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Dear,

I am working as a Credit Analyst is one of the banks. Going forward I have plans to move towards Academia or Financial Research. What is preferable for me at this stage among the three qualifications i.e. FRM/CFA/ACCA?

How much component of ACCA deals with Finance/ Accounting / Tax?
Are not there lots of poeple pursuing the ACCA qualification - hence limiting the scope?

Reponse is awaited.

Regards,
Asif
CFA will be better for you, as you want to be a financial analyst
All of the ACCA deals with finance, accounting and tax
There are many students in ACCA, but not many go on to qualify and become a member
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<br />CFA will be better for you, as you want to be a financial analyst
All of the ACCA deals with finance, accounting and tax
There are many students in ACCA, but not many go on to qualify and become a member
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A.O.A

I would recommend you to Opt for CFA. If you need any assisstance regarding CFA than dont hesitate to ask.
Is FRM even recognized? I read a while back that there were some issues with its recognition.