|Author||Topic: CFA Charter Work Experience Requirements|
Anybody out there know as to how quantifies the 4 year work experience (for 2005 candidates) in order for us to be awarded the charter?
All I've got from CFA Inst. is the Work Experience Guidelines at http://www.cfainstitute.org/cfaprogram/workexperience.html
but CFA Inst. does not say as to how the list of Job Titles evaluate your experience (i.e. you could always be fibbing that you have 4 years of investment-related experience).
One inkling that I've got pertaining to this is that to be awarded the CFA charter you need to have a current CFA holder to vouch for you. If you don't you can get a CFA Institute member to do so. But in any case, there is still no transparency here as to how CFA Inst. evaluates the work experience (i.e. you could always get a CFA holder/CFA Institute member who's a childhood buddy to tweak your experience a little, can't you?)
Any ideas out there?
i have the same question as you.
AS it includs "account", so i wonder any account,in whatever company or organization can be accounted in?
Yeah, i agree. I've just got myself a divine intervention.
I've come to know that there are quite a few people who are TEACHING (investment-related, though) and have gone on to do Level III.
But if they've teaching, how in the world do they qualify for the work-experience requirements?
another one of those CFA Institute/AIMR mysteries....