In order to become a qualified Stockbroker you have to pass the Stockbroker exams set and administered by SAIS. To obtain the designation “Stockbroker” you have to meet the fit-and-proper requirements of SAIS and apply for and retain membership of the professional body. Membership of SAIS requires the payment of annual membership fees and adherence to the SAIS Code of Conduct.
The designation “Stockbroker” allows participants access to the JSE Limited. According to the JSE Rules (Section 3 - Authorisations and Approval) this designation is a requirement for those who want to open their own stockbroking firms.
A person who meets any of the following entry requirements may enter for the Stockbroker learning programme and/or exams.
The learning programme consists of five comprehensive and focused modules that aim to prepare practitioners for a career in stockbroking. The modules focus on best practice and aim to promote professionalism, integrity and credibility. The modules are:
The syllabi are made available to candidates once they have registered for the exams. The study materials consist of prescribed text books and publications, study notes and lectures. The attendance of lectures is not compulsory but it is highly recommended.
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