Financial Analyst CFA
A Financial Analyst guides organizations and individuals in making the right investment choices on the basis of financial research and analysis. He evaluates the economic health of different sectors and industries for organizations that wish to invest. He also carries out research and makes use of information on company sales, costs, commodity prices, tax rates and expenses to evaluate a firm’s current and projected value/ growth.
Financial Analysts are employed by insurance companies, banks, securities firms, pension and mutual funds and other organizations interested in assisting their customers in the investment process.
Course: Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA)
Eligibility: 10+2 pass
Job opportunities or scope after doing CFA:
Employment avenues for a CFA are available in Banking, Insurance, Corporate Sectors, Finance, Leasing Companies, organizations like Railways, RBI and other financial institutions. They are also employed by brokerage firms, investment advisors or mutual funds. An CFA gets attractive pay and perks.