can read the full article here. The entire CFA exam process is quite a unique experience. It is challenging, long, but ultimately rewarding.  But sometimes it is frustrating. God, really frustrating. Spark ...

    18 comments4 Mar 2015 -

  75. It's coming towards the end of August and I have just started the Financial Reporting and Analysis book. I've already completed Economics, corporate finance, and Quants. (I decided to take an unorthadox approach in the prep by not taking the usu ...

    32 comments23 Aug 2012 -

  76. Motivating for the CFA

    Equity Research

    How do you motivate yourself to stay after work to study for the CFA? I am a huge procrastinator and find it nearly impossible to stay late after work when my normal work is done and I could conceivably go to the gym, go watch TV, go hang out with friends ...

    22 comments5 May 2017 -

  77. Hello, I will be taking the CFA exam this December. After reading the forum, and seeing people talk about how hard work does not equate success, I am starting to have serious doubts about whether this exam will help me reach my end goal. Why did you take ...

    18 comments3 Sep 2015 -

  78. I know this topic is a horse that has been beaten time and again, however I just decided to bite the bullet and register for the June CFA exam. I mulled over the many posts concerning the pros/cons, etc... regarding the exam, but in the end it seemed that ...

    29 comments8 Nov 2010 -

  79. Investors such as a Buffett and Klarman don't believe in Modern Portfolio Theory, CAPM etc. Buffett calls it "Alice in Wonderland" and Klarman states that he does not even know how to calculate Beta. So if one is a value investor, would it ...

    31 comments17 Apr 2012 -

  80. Hi all, I secured a job after graduating and am currently working as an Investment Analyst at a large Insurance firm's investment management team on fixed income. I hope to eventually work at a large fund manager one day and move up the ranks. Quick ...

    12 comments13 May 2018 -

  81. CFA study burnout

    Business School and GMAT

    So I'm sitting for the level one exam in December and I feel exhausted. I've only put in about 70 hours or so and I already feel like crap and don't feel like doing this anymore. I have corporate finance and the fixed income book left to do ...

    22 comments3 Apr 2017 -

  82. This article is originally from 300Hours.com. You can read the full article here. Apologies in advance for the negative nature of this post, but I feel that failure in the CFA is not an area that's covered enough- people don't like talking about ...

    17 comments4 Mar 2015 -

  83. I managed to pass Level II with a good breakdown (> 70% in 7 sections including all the big ones, 3 between 50-70) in exactly three months. I attribute my success mainly to discipline and desire to pass (Unlike 90% of people taking the test, I've ...

    18 comments27 Dec 2012 -

  84. CFA L1

    Off Topic

    Hello, I am thinking of taking the CFA1 exam in June 2016 and I have some questions. I'll make them short and straight to the point. 1) If I fail the June 2016 exam, can I study for Dec. 2016 using the June material? 2) Are Schweser notes necessary? ...

    18 comments14 Jun 2016 -

  85. Say you're a 28 year old management consultant (non MBB) with a CFA charter (weird combo, right?) and looking at full time MBA programs (class of 2015). You're interested in moving into a buy side role post MBA, and you're a solid candidate ...

    28 comments7 Jul 2012 -

  86. Yes, MBA only 7% (33 votes) Yes, MSF only 12% (54 votes) Yes, CFA only 6% (26 votes) Yes, CFP only 1% (5 votes) Yes, CPA only 4% (18 votes) Yes, CAIA only 1% (3 votes) Yes MBA, and CFA and/or CPA and/or CFP and/or CAIA 5% (23 votes) Yes MSF, and CFA and/o ...

    14 comments20 Aug 2012 -

  87. I'm in the process of choosing my classes for next semester and it would be possible to graduate in 3 years, and definitely graduate in 3.5 years. When I was talking to my alumni mentor, he recommended that I try and complete the CFA Level 1 during m ...

    19 comments23 Feb 2018 -

  88. This article is originally from 300Hours.com. You can read the full article here. The CFA charter is a great career enhancer in the right industries and when utilized to it's full potential. Although it is  challenging to attain, if  you are well pre ...

    16 comments4 Mar 2015 -

  89. This article is originally from 300Hours.com. You can read the full article here. As the exam approaches, we hope you're finishing up the last of your planned practice exams! Our CFA Analysis shows that passing candidates average one full practice ex ...

    15 comments4 Mar 2015 -

  90. "Cheating" during the CFA Exam

    Investment Banking

    It looks like I might have violated the CFA code of ethics... So I woke up early, and drove to the CFA testing center. The parking lot that the CFA exam was using was cash only, so I had to drive around to find an ATM. Got to the test center seconds befor ...

    29 comments5 Jun 2010 -

  91. These posts used to be pretty encouraging, but now there seems to be a cynical crowd growing. A lot a people say the CFA is overrated, won't help to get a job, is a waste of time and money, go get an MBA, etc. I guessing these are mostly those who to ...

    29 comments11 Mar 2010 -

  92. I'm sitting for the CFA Level I in December. Assuming I pass, do you think that would be enough to land an entry-level Equity Research position? I graduated with a Finance degree from Rutgers in May with a 3.5. Decent, but not great. I currently work ...

    20 comments27 Jul 2012 -

  93. Would you want to know from prospective hires that they plan on taking CFA Level 1 in June? I don't want to be the incoming CFA Level I candidate types on LinkedIn... I know it's a tough exam and passing it the first time around is a pretty big ...

    9 comments10 Jan 2019 -

  94. CFA Levels Value

    Job Search Advice

    Hi, I was wondering if it is only worth to take the CFA if I try to pass all 3 levels. I was only thinking of going up to Level 1. Is there any value in passing CFA Level 1? CFA CFA 1 ...

    18 comments7 Mar 2016 -

  95. Any other CFA L1 hopefuls here's the best sheet I've found for filling in and drilling formulas over these few final days. More comprehensive than the Schweser quicksheet (which is also good though and worth the $29 imho). Note that there are qu ...

    18 comments10 Oct 2016 -

  96. Hiring Fresh CFAs?

    Asset Management

    Guys i need to know if there are good firms which hire fresh CFAs.(meand candidates who have passed all the levels of the CFA programme but do not have relevant experience). I guess there must be sum firms who prefer CFA over a college degree and offer fr ...

    27 comments8 Mar 2010 -

  97. So there are a lot of posts debating CFA vs. MBA, and there was even on related to AM /PM just now. But I haven't found a concrete answer as related to HF. If the end game is to ultimately become a HF Manager, is it preferable to have a MBA from Whar ...

    22 comments16 Dec 2012 -

  98. i am just going to be a freshman this year and this summer i studied my bro's study note. it is not bad anyway. I want to take CFA as a freshman or sophomore but the cfa institute would not allow. any suggestions? freshman CFA sophomore ...

    26 comments17 Aug 2010 -

  99. How would having a Level 1 CFA look for junior SA recruiting at the BB and Elite Boutique IBD Firms? Investment Banking CFA analyst recruiting ...

    19 comments7 Mar 2016 -

  100. Saw this article on dealbreaker this morning (all credit goes to Bess Levin): "CFA Police: 'The Candidate Was Moving His Hat And Hands Around Using What Appeared To Be Signals'" http://dealbreaker.com/2012/07/cfa-police-the-cand... ...

    22 comments26 Jul 2012 -

  101. I am a rising senior at at non-target majoring in STEM who has recently started a back office internship in a small Asset Management firm. When I was interviewing for the internship, I was led to believe that if I finished a set of back office work, I cou ...

    13 comments1 Jul 2016 -

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