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CAIA Association Opens Registration for September 2019 Level I and II Examinations
April 1 @ 08:00 - August 5 @ 17:00
If you would benefit from a deeper understanding of the complex world of alternative investments, then now is the time to begin the CAIA Charter Program created by CAIA Association, the global leader in alternative investment education. Registration for the September 2019 exams opened on April 1, 2019. Begin earning the CAIA designation and expand your investment knowledge.
As a CAIA Association Partner, NYAIR is pleased to offer our members a 10% discount on first-time exam fees (and an additional $100 off before May 13), and exam re-takers receive a reduced fee of US$450.
To register using the NYAIR discount CLICK HERE & use code: Assoc-coupon
The Level I exam will take place September 2-13, 2019 and the Level II exam will take place September 16-27, 2019 at proctored test centers around the world.
Please note that the CAIA Association has published unique texts for Level I and Level II, with options for purchase available at caia.org. Both ensure access to the latest thinking and practices in this ever-changing field.
The CAIA Charter is a globally recognized credential for professionals managing, analyzing, distributing, or regulating alternative investments. The designation is the highest standard of achievement in alternative investment education and provides deep knowledge, demonstrated expertise, and global credibility in alternatives.
CAIA® is the globally-recognized credential for professionals managing, analyzing, distributing, or regulating alternative investments.
Employees of NY-AIR member companies are entitled to a 10% discount off the exam fees.
The Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst program provides a broad-based curriculum in alternative investments. The program covers the main areas of hedge funds, managed futures, commodities, real assets, private equity, and structured products.
Exams are held semi-annually in late February / March and September at testing centers worldwide.
For more information, please visit caia.org.