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If I file for bankruptcy can i be a CFA?

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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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!

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

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

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

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