The Sales Representatives Manual contains the materials required for sales representatives to obtain the required knowledge to perform their duties. The manual explains the laws, regulations and various rules as well as the product business knowledge that is necessary for persons who engage in financial instruments business.
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○Chapter 1 Basic Knowledge Concerning Securities Markets
○Chapter 2 Financial Instruments and Exchange Act
○Chapter 3 Laws Relating to Solicitation and Sales of Financial Instruments
○Chapter 4 Articles of Association and Various Rules of the Association
○Chapter 5 Articles of Incorporation and Various Regulations of the Exchanges
○Chapter 1 Equity Business
○Chapter 2 Bond Business
○Chapter 3 Investment Trusts and Investment Corporations Business
○Chapter 4 Incidental Businesses
○Chapter 5 Sales Operations
○Chapter 1 Stock Company Law In General
○Chapter 2 Basic Knowledge of Economics, Finance and Fiscal Policy
○Chapter 3 Financial Statements and Company Analysis
○Chapter 4 Taxation of Securities Transactions
○Exercise (Class-2 Examination)
○Chapter 1 Overview of Derivatives Transactions
○Chapter 2 Products of Derivatives Transactions
○Chapter 3 Derivatives Transactions and Articles of Association and Various Rules of the Association
○Exercise (Class-1 Examination)
＊The questions for the Class-1 Sales Representative Qualification Exam will be based on the latest laws, regulations and various rules concerning the above items from volumes 1 to 4. (The questions for the Class-2 Sales Representative Qualification Exam will be based on the above items from volumes 1 to 3.)
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＊Based on the provisions of the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act, the JSDA cannot make for-profit transactions.
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