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NPPF12A The Practice in the Age of New Technology


This course is for all financial planners who wish to learn more about the laws, issues, risks and practices related to the information technology (IT) used in their practice.

In this course, you will explore:

  • The Act Respecting the Protection of Personal Information in the Private Sector (APPIPS)
  • The Paperless Office and Data Hosting
  • Computer Security and Best Practices
  • Theft or Loss of Personal Information
  • Adding IT Risks to the Business Continuity Plan
  • Electronic Messages and the Client File
  • The Anti-Spam Legislation, Solicitation and Communication
  • Online Marketing and Advertising: Professional Ethics and Risks
  • Offering Online or Remote Advisory Services: Bill 141

By the end of this session, you will be able to:

  • Identify the opportunities offered by IT
  • Add IT to your professional practice
  • Identify the issues related to using IT in the practice of financial planning
  • Avoid the risks associated with using IT in the practice of financial planning
  • Manage incidents and crises

This web-based course is available at any time and may be taken at your own pace, to suit your own schedule. After registration, you will receive an automated e-mail confirmation with instructions to access your course.

You must complete this course by November 30, 2021.

  • Duration : 5 hour(s)
  • PDU : 5.0 SC-FP
  • Speaker :
  • Course Language : English
  • Number of seats available : 9975

Accreditation

OrganismAccreditation NumberUnitsSubdomain
Barreau du Québec5.0Admissibilité confirmée par le B. du Q. aux fins de la formation continue obligatoire, pour une durée de 5 heures.
CSFCSF19-12-524285.0Conformité
IIROC / OCRCVMCECAP0109744.0Conformité