CFP after CFA

Any idea how long is needed to study?

The CFP is not as intense as the CFA exams. If you’ve taken L1 & L2 I doubt you would need to study the investments portion of the CFP in fine detail. There isn’t too much overlap between the two certifications aside from the investment piece. I think you could crank it out in 100 hours.

Agree with Chuck. You won’t even need to look at investments, but the rest may take you more than 100 hours depending on how versed you are with taxes and insurance planning. Shouldn’t be a problem though.