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CFA

abbreviation for Certified First Assistant.
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The CFA designation is one of the most respected and recognised investment management designations in the world.
Each governor is elected by the CFA Institute membership for a three-year term that runs from Sept.
CFA Institute has promoted these values since it established the first CFA examination in 1963,' he added.
Although the two CFA francs are legal tender only in their respective regions, each region's central bank maintains the same parity of its CFA franc against the French currency, and capital can move freely between the two regions.
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.
TEI's March comments, which are reprinted in this issue beginning on page 143, concluded that no additional restrictions (beyond those already in the various provisions of the Income Tax Act) on the use of funds lent to a CFA to acquire shares of another CFA that are "excluded property" to the acquiring CFA are warranted or required.
In conjunction with that campaign, CFA has launched a website to mobilize consumers around issues of media and communications.
CFA offers several certification programs including CCT-Marine, CCT-Instructor, CCT-Cast Polymer, and CCM (Certified Composites Manager).
But ATV user groups such as the All-Terrain Vehicle Association (ATVA) charge that the numbers CFA used in its petition to CPSC and in its Aug.
Pictured, CFA Past Presidents Clyde McBain, Ancast Industries, Ltd.
Since retrocession, the ultimate power to interpret statutes has been passed on from the CFA to the National People's Congress Standing Committee (NPCSC).