MemberMay 29, 2018 at 8:10 am
Firstly CFA is a much more premier course and cannot be pursued after +2. You need you have either completed your graduation or be in your final year to pursue it as they give provisional admission to final year students.
Secondly, irrespective of whether the candidate is a CA/doctorate in finance he has to give CFA from the very beginning itself. However, after passing CFA you get a lot of exemptions in a lot of courses like actuaries and others. But, if you are a CA you can opt for fast track system in CFA as well.
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