If I file for bankruptcy can i be a CFA?

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bcstudent1's picture

just wondering if anyone knows the answer to this question. I’m considering filing for bankruptcy, if i do, does that elimiate me from becoming a CFA charterholder?
Thanks

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JoeyDVivre's picture

Of course not.

It may affect your career in other ways however.

I’m Da Church of the faithful, I’m Liao Fengyi, clergywoman mother should have to introduce you to me, I have seen you twice, in which time you are more impressed with everyone I guess in the back of the church at noon to eat noodle face!

Andreea_Mn's picture

JoeyDVivre Wrote:
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> It may affect your career in other ways however.

+1
some companies have background checks you will fail if you’ve ever filed for bankruptcy

cityboy's picture

It’s OK as long as it doesn’t involve fraud or something like that.

ohai's picture

I remember doing a CFA ethics question that asked this exact question. The answer was that it doesn’t matter.

“I’m a CPA! I got money b***h!”

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