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Canadian Investment Funds Course (CIFC)


The CIFC is unlike any in the industry. The sequence of instruction mirrors the typical process used with clients in the real world. A challenging case study and practice exam enable students to put knowledge into practice. Successfully completing the CIFC Exam meets the proficiency requirement by the provincial securities commissions for mutual fund licensing.


Tools and Pricing

Standard

Course Price $375
Web Trainer for CIFCTM $40
Printed Textbook $70
SeeWhy Learning Review and Practice $99
Study Guide $70
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Additional Tools

GET EXAM-READY WITH THE CIFC EXAM PREPARATION LIVE WEBINAR
Participate in six 2-hour modules with a qualified IFSE instructor from the comfort of your own home or office – wherever there’s an internet connection. You will be able to interact with the instructor to get the answers you need to pass the CIFC exam. Make sure you review all the course material before the webinar starts and be prepared to participate!


Course Information

COURSE DETAILS
Delivery Online
Language English
Suggested study time 60 to 90 hours
Enrolment period 1 year
Practice exam Yes, 100 questions
EXAM DETAILS
Format Paper
Time permitted 180 minutes
Number of questions 100
Question format Multiple choice
Passing grade 60%
Attempts allowed 3
Note: Your first exam attempt (exceptions may apply) is included in the price of the course enrolment. Additional fees apply for subsequent exam attempts.






WHO SHOULD ENROL
  • Anyone wishing to become a mutual fund dealing representative, or learn about mutual funds
  • Compliance professionals
  • Branch managers and administrators
  • Partners, directors, and officers
  • Advisors and assistants
  • Operations and back office staff
  • Investment professionals looking to provide advice on mutual funds



WHAT WILL I LEARN?
  • Regulatory environment
  • Registrant Responsibilities
  • Suitability
  • Economic factors and financial markets
  • Types of investments
  • Types of mutual funds
  • Portfolio management
  • Mutual funds administration
  • Retirement
  • Taxation
  • Making recommendations