Chartered Financial Analyst Designation

The Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Designation is an internationally recognized standard intended to measure the integrity and competence of financial analysts. The CFA study curriculum strengthens and develops fundamental knowledge of investment principles applicable at the highest level of the investment decision-making process.

To receive the CFA charter, a candidate must sequentially pass three examinations, have at least three years of professional experience working in the investment decision-making process and fulfill the Chartered Financial Analysts Institute's membership requirements

For more information on the CFA Charter visit: www.cfainstitute.org.

For more information about the Finance Department's Investment Management Track (CFA Track), contact:

Dr. David L. Hunter, CFA, at 956-8063 or david.hunter@hawaii.edu.