Results published show that Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI) exam candidates globally have achieved some excellent results in the June sitting of the CISI’s most senior examinations.

The results, which are published in Financial Times, include excellent performances from this cohort in Portfolio Construction Theory and Applied Wealth Management, both with a pass rate of 79%. These two units, together with Financial markets, comprise the CISI’s pinnacle of professional qualifications, the Chartered Wealth Manager.

Ruth Martin, CISI Managing Director said: “We congratulate all our successful candidates across the range of examinations. We had successful candidates in Malta, Singapore and India as well as the continuing strong intake from firms in the UK particularly in the wealth management sector. We congratulate them, their firms and our training partners who support them.

“The pass rates in particular for our Chartered Wealth Manager qualification units are extremely pleasing: 58 of these candidates have now achieved the full Chartered Wealth Manager qualification and 16 completed the CISI Diploma award, both of which require passing three challenging examination units”.

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