FCSI® Advisory Council - Overview
The FCSI® Advisory Council's mandate is to shape and promote the FCSI® credential (and the interests of the FCSI® community) to the financial services industry and the investing public. The Council ensures the continued elevation of the FCSI® credential, improves protection to the public who rely on the knowledge and competence of FCSI®s, and acts as key ambassadors to and mentors within the financial services community.
The Council consists of 1 CSI representative and 12 volunteers from across Canada who are FCSI®s in good standing. Members sit on the Council for a 2-year term, with the potential to renew.
FCSI® Advisory Council - Responsibilities
The Council oversees the FCSI® designation and ensures that it - and its holders - continually meet unparalleled educational, ethical and professional standards. Key functions of the Council include:
- Participating in setting annual objectives for the Council based on the needs of FCSI® stakeholders, the investing public and the industry
- Helping to establish and implement FCSI® awareness campaigns and events
- Contributing to the FCSI® community to promote awareness of the pinnacle credential (e.g., writing articles, being profiled, submitting testimonials, etc.)
- Serving on related committees where appropriate (e.g., Ethics Committee)
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