Canadian Securities Institute


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Canadian Securities Institute

An educational institute for securities professionals in Canada. It offers classes and certifications in real estate, derivatives, investment advice, and estate planning, among others, and its members agree to abide by a code of ethical conduct. It was founded in 1970.
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The Canadian Securities Institute (CSI) is Canada's provider of financial services education and credentials.
Public interest in stock markets has increased widely in Canada during the past year resulting in more than 50,000 noninvestment industry applications to take The Canadian Securities Institute investment course, according to Ed Griffith, the chairman of the Manitoba District of the Investment Dealers Association of Canada.
The Canadian Securities Institute course for industry employed brokers takes three months to complete and is highly technical, says Griffith, and it is tough.
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