Non-Performing Asset

Non-Performing Asset

Non-Performing Asset

When a borrower is unable to repay the money lent by a lender, such a type of the loan becomes non-performing in the accounts of financial firms. It is also not certain if a lender will receive the money loaned to the borrower. They are the banks' investments that don't offer any returns. (more…)
Which one is better, an MBA in finance, or a CFA?

Which one is better, an MBA in finance or a CFA?

Which one is better, an MBA in finance, or a CFA?

Pursuing an MBA in finance or a CFA largely depends upon the area of interest: MBA Master’s in Business Administration gives an introduction to various areas of business like marketing, human resources, operations management, IT, and Finance. The MBA degree works not only in the business sector but in the government sector, public sector, and private businesses too. Pursuing an MBA is about learning various core subjects as they are applicable in various fields. (more…)
Salary After CFA

Salary After CFA

Salary After CFA

In the long term, your salary would depend on how you perform in a particular role. A lot depends on which industry and the role you want to pursue your career as well as where in the world you intend to work. The CFA has a strong reputation for financial knowledge, skill, and determination, stronger than university degrees. (more…)
Are there any benefits of doing CFA after CA?

Are there any benefits of doing CFA after CA?

Are there any benefits of doing CFA after CA?

Yes, there are some undeniable benefits: Companies will hire you based on your double degree because they will assume that you know a lot. There are many people in many different companies who think alike. Your value will increase after you quit because you now have, experience. You can now demand a higher salary. You can also ask for a pay hike once you have experience. (more…)
Is FRM and CFA a good combination?

Is FRM and CFA a good combination?

Is FRM and CFA a good combination?

CFA opens up doors for various financial services and KPO industries. It has subjects such as equity valuation, fixed income, derivative instruments, portfolio management including RISK MANAGEMENT(the core concept of FRM). It gives you a feel of the entire financial world with knowledge of all fields in a consolidated and channelized manner to ensure maximum effectiveness. (more…)

How to Prepare for CFA Level 1?

How to Prepare for CFA Level 1

Once you register CFA Institute provides you with an ebook copy of the entire Curriculum. Generally, the Ebook is of about 3600–4000 Pages where examples along with the topics are provided for better understanding accompanied by practice questions at the end of each Reading. (more…)
Clearing CFA Exam

Clearing CFA Exam – Important Tips

Clearing CFA Exam Level 1 - All Important Tips

Level one can be very deceptive. On one hand, you will have people telling you it's the simplest of all 3 levels, and the finance concepts tested are all college/high school level. These are also the people that come from finance or accounting backgrounds, and you might hear stuff like,” Oh, level 1 is nothing! I passed it within a month”. (more…)
Key Companies to try after FRM

Key Companies to try after FRM?

Key Companies to try after FRM?

Qualifying FRM opens a plethora of options in your career. The knowledge you gain with the FRM course content will equip you to aim for a lot of companies, even outside the risk profile. Let’s take a look at a few examples to understand this better. Better navigation through profiles must be a target to decide the companies you want to work for. (more…)
Preparing FRM Exam with Job

Preparing FRM Exam with Job?

Preparing FRM Exam with Job

Start with Book three, four, two, and one. Book three is easy and has very interesting topics and also the coverage by 30%. In Book three - Cover topics futures, forwards, and options together. Followed by Book four which also covers 30% which has certain difficult topics such as VaR, Bond valuation needs to be covered together. Then Book two, many candidates consider this as difficult the reason being it is based on Quantitative. It is not at all difficult with practice it’s easy. In Book two - Probability, random variables, Time series, simulation, and correlation. (more…)