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 Module 6,7, 9 and 10, SIDC Exams

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TStakeshikitamura
post Feb 7 2024, 02:50 PM, updated 4w ago

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As a certified financial planner and a fully licensed premier banker, my friend suggested that I consider enrolling in modules 6 and 7, along with modules 9 and 10. I'm uncertain about the potential added value these modules might bring to my career. Do you have any insights or thoughts on this?As a certified financial planner and a fully licensed premier banker, my friend suggested that I consider enrolling in modules 6 and 7, along with modules 9 and 10. I'm uncertain about the potential added value these modules might bring to my career. Do you have any insights or thoughts on this?
aurora97
post Feb 11 2024, 11:35 PM

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QUOTE(takeshikitamura @ Feb 7 2024, 02:50 PM)
As a certified financial planner and a fully licensed premier banker, my friend suggested that I consider enrolling in modules 6 and 7, along with modules 9 and 10. I'm uncertain about the potential added value these modules might bring to my career. Do you have any insights or thoughts on this?As a certified financial planner and a fully licensed premier banker, my friend suggested that I consider enrolling in modules 6 and 7, along with modules 9 and 10. I'm uncertain about the potential added value these modules might bring to my career. Do you have any insights or thoughts on this?
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My eyeeesss am seeing double. doh.gif

Anyway.

Each of the modules (see here for full listing: https://www.sidc.com.my/assess/sc-licensing-examinations/) that you mentioned are capital market courses, the exams are carried out by SIDC. For more details, you can visit SIDC's website at https://www.sidc.com.my/ .

Module 6 and 7 typically taken by Remisier/Stockbroker and Module 9 and 10 are taken by fund managers. (refer to table 3 of the licensing handbook page 42, https://www.sc.com.my/api/documentms/downlo...e-365fd40f5702) .

IF you intend to take the modules, you will be required to study and take the exam, once you pass the exam, you maybe licensed but you will need to be attached with a capital market provider with the corresponding license (example an investment bank, asset management company etc...) and you will also need to comply with education and experience requirements. By the way, the certificate once you pass the exam is valid for 2 years, if you are not licensed by then it's considered burnt. So, unless you are attached to a capital market provider and you company tells you to take the exam, then only you should take it.

Alternatively, this maybe a more suitable route for you, for financial planner, you can look into this two organization as your starting point:

FPAM - https://fpam.org.my/
MFPC - https://www.mfpc.org.my/education/registere...al-planner-rfp/

Good luck!



 

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