FMVA®, CMSA®, CBCA®, and BIDA™ (in progress)
Financial Modeling & Valuation Analyst (FMVA)® Certification
The Financial Modeling and Valuation Analyst (FMVA)® program is ideal for professional financial analysts and students of different backgrounds. The certification program is designed to teach you everything you need to know about financial modeling and valuation, step by step, in an extremely practical way. By graduating from the program, you can expect to be performing industry-leading financial analysis upon successful completion of the courses.
Certified Banking & Credit Analyst (CBCA)® Certification
The Certified Banking & Credit Analyst (CBCA)® program covers a comprehensive curriculum required to become a skilled credit analyst. By guiding you through industry analysis, management assessment, business analysis, financial analysis, loan security, credit evaluation and documentation, as well as review procedures, you will be equipped with the knowledge base of a proficient credit analyst.
Capital Markets & Securities Analyst (CMSA)® Certification
The Capital Markets & Securities Analyst (CMSA)® program covers key courses required to become a world-class capital markets analyst. With an immense amount of electives focused on equities, fixed income, foreign exchange, commodities, and derivatives, students can expect to learn trading strategies, asset management and treasury functions.
Professionals who have completed the program and are in good standing with corporatefinance.org are permitted to use the FMVA®, CBCA®, and CMSA® letters following their name to indicate their designation. If you are unsure of the proper permitted use of the designation, please contact us for more information.
The FMVA®, CBCA®, and CMSA® credentials are administrated by the Corporate Finance Institute® (CFI), a professional training company that oversees all content, courses, curriculum, and testing. CFI has responsibility for ensuring all courses use the most current and up-to-date financial analysis techniques and that training methods use industry leading best-practices. By joining the corporatefinance.org society, credential holders are able to become members of the nonprofit organization and have a direct influence on the designation and its future. Members of the society have the opportunity to provide input and shape the future of the designation, which impacts the global financial analyst community in a major way.