Yes, I think this squeezes in to the “presentation of factual information” category, so it’s not quite as bad as I first imagined.
It still fails, however, because:
You’re not supposed to hold it out as a partial designation, which putting it after your name, rather than in the body of the biography would seem to imply.
CFA is a noun in this case. If it were “Passed CFA Level 1 *Examination*,” then Examination would be the noun and CFA would be the adjective modifying it. (Though an argument can be made that Level 1 is the noun and CFA modifies Level 1).
BTW, the bullet points on “Get to know [THIS GUY]” are hilarious. I’m not sure if it’s supposed to be a joke or not, but it’s funny.