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Build the skills to ascend in the $4 trillion private equity industry.

Navigate the complexities of this growing industry with confidence using the AICPA’s Private Equity & Venture Capital Valuation Subscription. With access to helpful tools, videos, articles and resources that will be updated periodically through 2021 — you’ll find what you need to get started.

Build the skills to ascend in the $4 trillion private equity industry.

Navigate the complexities of this growing industry with confidence using the AICPA’s Private Equity & Venture Capital Valuation Subscription. With access to helpful tools, videos, articles and resources that will be updated periodically through 2021 — you’ll find what you need to get started.

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Set yourself apart with the CVFI credential.

Get the knowledge and the confidence needed to perform fair value measurements with the AICPA’s Certified in the Valuation of Financial Instruments (CVFI®) credential. By obtaining the CVFI credential, you’ll gain the skills to better convey the content of financial instrument valuations and demonstrate a high level of dedication to approaching the valuation of derivatives, structured products, securitized debt and other instruments.

Set yourself apart with the CVFI credential.

Get the knowledge and the confidence needed to perform fair value measurements with the AICPA’s Certified in the Valuation of Financial Instruments (CVFI®) credential. By obtaining the CVFI credential, you’ll gain the skills to better convey the content of financial instrument valuations and demonstrate a high level of dedication to approaching the valuation of derivatives, structured products, securitized debt and other instruments.

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