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The DSI Register Integrity lists professionals working in the financial sector who have successfully completed the DSI integrity program. These professionals place a high value on a financial sector in which consumers, entrepreneurs and financial institutions can do business with confidence.

How do you apply for this certification?

For admission to the Integrity register, you need to meet various requirements, including completing an integrity program. You can find the specifications regarding this here.

Certification always begins with registration at DSI. You can do this via MyDSI. This can be done before you meet all the requirements. We will then register you as a candidate-certified. Once you fully meet all the requirements, we will convert your registration to certified. View here step-by-step the application process for certification at DSI.

Admission requirements

  • General admission requirements
    • The employer or client must be a DSI participant;
    • The candidate must complete a registration screening, unless previously screened by AFM/DNB for current position;
    • The candidate must agree to, and abide by the DSI Code of Conduct;
    • The candidate must maintain their level of knowledge of legislation and regulations.
  • Knowledge

    For access to the financial sector and DSI registration, ethical behavior is essential. As a certified professional, you must successfully complete the DSI Integrity e-learning module. You can enroll in this e-learning through the Dutch Compliance Institute. For more details and registration, click here.

  • Certification fees

    You can find the fees for DSI Certification here.

Register Integrity

For professionals in finance who completed the DSI integrity program.

What does the register Integrity entail?

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Which professionals are listed in the register?

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What skills do certified individuals possess?

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What does the register entail?

The importance of fair and honest behaviour for investment specialists is crucial in order to maintain the consumer’s trust in the financial sector. Incidents involving integrity and examples of potential mismanagement or a culture of fear top the headlines of newspapers every day. DSI strives to build a financial sector where fair and honest behaviour plays a key role in professional practice. The programme offers individuals a course of study that ensures professionals working in the financial sector all have a shared understanding of integrity and ethics within the sector. It is therefore vital for investment sector professionals to complete the training course.

Professionals listed in the DSI Integrity register must comply with the Code of Conduct drawn up by DSI. Certified Professionals listed in the DSI Integrity register have successfully completed examinations for knowledge and skills. They are the employees or contractors of organisations that are DSI participants. In the near future, the annual completion of the Continuing Professional Education programme will also be a requirement for inclusion in the register.

Who is listed in the register?

The DSI Integrity register lists professionals working in the investment sector who recognise the importance of fair and honest behaviour, and who wish to record that in a Public Register. The registered professionals include IT specialists, marketing professionals, front-office employees and/or management administrative assistants. These professionals work for a company or organisation that is a DSI participant, such as a bank, pension fund or asset management firm.

What must a registered professional know?

The knowledge that a professional registered in the DSI Integrity register must possess is listed in the DSI learning goals. These learning goals were drawn up by the DSI advisory committees and DSI Accreditation Committee.

A professional listed in the DSI Integrity register has acquired sufficient knowledge in the following areas:

  • Financial services;
  • New developments in legislation and regulations;
  • Supervisory bodies;
  • Self-regulation;
  • Compliance;
  • Behaviour and culture, including integrity risks;
  • Ethics in financial organisations;

More information

If you have any questions about the DSI register Integrity, and cannot find the answers in the FAQ page, please contact one of our DSI Cusomer Care Officers. We would be happy to help you! You can contact us by e-mail via the contactform or by calling 020-6201274.