- short for chartered financial analyst - is the highly respected credential in the world of finance and one that is respected around the world.
Pelis was created to ensure CFAs
help cultivate planted seedlings and protect trees and wild bushes in forests.
A by-product of coal combustion is coal fly ash (CFA
), an anthropogenic source of fine PM.
Despite these variables, all CFAs
have one thing in common: The molecule is designed to decompose at a specific temperature and to produce a gas as part of that decomposition.
"We continue to add best-in-class products to our Elantec family of op amps, and the EL5166 and EL5167 offer unmatched CFA
performance," said Sameer Vuyyuru, Intersil's director of marketing for video and op amps.
Overall 61 per cent of respondents to BDO's research expected CFAs
to be more profitable than traditional fee structures, compared to 53 per cent in a similar study three years ago.
This article describes the PFS and the three other well-known PFP designations--the certified financial planner (CFP), the chartered financial consultant (ChFC) and the chartered financial analyst (CFA
)--in terms of the education, experience and testing requirements for obtaining and maintaining each.
Says Bill Crostic, president of wood-polyolefin compounder Onaga Composites, "We see CFAs
finding a niche in fence and exterior trim boards and less in decking, where wood content can be as high as 70%." He points out that the more wood is present, the less resin there is to be foamed.
The FIE Rules may also result in FAPI to a CFA
of a Canadian taxpayer, as a CFA
is deemed to be a Canadian taxpayer for purposes of applying the FIE Rules.
FAPI is also relevant for foreign affiliates (including CFAs
) in determining the extent to which dividends may be repatriated free of Canadian tax to corporations resident in Canada.