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CFA

 (sē′ĕf-ā′)
A trademark for a credential used to identify people who have been certified as Chartered Financial Analysts.
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The CFA had said the decision was taken in an attempt to curb violence in stadiums and as such tickets for away fans in games between Anorthosis, Aek, Apollon, Apoel, Ael and Omonia would only be available through the CFA website.
CFA Institute will work in close partnership with ADGM, the International Financial Centre in Abu Dhabi, to establish its new presence to advance the CFA Institute mission to lead the investment profession by promoting the highest standards of ethics, education and professional excellence for the ultimate benefit of society.
This caps a 28 percent increase in Level III candidates over the last five years, reflecting a growing interest in the CFA designation as an international credential and building professionalism in investment management.
The chief minister congratulated CFA Society Pakistan on holding events which encourage industry to improve on their professional standards.
Amer Khansaheb, CFA, President of CFA Society Emirates said, "I am honoured to take over responsibility for a role that will play an important part in helping to drive the very best international standards here in the UAE.
Charles really has a heart for CFA Institute members and is particularly interested to help our societies, especially in the Asia Pacific region, to grow and flourish," said John Rogers, CFA, president and CEO of CFA Institute.
CFA (Wells Capital Management) ***Greg Golden, CFA (Golden Capital Management)
The CFA exam, recognised worldwide as the gold standard qualification for investment professionals, was conducted at 92 test centers in 55 cities in 31 countries worldwide, including Abu Dhabi, and Dubai.
Since its formation, CFA has grown from 11 founding members with a combined turnover of around 100m [pounds sterling] to 24 members and a turnover of around 2500m [pounds sterling].
If you think it is bad enough that the majority of the former French colonies in Africa fall in the "Bottom 50" of the least developed countries in the world, spare a thought for this fact: Poor as they are, they have, for over six decades, been depositing 65% of their foreign reserves in the French Treasury in Paris--thanks to an archaic colonial arrangement linking their local currency, the CFA franc, to the French franc and now the euro.
Currently 35 CFA charterholders work in Alaska in a variety of capacities such as portfolio managers, investment analysts, chief investment officers and chief financial officers, among other related roles.
The Board is responsible for governance and development of the CFA; it oversees all CFA activities and determines overall CFA strategy.