Investors are invited to use this Directory to locate qualified portfolio managers who have attained the CIM® designation.
When you hire an accredited CSI financial professional, you’re hiring an expert who has been trained by Canada’s most trusted and respected financial services education provider. Since it was established in 1970 as the Canadian Securities Institute, over three-quarters of a million financial professionals have chosen CSI for their career training and development
There’s so much more to investment and portfolio management than just picking stocks—especially in the discretionary space, where clients have increasingly sophisticated needs.
The CIM® is the industry standard for discretionary investment and portfolio management services. It ensures that financial professionals have the knowledge and skills to evaluate and manage all aspects of a client’s investment portfolio. It is recognized by Canadian securities regulators and ensures that those who earn it are qualified to evaluate and manage all aspects of a client’s investment portfolio.
Those who choose to work with a CIM® can feel confident that their investment portfolio is optimized to meet their financial goals. Not only do CIM®s provide clients with quality service and investment advice, but they are also held to high professional standards. They are required to abide by a Code of Ethics and fulfil maintenance requirements to make sure they always bring their best service and strategies to the table.
Allegations of violation of the CIM® Code of Ethics are dealt with by the Designation Ethics Committee according to the CSI Ethical Misconduct Process. If the Committee determines a violation occurred, a disciplinary sanction is recommended. Possible sanctions are outlined in the Ethical Misconduct Process. Before filing a formal complaint with CSI, we strongly recommend trying to resolve the issue by speaking directly with the CIM® in question. Those who cannot come to a resolution should contact CSI through our CIM® complaints email address. Complaint submissions should include:
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