2021 CFA Society Toronto Veterans’ Scholarship Application

A Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA®) charter is a designation given to those who have completed the CFA® Program and completed acceptable work experience requirements.

The CFA Program is a three-part exam that tests the fundamentals of investment tools, valuing assets, portfolio management, and wealth planning. The CFA Program is typically completed by those with backgrounds in finance, accounting, economics, or business. CFA charterholders earn the right to use the CFA designation after program completion, application, and acceptance by CFA Institute. CFA charterholders are qualified to work in senior and executive positions in investment management, risk management, asset management, and more.

PART A – Personal Information

(Mr, Ms, Mrs, Dr, Etc)
Please upload your latest resume
CFA Society Toronto's Veterans' Scholarship Program is a taxable benefit.
Are you currently a serving CAF member?
If you are a currently a serving CAF member, please select one of the following:

PART B – Education/Work

To register for the CFA exam, you must meet one of the following entrance requirements.

Select the appropriate qualification:

PART C – Essay Upload

Please upload a short essay (500 words) and tell us why you would like to earn the CFA Charter.  How would this scholarship help you achieve your personal goals?

Short Essay


If you would like to include any supporting documents with your scholarship application, you may attach them below. If not, please proceed to the next step.

Please note you should not attach any documents that contain personally identifiable financial information.


If you have any questions or having difficulties submitting your application, please contact for assistance.

Final Acknowledgement

In consideration of my participation in the CFA Society Toronto’s Veteran’s Scholarship Program, I hereby:

  • Agree to abide by the official rules for the scholarship program 

  • Agree that if it is determined that my answers on this application are inaccurate, false, or untruthful, I may be subject to an investigation by the CFA Institute Professional Conduct Program, disciplinary sanction, and/or ineligible to receive future scholarships.


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