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Overview

Seneca College offers the Canadian Investment Funds Course (IFC100) to enhance your technical understanding and help you successfully complete the Canadian Investment Funds Course.

This course is offered in conjunction with The Investments Funds Institute of Canada through IFSE.

Students will be given an overview of mutual funds within the context of the financial services industry. They will gain the knowledge needed for their role as a mutual funds sales representative and, through the analysis of case studies, will put their knowledge into practice. Students will learn how to evaluate clients' investment objectives and as well as the competencies to help them choose the investment strategy and vehicles that are right for them.

The IFSE Institute can be contacted at 1-888-865-2437 or e-mail at info@ifse.ca

Entry Requirements

Completion of Grade 12 Mathematics and English recommended.


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Course

IFC100
Canadian Investment Funds
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This course is offered in partnership with the Investment Funds Institute of Canada (IFIC) and delivered through Inventive Financial Sector Education (IFSE.) Students will be given an overview of mutual funds within the context of the financial services industry. They will gain the knowledge needed for their roles as a mutual funds sales representative and, through the analysis of case studies, will put their knowledge into practice. Students will learn how to evaluate clients' investment objectives and the competencies to help them choose the investment strategy and vehicles that are right for them.




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Note: Successful completion of the exams allows students to apply for registration as a mutual funds sales representative through their employer and the Ontario Securities Commission.

Tuition/Fee

Seneca College tuition fees apply.

IFIC $200 * (plus applicable taxes).  Fee includes study materials (online only)

Students must register directly with IFIC after the first class at  www.ifse.ca

* Subject to change without notice.

Delivery

A combination of teaching methods such as lectures, small group work to facilitate the understanding of concepts necessary to complete the IFIC exam.

Evaluation

Students will be registered with Seneca College as well as the Investment Funds Institute of Canada. Marking and grading will be done by IFIC.

Program Contacts

Keith Chapin
Program Coordinator
Keith.Chapin@senecacollege.ca
416-491-5050 ext.24043