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Canadian Securities Institute (CSI)

The Canadian Securities Institute (CSI) has been setting the standard for excellence in life-long education for financial professionals since 1970. CSI is part of Moody's Analytics Learning Solutions, which offers educational programs and credentials throughout the world.

Our experience in training over one million professionals makes us the preferred partner for individuals, financial institutions and regulators on an international scale. Our expertise extends across the financial services spectrum to include securities and portfolio management, banking, trust, insurance, financial planning and high net worth wealth management.

  • CSI is a thought leader offering real world training that sets professionals apart in their chosen fields and helps them develop into leaders who excel in their careers. Our focus on exemplary education and high ethical standards ensures that they have met the highest level of proficiency and certification.
  • CSI partners with industry regulators and practitioners to ensure that our programs meet the evolving needs of the marketplace. In Canada, we are the primary provider of regulatory courses and examinations for the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada’s (IIROC). Our courses are also accredited by the securities and insurance regulators.
  • CSI grants leading designations and certificates that are a true measure of expertise and professionalism. Our credentials enable financial services professionals to take charge of their careers and expand their skills beyond basic licensing requirements to take on new roles and offer broader services.
  • CSI is valued for its expertise, not only in the development of courses and examinations, but also in their delivery. CSI courses are available on demand in a variety of formats, thus enabling anytime, anywhere learning. We are continually leveraging new technology and pedagogical tools to meet the changing needs of learners and their organizations.