Course Exemptions

To be granted an exemption an individual must be first a Registered Student in the CBV Insitute Program of Studies.

 

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Individuals who have passed the Level I, Level II and Level III exams of the Chartered Financial Analyst Program are exempt from the requirement to complete two elective courses.

 

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Upon successful completion of the McGill courses noted below, students of McGill University’s School of Continuing Studies are eligible for exemption from the courses that form the Canadian Institute of Chartered Business Valuators’ Program of Studies.  Such exemptions may be granted on a course-by-course basis upon their completion, or when McGill students have completed all six McGill courses and are applying to write the CBV Insitute’s Membership Qualification Exam.

The McGill courses which are eligible for exemption, and the equivalent CBV Insitute courses, are as follows:

 

McGill  Course – completed McGill – Courses Code CBV Institute Courses  – exempt
Introductory Business Valuation  CBUS 230 Level  1 – Introductory Business Valuation
Intermediate Business Valuation CBUS 231 Level  2 – Intermediate Business Valuation
Advance Business Valuation CBUS 232 Level  3 – Advanced Business Valuation
Special Topics in Business Valuation  CBUS 233 Level  4 – Special Topics in Business Valuation
Litigation Support in Business Valuation CBUS 234 Litigation Support in Business Valuation
Private Company Finance  CBUS 235 Corporate Finance
Introduction to Valuation for Financial Reporting CBUS 236 Valuation For Financial Reporting

 

http://www.mcgill.ca/continuingstudies/programs-and-courses/accounting-and-taxation/courses-and-workshops/professional-development-certificate-business-valuation 

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Graduates from the University of Waterloo School of Accounting and Finance who have completed the ACC 606 – Business Valuations course as part of their Masters in Accounting degree are exempt from the Level I – Introductory Business Valuation and Level II – Intermediate Business Valuations courses in the Canadian Institute of Chartered Business Valuators’ Programme of Studies.

https://uwaterloo.ca/school-of-accounting-and-finance/accounting-finance-options-endless-possibilities

 

        

 

Students in the Strategic Business Valuation (SBV) specialization who successfully complete V700 (Strategic Business Valuation) and V704 (Advanced Strategic Business Valuation) may challenge CBV Institute exams for Levels I (Introductory Business Valuation) and II (Intermediate Business Valuation). If such students are successful, they will be exempt from Levels I and II. Students must successfully challenge these exams before the end of the third calendar year after completing V700 and V704

 

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Individuals who have passed IIBV 101 – Introduction to Business Valuations and IIBV 102 – International Cost of Capital are exempt from Level I – Introductory Business Valuation.

Individuals who have passed IIBV 101 – Introduction to Business Valuations, IIBV 102 – International Cost of Capital and IIBV 103 – Business Valuation Comprehensive Case Study are exempt from Level I – Introductory Business Valuation and Level II – Intermediate Business Valuation.

http://www.iibv.org/index.php/accreditation/

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ASA-BV designation holders are exempt from:

  • Level I – Introductory Business Valuation;
  • Level II – Intermediate Business Valuation; and
  • Level III – Advanced Business Valuation.

 http://www.appraisers.org/Accreditation/professional-education-equivalency

Contact the CBV Insitute, Isabel Natale (education@cbvinstitute.com) for details on how to apply for these exemptions.