TOP MARKS AWARDED TO ISLE OF MAN FINANCIAL SERVICES EXAM CANDIDATE

Darren Kelly ACSI of the Isle of Man was one of an elite group of 96 award winners at the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI) Annual Award ceremony at Mansion House, London.

The Awards are made every year for top exam performers and Darren joined prize winners from India, the UAE, Singapore, Bahrain, Lebanon, Qatar, Republic of Ireland and France.

Awards were given in 54 categories with the winners being selected from takers of nearly 37,000 exams in 74 countries.

Darren Kelly ACSI of Isle of Man receiving his award from Sir David Howard FCSI(Hon), Chairman and Managing Director, Charles Stanley & Co Ltd.
Darren Kelly ACSI of Isle of Man receiving his award from Sir David Howard FCSI(Hon), Chairman and Managing Director, Charles Stanley & Co Ltd.

Darren said “To receive this award from such a prestigious industry body as the CISI is a real honour. The CISI qualifications I’ve undertaken so far have given me an excellent understanding of the financial services sector and how it currently operates. I expect the knowledge gained from completing them will serve me very well in my future study and career plans.”

Darren received his CISI Level 3 Award in Global Financial Compliance from Sir David Howard FCSI(Hon), Chairman, CISI Examination Board.

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Jonathan Leece, Chartered FCSI and President of the CISI Isle of Man branch said: “Darren’s achievement demonstrates his hard work and dedication to professionalism and excellence and he will serve as an inspiration for his peers and CISI fellow members working in the sector on the island.”

The CISI has 300 members in its Isle of Man branch and organises regular continuing professional development networking events and workshops.  Forthcoming events include the branch Annual Dinner 24 October.