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Member Discounts

IFIC is pleased to offer the following discounts to our Members:

IFIC members receive a discount on courses offered through the IFSE Institute—a distance learning education institute wholly owned by IFIC. To obtain the discount, please call IFSE directly at 1-888-865-2437 and speak to a customer service representative.

TRSB, an IFIC member firm, is a full-service translation firm specializing in all types of financial, banking and regulatory documentation. With over 30 years of experience in the Canadian market, TRSB’s in-house teams have comprehensive expertise in risk management, financial regulations, economics, accounting, insurance and so much more. Our strict quality control procedures through every phase of project workflow ensure high-calibre French translations every time. To inquire about our service and the IFIC Member Discount, please email us at

IFIC Members receive a discount on comprehensive language services from TransPerfect, designed to help financial organizations communicate and conduct business more effectively in a global marketplace. TransPerfect offers custom solutions to meet the needs of the financial industry, including translation, interpretation, website globalization, subtitling/voiceovers, staffing services, training and learning solutions, multicultural marketing, virtual data rooms and more. TransPerfect provides 24/7 client service capabilities and a quality management system certified to ISO standards. To receive a free estimate and the IFIC Member Discount please email:

Leading market research firm Ipsos Reid provides IFIC Members with a discount on its Canadian Financial Monitor (CFM) research service, one of the most comprehensive sources of information regarding household balance sheet data in Canada. The CFM provides data regarding household usage of financial products including mutual funds high interest savings accounts and ETFs. The CFM survey size is large enough to allow household segmentation by many factors including residency, age, household income and net worth. Data from the service comes from a panel of more than 12,000 nationally representative households and historic data is available back to 1999. Data from the service has been used by many institutions including Statistics Canada for pension analysis and Ipsos Reid has used CFM data in its TFSA analysis jointly developed with Investor Economics. For more information, contact Michael Hsu at 416-572-4406 or