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10+ Years of Coaching Experience

3000+
Aspirants
Trained

High
Passing
Rate

900+
Hours of
Training

20000+ employees trained

10+ Years of Coaching Experience

3000+
Aspirants
Trained

High
Passing
Rate

900+
Hours of
Training

20000+ employees trained

About The Course

The CFA® Program is a globally-recognised professional certification program that provides a
strong foundation for students and professionals in Investment Banking,
Equity Research, Capital Markets, Portfolio Management, Corporate Finance, etc.

The Flow of Learning

Here’s how you can become a global financial analysis expert.

Faculty Speaks

Get trained by some amazing the CFA® charterholders. Meet our army of talented CFA® charterholders who will mentor you through your journey.

Sameer Gunjal

CEO (Ennovat Research Investment
and Capital (Hedge Fund))

Yogesh Sakunia

Ex-CRISIL | CA | CIMA | Level 1 of the
CFA Program

Mushtaq Ali

18 Years of Experience in
Equity Research and FPA

Certifications

You become a CFA® charterholder after you successfully clear the CFA® Program level 3 exam and complete four years of relevant work experience.

CFA Institute 

In 1947, the institute was set up to offer world-class financial education to investment professionals. Since then, the organisation has spread across the globe, offering high-quality training to students in over 165 countries. The chartered financial analyst designation is recognised within the investment domain as a powerhouse certification. The course covers a variety of industry-specific subjects such as corporate finance, economics and financial analysis. There is also a high emphasis on ethics and professional standards. CFA Institute has come a long way in its mission to set an unmatched standard of financial excellence.

Certificate from IMS Proschool & NSDC

Students will also receive a completion certificate from IMS Proschool and NSDC on completing respective papers.

Check Your Eligibility

Eligibility

  • At the time of registration, the candidates should either have a bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) or studying in the final year of college.
  • Candidates should have four years of relevant, professional work experience or a combination of work/college experience that totals four years.
  • A valid international passport

FAQ’s

For Level I of the CFA® course exam, the candidate will have to pay a one-time program enrollment fee of USD 350 apart from the Registration fees. The Registration fees for all the levels are the following:

Early Registration Fee – USD 900

Standard Registration Fee – USD 1200

Exam Rescheduling Fee – USD 250

The focus area of CA is Auditing, Accountancy, and Taxation.

The CFA® course teaches Investment Banking, Equity Research, Investment Advisory Services, Portfolio Management, Wealth Management, etc.

CA is a statutory qualification in India

CFA® Program is an international qualification recognized by any Investment company worldwide.

The CFA® course is investment-oriented. Pursuing the CFA® Program means learning about Investment Banking, Mutual Funds, Derivatives, Portfolio Management, Equity / Debt Research, Financial Services, Fund Management for large institutional investors, Banking Industry, etc. The emphasis is on the analysis and research side instead of accounting.
CIMA is a ‘management accounting qualification’ for those working outside public accounting (i.e. audit). It deals with accounting-related issues within finance departments and companies.

Both qualifications are recognised across the world. The focus of the CFP curriculum is to create financial plans for an individual.

The focus of the CFA® course curriculum is to make financial plans, and work on research and other domains in the investment finance industry.

CFA® charterholders work in financial areas that deal with institutional investments. CFP-certified professionals are involved in advising individual investors, typically with smaller investment portfolios.

Recognition: As an analyst with a CFA® designation, you would analyse individual companies and industries intensively.

Area: The CFA® charterholders lean toward financial research and analysis, whereas the CFP looks at investment planning for individuals.

The CFA® course duration takes at least 2 years to complete, while the CFP can be completed within a year.

Profile: After The CFA® Program, you can make a career in Investment Banking, Mutual Funds, Derivatives, Portfolio Management, Equity / Debt Research, Financial Services, Fund Management for large institutional investors, Banking Industry, etc,

After the CFP course, you can make a career in financial planning.

Eligibility: You can start pursuing the CFP after the 12th year

You can sit for level I of The CFA® Program only after graduation or during the final year of your graduation.

Expenditure: Total expenditure of the CFP along with tuition fee is INR 50,000 to INR 60000.

The CFA® course expenditure is between INR 2 lakh to INR 2.2 lakh.

Salary: After completing the CFP, the annual average salary is in the range of INR 2 lakh to INR 4 lakh.

On the other hand, after the CFA® Program, it is in the range of INR 4 lakh to INR 12 lakh.

Commitment: Compared to CFP, The CFA® course exam is tough and requires more time commitment.

Exams: To get the CFA® designation, you must take three exams in a separate year. The exams cover finance, accounting, economics, investments, and ethics.

In CFP, you have to write five exams: investment, retirement, tax, insurance, and advanced financial planning.

Work Experience: In both CFP & the CFA® Program, you must meet certain education and work experience requirements.

You need to have 4 years of relevant work experience for the CFA® charter.

You need 3 years of relevant work experience for the CFP certification.

Without an MBA degree from a reputed B School, it is tough for engineers to get into finance. Still, with the CFA® course certification, it is possible because the course is focused on Investments.

If you are an engineer who wants to make a career shift to a financial field, then your top priority should be the CFA® Program.

Your engineering background gives you quantitative problem-solving skills. Along with a CFA® charter, your qualifications are a perfect match for the investment industry.

If you are good with numbers and have an interest in finance, then you should do the CFA® course. Financial engineering and quantitative finance is a field where they like to hire engineers.

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