International Certificate in Investor Relations

International Certificate in Investor Relations

The International Certificate in Investor Relations (ICIR) is an internationally recognised qualification in Investor Relations (IR). It is regarded as an essential pre-

for those entering the IR profession, and a valuable benchmark for those already in the profession.

The ICIR ensures that the holder of the qualification has an appropriate level of factual knowledge of the regulatory requirements as well as the financial and market environment within which the practitioner is able to operate effectively.

The ICIR Online Learning Support Modules are an additional resource to help ensure that candidates have the very best chance of passing the ICIR exam.

The modules focus on the more theoretical elements of the ICIR syllabus, where most value can be added by the online learning process: Companies & Regulation; Regulatory Environment; and Accounting, Valuation & Investment Principles

The other sections of the ICIR syllabus should be covered by using the study guide. At the end of each online module there will be multiple choice questions to answer.

The qualification is for everyone working in investor relations or considering a move into investor relations, either in Singapore, the UK or overseas.

The qualification is assessed by a one-hour examination comprising 60 multiple-choice questions, based on the topics set out in the syllabus.

Candidates are advised to spend at least 50 hours of studying time, in additional to practicing the mock exam, to prepare for the final exam.

Candidates who passed the examination will be awarded the Certification jointly issued and recognised by both the IRPAS and IR Society UK.

2.2 How do equity markets or stock markets work

3.3 Statutory reporting & financial reporting calendar

5. Accounting Valuation and Investment Principles

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Following registration, if a candidate is subsequently unable to make the exam they must inform IRPAS in writing by two weeks prior to the commencement of the examination. If two weeks written notice is received by IRPAS, a candidate will be allowed to delay the exam until the next sitting, subject to payment of an administration fee of

. If less than two weeks written notice is received by IRPAS, a candidate will be allowed to delay the exam until the next sitting, subject to payment of an administration fee of

If a candidate fails the exam and decides to retake, an administration fee of

will also be charged for each re-sit, up to a maximum of three times including the first sitting. If a candidate needs to take the exam more than three times they will be required to re-register and receive an updated set of study notes.

Investor Relations Professionals Association (Singapore) Limited

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