Regular fees: 497 - 847 CAD
Become a Capital Markets & Securities Analyst (CMSA)™.
World-Class Capital Markets Analyst Certification
CFI’s Capital Markets & Securities Analyst (CMSA)™ Certification Program covers the most critical knowledge and skills required to become a world-class capital markets analyst including equities, fixed income, foreign exchange, commodities, and derivatives. This CMSA™ certification program
is the bridge between where you are now and where you want to be – from a beginner to an experienced world-class financial analyst with the confidence, and skills to match.
16 courses, 50+ hours of video training, and Excel & document templates
100% online, at your own pace, on your own schedule, with lifetime access
Earn in-demand skills from instructors with 22+ years of experience training
Our mission is to make the world's best capital markets training accessible to everyone
What You'll Learn in the CMSA™ Capital Markets Analyst Certification Program
The Capital Markets & Securities Analyst (CMSA)™ program will teach you the many asset classes, trading strategies, and procedures used in the capital markets. It is ideal for any student who wants to work in capital markets, whether on the buy-side or the sell-side. This program will give you the experience to make investment decisions and utilize appropriate trading strategies for different scenarios.
The CMSA™ includes 16 courses. The recommended CMSA™ program study time is 60-100 hours and the average completion time is 6 months.
Common Career Paths
- Sales & Trading
- Asset Management
- Wealth Management
- Risk Management
- Commercial Banking
The Ultimate Capital Markets Analyst Training System
The CMSA™ Program is designed to teach you all the skills you need to excel on the job as a capital markets & securities analyst. Learn the skills used by buy-side and sell-side analysts at top global financial institutions.
By the end of the program, you will understand the various securities within each asset class, have much greater familiarity with Bloomberg, and be able to incorporate relevant trading strategies into your investment decisions.