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CFI-Certified Means Quality

When you hire a CFI-certified financial professional, you’re getting a rigorously trained new team member who can start being productive on day one.
CFI-Certified Means Quality
Hiring Isn’t Easy
Finding quality candidates who are eager to learn and grow is a big challenge.
Hiring Isn’t Easy
  • It’s hard to predict performance
    No matter how great their resume might look, there’s no telling how your new hire will really do on the job.
  • New hires ramp up too slowly
    Candidates without the right training often need hand-holding and distract your existing team.
  • You can’t be sure of what they’ve been taught
    Potential new hires might have picked up dated practices from previous employers or training.
Cut Through the Noise With a CFI-Certified Candidate
Hiring someone who’s taken the initiative to get a high-level certification means you’re bringing on a go-getter who’s prepared to contribute.
Role-ready
Role-ready
CFI-trained hires are productive from the start. They’ve received role-specific training and practical resources to use on the job – and even get ongoing learning.
Demonstrated commitment
Demonstrated commitment
CFI certification requires more than 100 hours of learning, typically over four to six months. Our students go the extra mile to learn and will for you too.
Skill depth and breadth
Skill depth and breadth
CFI gives students practical skills like analysis, but they also teach soft skills like work politics and communication (so you won’t have to).
Real-world best practices
Real-world best practices
Our students don’t just memorize theories and concepts. They learn hands on by working on the same type of projects they’ll do for you.
Proven ability
Proven ability
A CFI certification means the candidate has the knowledge and skills they need to perform and be successful on the job – and have nailed the exam to prove it.
Comprehensive and up to date
Comprehensive and up to date
CFI learners get access to fresh content with the latest developments in corporate finance, modeling and analytics – no dated lessons here.
Scott LaBrec, MBA, MS, FMVA
“My decision to take the FMVA certification 3 years ago was one of my best career decisions I made.”
Scott LaBrec, MBA, MS, FMVA
The Corporate Finance Industry’s Most Sought-After Designations
Find out more about the certifications you should be checking resumes for.
Financial Modeling & Valuation Analyst (FMVA)®
  • 100 - 200 hours
  • 6 months to complete
  • Financial modeling, valuation and analysis
  • Excel skills focus
Commercial Banking & Credit Analyst (CBCA)™
  • 100 - 200 hours
  • 6 months to complete
  • Financial modeling, valuation and analysis
  • Excel skills focus
Capital Markets & Securities Analyst (CMSA)®
  • 100 - 150 hours
  • 6 months to complete
  • Asset classes, trading strategies
  • Capital markets knowledge and trading techniques
Business Intelligence & Data Analyst (BIDA)™
  • 150 - 200 hours
  • 6 months to complete
  • Business intelligence, data analysis, data transformation, modeling, and visualization
  • Statistical and predictive analysis using code
Financial Planning & Wealth Management Professional (FPWM)®
  • 60 - 100 hours
  • 4 months to complete
  • Financial planning, investment management, business development
  • Economic, financial product, and portfolio
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