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The Exchange will offer CISI certifications



Karim Hajji, chief executive of the Stock Exchange, and Simon Culhane, his CISI counterpart, signed a partnership agreement on Wednesday (February 20) for the development of certification of training courses in finance (Ph. The Economist)

The Bourse will complete its training offer by adding Chartered Institute of Securities and Investment (CISI) certifications. Karim Hajji, chief executive of the Stock Exchange, and Simon Culhane, his counterparts at CISI, signed a partnership agreement on Wednesday (February 20th).

In the first instance, the program will be open to students and then expand it to professionals in the financial sector. "These will allow beneficiaries to deepen their knowledge. In addition, CISI's approval will help to secure investors about the technical skills and skills of market professionals," said the general director of the Exchange.

The organization that will be a head teacher will pay for his employees' training costs. CISI certifications are among the most recognized in the finance industry. The organization has partnerships with 40 regulators. It has more than 45,000 members in 116 countries and holds 40,000 exams each year. In Morocco, CISI already offers a number of certification courses in most areas of funding following the partnership with Casablanca Finance City in 2013.

The Exchange agreement will cover a training module on "the principles and principles of financial services". Registration fees have been set to DH 300 and the training itself will cost DH 1,800. Students will receive a 50% discount. It takes between 80 and 100 hours of study through the CISI platform online. It will be punctuated by an 1 hour examination in accredited centers.

These will be set up in six organizations in which the Exchange has established a partnership: ENCG Agadir and Tangier, Insea, Al Akhawayn University, UIC and UIR.

Like many other organizations, the Casablanca Stock Exchange carries out a number of actions in favor of developing financial education. This element is supported by the Stock Exchange School. After creating in 2000, he has trained more than 70,000 people.


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