DSI certifies financial professionals. DSI certification shows that you as a financial professional are up to date on the latest developments in the field of integrity, knowledge and professional expertise while ensuring that you are ESMA compliant.
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Why certify with DSI?
- DSI certification has been the standard in the investment sector since 1999.
- Hundreds of financial firms are affiliated with DSI and require DSI certification for their investment professionals.
- Thousands of financial professionals have proven their expertise and integrity by becoming DSI certified.
- With your DSI certification, you show clients, prospects and peers that you place a high value on integrity and expertise.
- You offer clients the assurance that you abide by the DSI Code of Conduct and that you have met the highest standards in your field.
- Your certification is available to the public in the DSI register at dsi.nl.
- DSI was founded by the financial sector itself in order to promote integrity and expertise within the sector. DSI stands for impartial, serious self-regulation.
- Professionals working in the sector are active in many committees that advise on the conditions for DSI certifications.
- As a financial professional, you meet the highest standards required by the sector.
- DSI stands for impartial, serious self-regulation at cost price.
- Your DSI certification generates confidence, because it is clear which standards you have met, and your certification is available to the public in the DSI register at dsi.nl.
- DSI certification is a condition of the covenant with the Financial Markets Authority (AFM).
What are the benefits of DSI certification?
A professional fully certified by DSI:
- Is ESMA compliant (when applicable)
- Has been screened.
- Has been trained to recognise and deal with integrity-related dilemmas.
- Has proven his or her expertise.
- Is required to undergo regular reviews (Periodic Review).
- Abides by the Code of Conduct.
- Is subject to ethics enforcement.
A certification for each function
DSI has 10 certification registers for professionals, so there is certainly one for your profession. See the DSI Registers page for an overview.