I completed the Canadian Securities Course (CSC) a long time ago. Should I register again?

Once you've completed your Canadian Securities Course (CSC), you don't need to take it again, unless:

  • It's required for licensing
  • It's required by your employer
  • You want to stay updated

If you want to re-register, click here.

Posted: 03.Mar.2010 in:

Where can I get information about Mutual Fund licensing?

Information about mutual fund licensing and registration is available on the Mutual Fund Dealers Association of Canada (MFDA) website. Click here to visit the MFDA website.

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Posted: 03.Mar.2009 in:

Where can I find a list of CSI courses required for licensing?

CSI offers courses that meet the educational requirements for positions regulated by IIROC, MFDA and the Canadian Insurance Councils. Please note that in addition to these educational requirements, these positions often have both employment and work experience criterion. View a list of CSI Licensing Courses!
Posted: 02.Dec.2008 in:

Where can I find information about the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC)?

Effective June 2008, the Investment Dealers Association of Canada (IDA) and Market Regulation Services Inc. (RS) have merged to form the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC). IIROC is now the self-regulatory organization overseeing all investment dealers and trading activity concerning debt and equity marketplaces in Canada. All course and licensing requirements resulting from the merger will remain the same. For more details about IIROC, visit www.iiroc.ca.
Posted: 24.Jun.2008 in:

How do I become registered to trade in securities ?

You must be registered with the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC) to trade in securities in Canada. Find more information about the registration process on their website.
Posted: 31.May.2008 in:

Where can I get information about IIROC licensing?

Information about the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC), registration for dealing in stocks, bonds, derivatives and other investment products is available on the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC) website.

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Posted: 31.May.2008 in: