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I know it's probably been asked before but I'm trying to decide between ACA and CFA, I know they're quite different. I always thought I'd do ACA but I fell into a job on the investments/analytics side after uni and CFA looks more relevant. However I'm not sure I want to be an Investment Banker as such, I was always more interested in M&A and corporate finance. Obviously ACA makes you an accountant and CFA doesn't but what other key differences are there? Is CFA still relevant for M&A/Corp Finance?
I'm sorry if my question seems silly, I'm only starting my research journey.