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Chartered Financial Analyst. An individual who has passed tests in Economics, Accounting, security Analysis, and Money management, administered by the Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts of the Association for Investment Management and Research. Such an individual is also expected to have at least three years of investments-related experience, and meet certain standards of professional conduct. These individuals have an extensive Economic and investing background and are competent at a High level of analysis. Individuals or corporations utilize their services as security Analyst, Portfolio managers or investment Advisor.

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