Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Course


Course Overview

Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) is a mark of excellence in the finance world. With almost six decades of history, the CFA Charter is the most recognized credential in the investment sphere. It is the most desirable and now an essential certification by many employers all over the world. The CFA curriculum equips the successful candidates with the most required skills in the global finance industry.

Employers and clients increasingly require professionals who demonstrate competence in implementing international investment strategies. The CFA qualification is the golden standard for the investment industry. By acquiring it you significantly enhance your career prospects across the global marketplace.

Earning the CFA charter proves that you have a thorough understanding of financial markets, and high levels of professionalism and ethics. It also demonstrates your drive for success and excellence.

Objectives and target group

Who should attend?

  • Any fresh graduate willing to make a career into the investment finance industry.
  • Investment Industry Professionals.
  • Academicians who are teaching investment finance.
  • Anyone working in a finance role.
  • Anyone willing to switch career to finance but doesn’t know where to start.
  • People who are interested in the CFA Program.

Knowledge and Benefits:


After completing the program, participants will be able to master the following:

  • Develop your skills and enhance your professional status.
  • Ethical and professional standards and quantitative methods.
  • Economics principles.
  • Financial Accounting and Reporting.
  • Corporate Finance, Portfolio Management, and Equity Investments.
  • Fixed income securities and alternative investments.

Course Content

Course Content

  • What is CFA?
  • Why is CFA important?
  • CFA facts.
  • CFA admission process.
  • CFA and the financial market.
  • CFA career advancement.
  • Ethical and professional standards.
  • Quantitative and quantitative methods for Investment Analysis.
  • Ethical behavior and the need for professionalism in the investment market.
  • Financial Reporting and Analysis.
  • Corporate Finance.
  • The framework of the derivative market.
  • Alternative Investment.
  • Equity and Fixed Income.
  • Behavioral Finance.
  • Corporate Issuers.
  • Private Wealth Management.
  • Portfolio Management and Wealth Planning.
  • Financial statement uses and analysis.
  • Portfolio Management for Institutional Investors.
  • Capital Market Expectation/Equity Valuation, Asset Allocation.
  • Fixed Income Portfolio Management.
  • Risk Management and Application of Derivatives.
  • Fixed income securities, factors risking it, measures to maintain it, and its measurement techniques.
  • The study of the security markets, indexes, and equity investment areas of the economy.
  • The supply and demand analysis of individuals and firms.
  • Microeconomic concepts and market structure.
  • Explanation of the financial reports along with their standards and procedures.
  • Descriptive Statistics, Probability Theory, and Investment decision-making aspects.
  • Corporate governance and stakeholder management.
  • Monitoring and Rebalancing.
  • Practical workshops and applications.

Course Date





Course Cost

Note / Price varies according to the selected city

Members NO. : 1
£3800 / Member

Members NO. : 2 - 3
£3040 / Member

Members NO. : + 3
£2356 / Member

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