Programs & Courses
FNSV 200 - Canadian Investment Funds
Canadian Investment Funds
Course teaches the content of the Canadian Investment Funds (CIFC) course of the Investment Funds Institute of Canada. The course focuses on the basics of mutual funds and the mutual funds industry in Canada. Specific topics include assessing client needs, types of mutual funds, investing and financial instruments, taxation, and pensions and retirement. In addition to MHC’s tuition fee, you are required to register and pay an additional course fee to IFSE.ca. With this mandatory registration and fee, you receive all course materials and access to on-line resources, are registered with IFSE.ca and are eligible to write the mutual funds exam,which, if passed, gives you license to sell mutual funds whenemployed at a Canadian financial institution. As a non-Business student you are also welcome to take the course for reasons of personal interest or professional development. Required Industry Fee of $225 (costs may vary from time of publication). NOTE: The required industry fee does not cover the textbook cost for this course.