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The CIFA examination is intended for those persons who wish to qualify and work as professional managers, financial analysts and consultants on investment and securities, pension funds, stock broking, investment and securities, pension funds, stock broking, investment banking and other specialised fields in finance.

The Certified Investment and Financial Analysts (CIFA) examination is held twice yearly in May and November. The examination is divided into three (3) parts of two (2) sections each where each section consists of three (3) subjects. A candidate may attempt one (1) section or two (2) consecutive sections in the examinations. Candidates are not allowed to enter for a higher section before completing a lower one. Prior to applying for registration as a student of the Board, the applicant is advised to carefully assess his/her interest in the profession and ability to study, take and pass the examination within a reasonable time.

Entry Requirements for CIFA courses:

Person seeking to be registered as a student for any of the professional examinations must show evidence of being a holder of one of the following minimum qualifications:

  • Secondary education (O level) certificate with an aggregate average of at least grade C+ (or equivalent) provided the applicant has obtained a minimum of grade C+ (or equivalent) in both English and Mathematics.
  • Advanced education (A level) certificate with at least two principal passes provided that the applicant has credits in Mathematics and English at secondary education level
  • kasneb technician or professional examination certificate.
  • A degree from a recognised University.
  • Such other certificates or diplomas as may be approved by the Board of kasneb

Section 1
Paper No. 1 Financial Accounting
Paper No. 2 Financial Mathematics
Paper No. 3 Entrepreneurship and Communication

Course Curriculum

FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
PA:TOPIC 1.1 INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING 00:00:00
PA:TOPIC 1.2 REVISION EXERCISE QUESTION 00:00:00
PA:TOPIC 1.3-7 FORMAT OF A TRADE PAYABLES LEDGER CONTROL ACCOUNT 00:00:00
PA:TOPIC 2.0 RECORDING TRANSACTIONS 00:00:00
PA:TOPIC 3 ACCOUNTING FOR ASSETS AND LIABILITIES 00:00:00
PA:TOPIC 3.1 INTANGIBLE ASSETS 00:15:00
PA:TOPIC 3.2 FINANCIAL ASSETS 00:15:00
PA:TOPIC 3.3 TRADE RECEIVABLES 00:00:00
PA:TOPIC 3.4 CONTROL ACCOUNTS 00:00:00
PA:TOPIC 3.5 ACCRUED INCOME 00:00:00
PA:TOPIC 3.6 CASH AT BANK 00:00:00
PA:TOPIC 3.7 CASH IN HAND – CASH BOOK AND PETTY CASH BOOKS 00:00:00
PA:TOPIC 3.8 FORMAT OF A TRADE PAYABLES LEDGER CONTROL ACCOUNT 00:25:00
PA:TOPIC 6 FINANCIAL STATEMENTS OF A PARTNERSHIP 00:00:00
PA:TOPIC 7.1 FINANCIAL STATEMENTS OF A COMPANY 00:00:00
PA:TOPIC 7.2 INCOME TAX (ACCOUNTING TREATMENT, AND PRESENTATION) 00:00:00
PA:TOPIC 7.3 REVISION QUESTIONS 00:00:00
PA:TOPIC 8.1 FINANCIAL STATEMENTS OF A MANUFACTURING ENTITY 00:00:00
PA:TOPIC 8.2 REVISION EXERCISE 00:00:00
PA:TOPIC 9.1 FINANCIAL STATEMENTS OF A NOT FOR PROFIT MAKING ORGANIZATION 00:00:00
PA:TOPIC 9.2 REVISION EXERCISE 00:00:00
PA:TOPIC 10 ANALYZING FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 00:00:00
PA:TOPIC 11.1 INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC SECTOR ACCOUNTING 00:00:00
PA:TOPIC 11.2 REVISION EXERCISE: 00:00:00
ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND COMMUNICATION
EC:TOPIC 1.1 INTRODUCTION TO ENTREPRENEURSHIP 00:00:00
EC:TOPIC 1.2 DIFFERENT TYPES OF ENTREPRENEURS 00:00:00
EC:TOPIC 1.3 ENTREPRENEURIAL DECISION PROCESS 00:00:00
EC:TOPIC 1.4 THE PHASES IN THE GROWTH OF A FIRM 00:00:00
EC:TOPIC 1.5 CONTRIBUTION TO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 00:00:00
EC:TOPIC 2.1 ENTREPRENEURSHIP ORIENTATION 00:00:00
EC:TOPIC 2.2 CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION 00:00:00
EC:TOPIC 2.3 TIME MANAGEMENT 00:00:00
EC:TOPIC 3.1 ENTREPRENEURIAL OPPORTUNITY AND DEVELOPMENT 00:00:00
EC:TOPIC 3.2 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY 00:00:00
EC:TOPIC 3.3 BUSINESS INCUBATIONS 00:00:00
EC:TOPIC 4 BUSINESS PLAN 00:00:00
EC:TOPIC 5.1 STRATEGIES FOR ENTERPRISE GROWTH 00:00:00
EC:TOPIC 5.2 PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY 00:00:00
EC:TOPIC 5.3 FRANCHISING 00:00:00
EC:TOPIC 5.4 MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS 00:00:00
EC:TOPIC 6.1 ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND TECHNOLOGY 00:00:00
EC:TOPIC 6.2 GLOBALIZATION 00:00:00
EC:TOPIC 6.3 BUSINESS OUTSOURCING 00:00:00
EC:TOPIC 7.1 NATURE OF BUSINESS COMMUNICATION 00:00:00
EC:TOPIC 7.2 THE COMMUNICATION PROCESS 00:00:00
EC:TOPIC 7.3 COMMUNICATION POLICY 00:00:00
EC:TOPIC 7.4 Internal Communication 00:00:00
EC:TOPIC 7.5 NOTE 00:00:00
EC:TOPIC 7.6 EXTERNAL COMMUNICATION CHANNELS 00:00:00
EC:TOPIC 8.1 WRITTEN COMMUNICATION 00:00:00
EC:TOPIC 8.2 REPORTS 00:00:00
EC:TOPIC 8.3 OFFICE MEMORANDUM 00:00:00
EC:TOPIC 8.4 QUESTIONNAIRES 00:00:00
EC:TOPIC 8.5 NOTICES AND ADVERTISING 00:00:00
EC:TOPIC 9.1 ORAL COMMUNICATION 00:00:00
EC:TOPIC 9.2 INTERVIEWS 00:00:00
EC:TOPIC 9.3 NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION 00:00:00
EC:TOPIC 9.4 NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION 00:00:00
EC:TOPIC 10.1 MEETINGS 00:00:00
EC:TOPIC 10.2 QUORUM FOR MEETING 00:00:00
EC:TOPIC 11.1 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND COMMUNICATION 00:00:00
EC:TOPIC 11.2 TELECONFERENCING 00:00:00
EC:TOPIC 12 ETHICS AND INTEGRITY IN BUSINESS 00:00:00
FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS

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