CySEC Certification: Basic Mock Exam Test Questions
With this CySEC basic mock exam course, you will get all the key test questions to pass the CySEC basic exam.
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About this course
CySEC Basic Mock Exam
With this CySEC basic mock exam course, you will get all the key test questions to pass the CySEC basic exam. You can complete this course as often as you want, in order to be self-confident and well prepared for the exam.
This CySEC basic mock exam course includes 50 challenging questions. After successful passing, this course many times, you will get the exam very easy.
The questions are covering the following topics:
Investment Services and Activities and Regulated Markets Laws – Scope / Powers / Offences
Investment Services and Activities and Regulated Markets Laws – Cypriot Investment Firms (CIFs)
Investment Services and Activities and Regulated Markets Laws – CIFs and Banks
Insider Dealing and Market Manipulation (Market Abuse) Law
Open-ended Undertakings for Collective Investment (UCI) Law
The Prevention and Suppression of Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Law
Special money-back guarantee
Special money-back guarantee: If you complete the course, sign up for the official CySEC exam and do not pass it, you can apply for a full refund of the course fee. You need to provide us with a copy of your letter from CySEC confirming that you have taken part in the exam and have not passed it. The standard 30-day money-back guarantee mentioned in our T&C does not apply for this course.
This mock exam course doesn't include new CySEC requirements introduced in 2018.
Risk warning: Trading in financial instruments carries a high level of risk to your capital with the possibility of losing more than your initial investment. Trading in financial instruments may not be suitable for all investors, and is only intended for people over 18. Please ensure that you are fully aware of the risks involved and, if necessary, seek independent financial advice. The educational content on Tradimo is presented for educational purposes only and does not constitute financial advice.