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Certified Asset Protection Analyst Definition
The certified asset protection analyst (CAPA) is a professional designation that the American Academy of Financial Management (AAFM) awards to professionals who have completed certain courses in financial management. AAFM awards this professional designation to individuals who have completed CAPA courses in Tax treaties law and planning, Wealth management, Advanced International Tax Planning and Offshore Financial Services. CAPA courses are only open to professionals with a minimum of five years experience and accredited undergraduate degree program.
A Little More on What is a Certified Asset Protection Analyst
Applicants who are selected for CAPA (Certified Asset Protection Analysis) courses gain experience on asset protection, estate planning, international tax and immigration law. Applicants who are certified by the American Academy of Financial Management (AAFM) can use CAPA to apply for jobs with a higher pay. CAPA is internationally recognized, certified individuals can work as lawyers.