Who is the International Introduction to Securities and Investment for?
The exam is suitable for all staff working in financial services and will be of particular interest to those who are new to the industry or looking to move into finance.
Why enrol in International Introduction to Securities and Investment?
This is a foundation qualification offering a broad overview of investment and industry terminology. It is internationally focused and available to all levels of staff – there are no entry requirements. It can be taken as a stand-alone qualification or as part of the Investment Operations Certificate (IOC).
What is covered in the syllabus?
The International Introduction to Securities and Investment course covers:
- Economic environment
- Financial assets and markets
- Investment funds
- Financial services regulation
- Other financial products
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How much work is required?
CISI estimate that 80 study hours are needed for this exam.
When are the exams?
International Introduction to Securities and Investment is examined via computer based testing and exams take place throughout the year.