After CFA L1 and CFA L2, you’ll have covered a major chunk of quantitative analysis section of FRM P1 (probability, basic stats, regression and time series). And, you’ll have covered a good portion of Fixed Income (rates, yields, corporate bonds, MBS etc.). You’ll also have covered derivatives (maybe not in the detail the FRM requires). You’ll be well placed if you target finishing a first go at the curriculum by end of October, which roughly amounts to striking a pace of a topic / reading a day from now onwards (there are approximately 67 topics / readings).
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