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FinSA Training hosted by ARIF on March 5, 2021

By Stephan Mayer

The Association Romande des Intermédiaires Financiers (ARIF) will be organizing a FinSA Online Training course for Financial Service Providers and Client Advisers on March 5, 2021.

During the webinar, the following topics will be covered:

  • Scope of FinSA and registration of client advisers
  • Classification and rules of conduct

Emilie Tränkner, Head Representative Services Switzerland at ACOLIN, will share her expertise on "Offering of financial instruments" with the audience.

The course is held in English. Additional dates in French and German will be held on May 6 and September 28, respectively.

Interested in joining? Please find the program here and register at arif.ch. A participation fee of CHF 420 is due.

Please note: This training course is meant for Financial Service Providers and Client Advisers bound by the art. 6 FinSA and listed among accepted training in the field of FinSA rules of conduct.

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