Nearly 90% of applicants don’t pass financial analyst exams

Almost 90 per cent of the financial analysts who have taken the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) exams in Ireland over the last five years have failed them or not completed them.

10th March, 2007

Almost 90 per cent of the financial analysts who have taken the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) exams in Ireland over the last five years have failed them or not completed them.

The programme for the CFA, a standard qualification in the industry, is exclusively aimed at stockbrokers, researchers, investment advisers and fund managers working in financial services.

Over the past five years, 1,000 people have attempted the CFA exams, but only 135 people working in the...

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