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I have my case study for the ACA coming up in July. I did Business and Economics at university, and have always enjoyed finance. In the long-term, I want to become a CFO (ambitious/possibly unrealistic, I know). I was wondering whether or not people think having the CFA in addition to the ACA would help in achieving this goal long-term? Or after you have something like the ACA, is it mainly experience, networking etc that determines how quickly you can progress?
I appreciate it's quite a broad question, but if anyone has any insight, it would be greatly appreciated.