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IMDAA extends period for first CDDA global designation exam

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Due to high demand, the Investment Management Due Diligence Association (IMDDA), an investor-based organisation dedicated to professionals who investigate facts concerning investment programs, has extended the global testing period for its first Chartered Due Diligence Analyst (CDDA) test to 31 March 2019. 

The IMDDA also announced the opening of registration for the preparatory course for those planning to pursue the new CDDA exam.
Announced in November 2018, the CDDA is an internationally recognised designation developed to ISO 17024 and ANSI accreditation standards that rigorously tests for aptitude and expertise in due diligence. Each person who passes the exam becomes a Chartered Due Diligence Analyst (CDDA).
Registration for the first class of CDDA candidates extends through 15 March 2019. Applications for the exam are being accepted through the IMDDA web site. Qualified applicants will sit for the 3-hour 45-minute, multiple choice CDDA test at locations around the globe beginning 17 December and now extended to 31 March 2019. Previously, the time period to take this first CDDA exam ended 15 February 2019.
Registration periods for subsequent CDDA tests will be announced.

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