CFA-LEVEL-II, CFA Level II Chartered Financial Analyst exam has been designed mainly for the individuals that may be working in BFSI, working in Investment/stock research firms, working in KPO, from premium B-schools, working for the field of information technology, Engineers/CSs/ICWAs/CFPs and others interest professionals that qualifies the minimum requirement of experience which is almost 2.5 years of time, it should be noted that all the three exam clearance take about four years in an average.
CFA-LEVEL-II, CFA Level II Chartered Financial Analyst exam validates the skills and knowledge of the candidates on the following main topics that are, Ethical and Professional Standards, Ethical and Professional Standards: Application, Quantitative Methods for Valuation, Economics for Valuation, Financial Reporting and Analysis: Inventories and Long-Lived Assets, Financial Reporting and Analysis: Financial Reporting and Analysis: Earnings Quality Issues and Financial Ratio Analysis, Corporate Finance, Financing and Control Issues, Equity Valuation: Valuation Concepts, Equity Valuation: Industry and Company Analysis in a Global Context, Equity Investments: Valuation Models, Alternative Investments, Fixed Income: Valuation Concepts, Fixed Income: Structured Securities, Derivative Investments: Forwards and Futures, Derivative and Portfolio Management: Capital Market Theory and the Portfolio Management Process.
The fifth topic of CFA-LEVEL-II, CFA Level II Chartered Financial Analyst is Provisioning GVP 8 which includes the task to demonstrate an understanding of how to provision a GVP Solution which consists of Provision the GVP core components such as Fetching Module, Create a Solution Object, Integrate Application Objects Server, Create a connection to a Message Server, Creating GVP resources, Define the purpose of logical resource groups, Provision the resources for the Resource Manager, Create and provision IVR Profiles, Configure and provision IVR Profiles, Map and test an IVR Profile, Policy Management, Dialing and Call Information Rules, Create Burst Policies, Configure Call Information Rules.
The professionals after passing the CFA-LEVEL-II, CFA Level II Chartered Financial Analyst exam are able to Review Basic Network Concepts, Describe the role of firewalls in network architecture, Identify HP TippingPoint NGFW Products and Solutions, Explore NGFW routing support options, Distinguish security zone types, Describe application management, Setup, configure and manage the SMS, Perform User Management Tasks, Describe the Digital Vaccine Toolkit application, Configure system alerts and address performance issues.
Eight percent is for the MS Management that consists of how to Review SMS dashboard overview activity, SMS management features, Review SMS health, Perform SMS backups and Observe SMS events.
Four percent in the CFA-LEVEL-II, CFA Level II Chartered Financial Analyst exam is for the objectives including Transparent Mode CLI and LSM Management, Recover and restore policies to and from an NGFW and SMS, Describe NGFW Policies, Reset NGFW policies and Describe Transparent Mode.
Eight percent of the CFA-LEVEL-II, CFA Level II Chartered Financial Analyst exam is for Network Address Translation which includes to Configure NAT, Explain source and destination NAT, Describe static and dynamic NAT and Create source and destination NAT objects on the NGFW. Eight percent is for Maintenance and Performance including the HP TippingPoint NGFW architecture, Optimize system performance, Diagnose and address performance issues and Describe common deployment scenarios. Eight percent is for SMS Setup and Configuration which includes Setup and configures the SMS, Explain deployment requirements for SMS, Navigate the SMS GUI and Add devices to SMS Management.