c. 45,000 Members in 111 countries
c. 40,000 Exams taken in 81 countries

Meet your local team

We have an office in Manila and senior representation in Hong Kong to support our members and corporate clients across Asia Pacific. We recognise the demand for qualified and knowledgeable candidates to support those working in the financial services sector and help individuals and firms to attain and maintain high standards of knowledge, skills and behaviour.

We have an established National Advisory Council in Singapore which plays a vital role in maintaining and developing the membership base and by providing opportunities for us to establish a market for our qualifications to contribute to the country's wider capacity building initiatives in financial services. Paul Hedges, Chartered FCSI, Head of Asia Pacific Network Management (Network Management & Market Intelligence), HSBC, is president of the Council.


Andrella Guzman-Sandejas

Country Head

News, insight & analysis

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    In the news: The samurai effect

    'Samurai’ and 'ninja' loans can be used to help combat debt. What are they, and which countries are they being used in? 
    by Bethan Rees
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    The new normal

    If ultra-low interest rates are now a long-term given, what is the impact on rationale for saving and social mobility?
    by Andrew Davis

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    How to make your workplace more sustainable

    With awareness of climate change and environmental pollution higher than ever, here are some simple steps you can take towards a greener working life

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    Profile: A duty of care

    Wanda Goldwag, the newly appointed chair of the Financial Services Consumer Panel, explains how the panel works and highlights the biggest issues currently facing the sector
    by Bethan Rees 
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APAC Region Newsletter


The Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI) Singapore Annual Awards ceremony celebrated the achievements of 19 of Singapore’s high flyers of global financial services.