CSC ® Part 2 Preview – Mutual Funds Regulation & Features
This course is an introduction to the CSC2 Canadian Securities Course (CSI) Part 2. It explains the concepts in an easy to understand manner.
In Canada, the CSC exam 1 & CSC 1 will give you the opportunity to work in a bank as a financial advisor. You can register to work as a licensed mutual fund representative. If you pass the CPH course, then you can also get licensed as an Investment Advisor.
CSC Chapters 17. Mutual Funds: Structure and Regulation 18. Mutual Funds: Types and Feature
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What Will You Learn?
- Prepare for the Canadian Securities Course (CSC) Exam/Certification
- Investments, stocks, bonds, mutual funds, portfolio management
- Portfolio management
- Financial statements, financial planning