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 deal. That being said, should I put taking CFA Level I in June on my resumé? I know this question might be very elementary but I'm doing whatever I can in order to avoid stepping on toes. Is this something that I should mention to interviewers that I plan on taking CFA Level I in June?? Please share your thoughts, hoping to hear input from certified
10 Jan 2019
Hi all- I am 32 years old and transitioning from Medical Device Sales in NYC I to (hopefully) medical device equity research. I met with an analyst at a top bank here and he advised me to take the CFA level one exam, pass it, and then start applying to equity research jobs and he thinks with my background in the industry and the CFA under my belt that I would be able to land an associate equity research position. Two questions: 1. Is there anything you would add to this advice? 2. What is the best way to prepare for the CFA Level I exam with little to no finance background? I was looking into
20 Aug 2019
I've seen some people on here looking to buy CFA materials. Please post below, I have Level I and II for sale in Orange County. CFAI and Kaplan materials for both. Looking to get $180 per level or $300 for both. This is a great way to decide if you want to go ahead with the tests or if you need to study up for some interviews.
20 Oct 2016