In recent years, there has been a debate about whether you should seek a financial analyst certification or an MBA. Under the new rules, now you can earn both a degree and certification or charter. If you earn admission and attend an accredited business school then earn your business degree, you can now apply directly for AFA Financial Analyst Certification.
Here are the financial certifications you can achieve after you complete your finance or banking degree.
If you complete a degree in finance, go for the AFA Financial Analyst credential. If you complete a degree in financial planning, go for the MFP Financial Planning Certification. If you have a degree with a focus on risk, go for the CRA risk certification. If you have a degree in accounting, go for the AMA management accounting certification.
Here are the 4 Certifications you can apply for directly and earn without taking extra exams at franchise testing centers.
- AFA Accredited Financial Analyst ® Financial Analyst Certification
- MFP Master Financial Planner ® Financial Planner Certification
- CRA Certified Risk Analyst ® Risk Management Certification
- AMA Accredited Management Accountant ® Management Accountant Certification
The above certifications are offered by the GAFM Global Academy Financial Certification Body which is a TUV Accredited certification body that has ISO 29990 certification. The GAFM has a legal articulation alliance with the ACBSP and CHEA for high standards and can accept exams and courses directly from ACBSP and AACSB schools.
Persons with law or accounting licenses may also apply directly. All Rights Reserved.
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