|Author||Topic: I need some Advise please!!!|
I work as a Financial Advisor in a Major Investment Bank Since Jan. of 07. my previous experience was a Banking Center Manager for 2 years at the same Bank. Now, I am torn between the MBA program and the CFA. I really do not want to be in Sales for the rest of my life. I have few Question that i like to get a Helful Feedback on:
1- If I pass LevelI of the CFA, what would be the Salary Range that I would be looking at (considering my previous experience & background)?
2- I am 30 years old. is that too old to start with the CFA program with the fact that it takes about 5 years on average?
3-Assuming I obtain the CFA Charter, and IN THE WORST CASE SCENARIO, how much $$ I would be Making a year?
Thanks in advance for your time & Valuable feedback.
|Anybody wants to help me w/ anyfeedback? PLEASSSE!|
|1. I can't tell from your information. Not sure what "Banking Center Manager" does exactly, or, for that matter, what you would be shopping the CFA for.
3. See response to #1
Thanks for your Feedback. A banking center manager is a manager of a bank branch like a manager of one of Bank of america Branches "you oversee the operation & the sales of the Branch & responsible for achieving specific sales goals. also you would be managing about 10 employees"
lets assume that my previous Experience would not be taken in consideration, what would be a starting salary & what position as a rocky if i pass Level I?
HedgingLawyer, would you also consider re-answer Q3 again?
hope my explaination helps you!!
Thanks again for your feedback.
I can understand the confusion that you are confronted with.
The CFA program is very good and awarding as well. It can definitely take you to greater heights in your career.
|Thanks Gappu for your feedback. I registered for the June 11 exam & will start Studying this week. Do you have any Recommendation on that??
CFA Discussion Topic: I need some Advise please!!!
I just wanted to share the good news that I passed CFA Level I!!! Thank you for your help - I think the online question bank helped cut the clutter and made a positive difference.