The DSI Foundation was created by the investment sector to address the sector’s need for strict self-regulation. Collaboration with all of the stakeholders in the sector is therefore extremely important to DSI. It helps us keep up with developments and opinions among the parties we were founded to serve. That collaboration is therefore embedded in the organisation’s structure, with a Board of Directors and a variety of committees.
The board is the highest organ within DSI, and is charged with the management of the foundation.
Ethics cases are heard and evaluated by the DSI Ethics Committee.
Handles appeals regarding the Ethics Committee’s verdicts.
Accredits institutions that provide education and/or examinations.
Consists of experts from the investment sector for the various certification categories.
Evaluates disputes pertaining to certification between DSI and third parties.
The board is the highest organ within DSI, and is charged with the management of the foundation. The board is responsible for formulating policy and drafting the budget, taking the foundation’s interests and mission into consideration. The board appoints the General Director, the members of the permanent and ad-hoc committees and the accountant. The President of the Board is not a member of one of the branch organisations.
The managing board consists of the President, Vice-President and Treasurer.
Is the DSI Ethics Committee consists of a number of independent experts who meet to hear ethics-related cases and come to a verdict after considering all the facts of the case. The verdicts may be appealed to the Appeals Committee.
The document below (.pdf) provides an overview of the committee members’ professional details and ancillary positions.
DSI Ethics Committee – professional details and ancillary positions
The verdicts of the DSI Ethics Committee may be appealed to the Appeals Committee. The Appeals Committee consists of the following members:
Appeals Committee – professional details and ancillary positions
DSI accredits providers of educational programmes and examinations. Successful completion of an accredited study programme or examination is a requirement for a Certified Professional’s inclusion in one of our registers. Institutes offering education and/or examinations may apply for accreditation from our Accreditation Committee.
The Accreditation Committee’s duties include:
The Accreditation Committee considers the recommendations of the relevant Advisory Committees when making its decisions regarding accreditation. The Accreditation Committee meets at least twice per year. If you have any questions about the Accreditation Committee, please feel free to contact Mr. M.A. van der Lecq, Secretary | Postbus 3861 1001 AR Amsterdam | Tel 020 – 535 6 176 | email@example.com
DSI has several advisory committees for the various certification categories. These diverse committees of experts from the financial sector evaluate the quality of study programmes and examination procedures to assist in the preparation of the Accreditation Committee’s work.
The DSI Arbitration Committee evaluates disputes pertaining to certification between DSI and third parties, subject to the Dispute Resolution Regulations. DSI and the DSI participants are both subject to the provisions of the Dispute Resolution Regulations.
Afwijzing deelnameverzoek door DSI in beroep afgewezen
Afwijzing registratieverzoek beleggingsadviseur
Afwijzing registratieverzoek effectenhandelaar
Afwijzing registratieverzoek financieel adviseur