Cfa level 3 curriculum changes 2016
2017 Guide to CFA Program Curriculum Changes by CFA InstituteThis guide summarizes key CFA® Program curriculum updates that reflect the practical knowledge and skills you need in today’s investment industry. Our practitioner-led global practice analysis process drove updates in three primary areas for 2017: ethics, ESG investing, and risk measurement. This guide examines the factors and events that drove these and other curriculum enhancements — 11 knowledge areas in all.
Level III 2015 2016 Program Changes
To keep up with those changes and ensure we are providing candidates with exactly what they need to pass, Kaplan Schweser enlists an in-house team of skilled MBAs, PhDs, and 18 CFA charterholders. Together, they work to fully update our study materials and get them to you as soon as possible. For the season, that process began in February of , when CFA Institute held a prep provider conference call to discuss planned curriculum changes. This forum allows CFA Institute to walk through initial plans and address our concerns. Schweser then kicked off our annual update process with a goal of ensuring key products, including the SchweserNotes, are ready to ship by July 27, Each year, we get questions from candidates regarding how much the exam content changes year over year, and how we reflect those changes in our curriculum.
Make sure you know which study sessions and learning outcome statements LOS were changed and how it could affect your studying. New candidates to a specific level may not feel that curriculum changes are important. The LOS and readings were changed for a reason and that reason may mean a higher likelihood of the material appearing as a question on the exam. We published our update to the CFA curriculum changes for each level in separate posts last week. Make sure you click through and check out content changes for your exam level. The 11 th edition of the Standards of Practice Handbook was just released in and changes hit the exam last year.
CFA Level III curriculum 2017 – changes from 2016