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CFA

abbreviation for Certified First Assistant.
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CFA Institute has promoted these values since it established the first CFA examination in 1963,' he added.
Ethical and Professional Standards requiring CFA charterholders to annually attest to their continued compliance with CFA Institute Code of Ethics and Standards of Professional Conduct.
Noncompliance with the code and standards subjects CFAs to disciplinary sanctions, which may include suspension or revocation of the CFA charter.
He holds a Master of Arts degree in Modern History from Oxford University, and is a Chartered Accountant and CFA charterholder.
Putting Investors First Month is a way for CFA Institute to ensure investors' rights -- including disclosure of information, fair and honest advice, and accurate assessment of risk and reward --are at the core of the industry," concluded Goodstadt.
The new members of the board are:* Khalil Nooruddin, CFA, President * Lamees T.
CFA High Risk Area Best Practise Guidelines (this is a supplement to the main CFA Good Hygiene Practice Guidelines which are only available as printed copy):
When Joel Martinez, my friend and mentor, hired me as editor at The CFA in the year 2000, I began a journey of personal and professional growth that centered on the premise that this epidemic must be conquered.
shares in the capital stock of a CFA of a Canadian taxpayer;
CFA does not suggest how one could tell that an adult-sized ATV was bought for a child under 16, since no dealer would likely admit to having sold one for that purpose.
Coulombe is a CFA director as well as chair of CFA's education committee and a director of the Foundry Educational Foundation.