Asked by: Emilee Pasanasked in category: General Last Updated: 27th March, 2020
How do I show CFA designation on my resume?
- put "CFA Institute" as an educational awarding body in the "Education" or "Professional Development" section, and.
- list your current status as your most recent qualification.
Similarly, you may ask, how do I show CFA Level 1 on my resume?
One way is to call yourself a CFA Level I candidate. Another is to state that you are preparing for the CFA Level I exam in the Skills/Certifications/Professional Development section of your resume. If you have passed Level II, add that you are a Level II Candidate, and so on.
Similarly, does CFA Level 1 mean anything? The Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) is one of the more frequently sought after designations for investment professionals. CFA candidates are required to pass each of these exams and must meet certain work requirements as set out by the CFA Institute. In December 2017, the passing rate for the Level I exam was 43%.
Similarly, you may ask, what can you do with a CFA Level 1?
Based on these numbers, if you've passed Level I, the job roles most likely available to you are are intern, accountant or assistant accounting manager, investment administrator, fund analysts investment product analyst, and junior equity research analyst (which is often the first step toward getting into asset
Can I say I am a CFA candidate?
You can only state that you are a candidate if you actually have registered for the exam, i.e. passing Level I does not automatically grant you "Level II candidate" status. Therefore, if you've registered for CFA Level I, you can write “CFA Level I Candidate.”