CAIA Exam Preparation

CAIA Exam Preparation Course

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CAIA Level 1

CAIA L1 is the 1st level of the 2-part CAIA exam. CAIA is the highest distinction in the Alternative Investment management profession.

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CAIA Level 2

CAIA L2 is the 2nd level of the 2-part CAIA exam. CAIA is the highest distinction in the Alternative Investment management profession.

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Course Calendar – CAIA Level 1

External financial reporting decisions

Timing:Feb 1st (9AM to 6PM) Feb 2nd (9AM to 6PM)

Course Fees: AED 2500

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Planning, budgeting and forecasting

Timing:Feb 1st (9AM to 6PM) Feb 2nd (9AM to 6PM)

Course Fees: AED 2500

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Performance
management

Timing:Feb 1st (9AM to 6PM) Feb 2nd (9AM to 6PM)

Course Fees: AED 2500

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Cost
management

Timing:Feb 1st (9AM to 6PM) Feb 2nd (9AM to 6PM)

Course Fees:AED 2500

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Course Calendar – CAIA Level 2

External financial reporting decisions

Timing:Feb 1st (9AM to 6PM) Feb 2nd (9AM to 6PM)

Course Fees: AED 2500

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Planning, budgeting and forecasting

Timing:Feb 1st (9AM to 6PM) Feb 2nd (9AM to 6PM)

Course Fees: AED 2500

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Performance
management

Timing:Feb 1st (9AM to 6PM) Feb 2nd (9AM to 6PM)

Course Fees: AED 2500

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Cost
management

Timing:Feb 1st (9AM to 6PM) Feb 2nd (9AM to 6PM)

Course Fees:AED 2500

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What is CAIA?

CAIA stands for Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst. It is a professional designation granted by the CAIA Association to professionals in the alternative investment field. The CAIA program involves a 2-tier exam and professional experience requirement.

The CAIA Association was founded in 2002 by two organizations: Alternative Investment Management Association (AIMA) and the Center for International Securities and Derivatives Markets (CISDM)

Who conducts CAIA?

Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst (CAIA) (pronounced “KAI-ah”) is a professional designation offered by the CAIA Association to investment professionals who complete a course of study and pass two examinations.

Who writes CAIA?

Every student who has done a 12th or equivalent degree and has scored minimum 55% marks can write the examination. The degree should be from a recognized board or university.

What is the CAIA work experience requirement?

In order to fulfill CAIA work experience requirement, Candidates must complete two continuous years of professional experience in financial risk management or any relative area. Experience requirement must be completed within five years from the date of passing the CAIA exam.

Job opportunities for CAIA?

Successfully completing CAIA PART 1 is the beginning of your career in the field of finance. With the CAIA PART 1 qualification, Candidates should be able to find an Analyst / Senior analyst job in any of the research houses, brokerage companies or work as a trader in an investment management firm. But keep in mind that completing L3 and finally obtaining the charter is the ticket into the big leagues.

How Long Does It Take To Become An CAIA Charterholder?

CAIA requires a minimum of 2 years to complete the 2 Level tests. Also one needs to gain 4 years of continuous full time professional experience.

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