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Open up a Variety of Financial Services
Job Opportunities

Defacto entry requirement for many financial services jobs  

Satisfy Regulatory Requirements

   
Completes the first step towards earning your investment representative or registered representative license  
Completes the first step towards fulfilling the Portfolio Management Registration requirements with the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC) or Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA)  
Recognized by regulatory bodies in the United States, United Kingdom, Hong Kong and France for broker/advisor registration (local top-up would be required)  
Fulfill the licensing requirement for the following CSA licensing categories:  
Mutual Fund Sales Representative
Exempt Market Dealer Representative  

Extend Course Validity Beyond Regulatory
Time Limits

   
Once completed, this course can be kept valid for IIROC purposes beyond its regulatory time limit through participation in IIROC's Voluntary Participation Program or completion of a higher level course approved by IIROC.  

Extra Features to Help with Learning

   

CSC Video Companion Series

*available on the CSC Value Pack

 

Leads to the Following Credentials: (mouse over for more information)

   
Personal Financial Planner (PFP®)
Chartered Investment Manager (CIM®)  
MTI® - Estate and Trust Professional  
Certificate in Investment Dealer Compliance  
Certificate in Financial Services Advice  
Certificate in Fixed Income Trading and Sales  
Certificate in Advanced Investment Advice  
Certificate in Equity Trading and Sales  
Certificate in Advanced Mutual Funds Advice
Certificate in Personal Banking

Expand Your Knowledge in These Areas:

   
The Canadian securities industry, markets and the regulatory environment
The various components of a securities dealer  
Financing and listing of securities  
Market and economic events impacting investment performance
Analyzing corporate financial statements  
In-depth coverage of equity and fixed-income securities  
Fundamental and technical analysis  
Structured products including ETFs  
Fee-based accounts  
Managing products including Mutual Funds
The portfolio management process and asset allocation
Dealing with institutional clients  
Securities Industry standards of conduct and the code of ethics