WME Course For Financial Planners (WME-FP)

Hours of study: 110 – 160 Hours

Enrolment Period: 1 Year

What Continuing Education (CE) credits will you earn?

AccreditationCredits
CFP Financial Planning30
ADVOCIS Structured Learning CEEXAM 145
ADVOCIS Structured Learning CEEXAM 245
FSRA Life Insurance30
ICS Life Insurance30
ICM Life Insurance10
ICBC Life Insurance30
PFP PFP Professional development30
MTI MTI30
CIM CIM Professional development30
AMP Mortgage24
QAFP Financial Planning30
AIC Life Insurance30
IIROC Professional Development20

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What is the WME-FP exam weighting?

Exam One Topics Weightings

Exam one is a shortened exam which excludes questions related to “Financial Planning” for which candidates have already demonstrated competency.

Getting to Know the Client and Assessing Financial Situation27 27%
Investment Management and Asset Allocation 23%
Equity and Debt Securities 25%
Managed Products, Portfolio Monitoring and Portfolio Evaluation 25%
Exam Two Topics Weightings

Exam two covers material from the entire Wealth Management Essentials course and focuses on the integration and application of concepts.

Getting to Know the Client and Assessing Financial Situation 20%
Family Law, Risk Management and Tax Planning 15%
Retirement Planning 17%
Estate Planning 9%
Investment Management and Asset Allocation 12%
Equity and Debt Securities 13%
Managed Products, Portfolio Monitoring and Performance Evaluation 14%

What is the WME-FP exam structure?

Structure Information
Exams 2
Exam Format Exam 1: Proctored (remote or in-person at a test centre)
Exam 2: Proctored (remote or in-person at a test centre)
Exam Duration Exam 1: 1.5 Hours
Exam 2: 3 Hours
Question Format Exam 1: Multiple-choice
Exam 2: Multiple cases with multiple-choice questions
Questions Per Exam Exam 1: 60 Questions
Exam 2: 50 Questions
Attempts Allowed Per Exam 3
Passing Grade Exam 1: 60%
Exam 2: 60%
Assignments None