来源:华尔街日报 发布时间:2019-03-13 16:07 责编:Allen

  (from  The Wall Street Journal)

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  Tales of China’s growing influence are often illustrated with evidence such as its staggeringly high number of science graduates or patent applications.Here’s another data point with more immediate relevance for the investment industry:More than 30%of people who take the Chartered Financial Analyst exams each year now take them in mainland China,according to the CFA Institute.
 
  Even that figure may underestimate the number of Chinese people seeking the CFA qualification,seen by fund managers and analysts the world over as a vital passport to success.Around 75%of CFA exam candidates in Australia,for example,hold Chinese passports.
  The CFA exam,of course,is notoriously tricky,what with all its difficult questions about valuing stocks and derivatives.The tests are always in English,too,adding another challenge for non-native speakers.Only 45%of candidates globally got through the first stage of the 3-Level qualification in December,the institute says.The rising interest from China and Asia more broadly is set to make the competition for the CFA badge of honor even tougher.
  文章来源:华尔街日报
 
  (华尔街官方原文地址:https://www.wsj.com/articles/china-has-caught-the-cfa-fever-11550051828)
 

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