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Corporate Finance and ERM (CFE) Track Old Exam DP - Design and Pricing

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Old 02-05-2014, 07:58 AM
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Default Old Exam 8F- Help!!

I received my FSA back in 2005.

I obtained it by passing exam 8f- finance and enterprise risk management- finance specialty.

I am trying to figure out in the 2006 redesign what this would have given me credit for. Would I have gotten credit for the old AFE exam?

I am looking to get my CERA and want to understand if I have to take the Exam. I can't find anything on the SOA website that clearly defines what this would convert to in 2006. I can only find info about the most recent conversion.

Any help for this old timer is appreciated!!
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Old 02-14-2014, 06:15 PM
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I received my FSA back in 2005.

I obtained it by passing exam 8f- finance and enterprise risk management- finance specialty.

I am trying to figure out in the 2006 redesign what this would have given me credit for. Would I have gotten credit for the old AFE exam?

I am looking to get my CERA and want to understand if I have to take the Exam. I can't find anything on the SOA website that clearly defines what this would convert to in 2006. I can only find info about the most recent conversion.

Any help for this old timer is appreciated!!
1) Talking about 2006 as "a long time ago" makes me sad

2) I think all you need to do is (a) complete the ERM exam and (b) complete the ERM module. Then it should be yours!

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