|Author||Topic: Work Experience Requirements - 4 years?|
|Hi all - I swear when I looked up the work experience requirements a few months ago (when I first started studying), the requirement was three years. When I checked again today, it read that four years are required.
When I googled this, I saw they passed the four-year requirement in 2004, and it was to be phased in over the next three years. Does anyone know the details of the phase-in?
Am I imagining reading the three years just three months ago? Another year to wait for the charter... I could have my actuarial exams finished by then... ugh.
|I think this 4-years requirement is to get CFA certificate/title. But it doesn't in anyway prevent you from taking this test although you don't have that work experience.
Additionally, if you pass the all 3 level, you will be able to work as CFA.
For exact info look through official web-site ( CFAinstitute.org)
CFA Discussion Topic: Work Experience Requirements - 4 years?
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