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Candidates who have passed the following SCI examinations will be entitled to use the appropriate certification designations as listed in the table below, in accordance with SCI Policy Guidelines on the use of such designations:

Examinations Passed Certification Designations
Upon passing the following Certification in General Insurance modular examinations:
  • Basic Insurance Concepts and Principles (BCP)
  • Personal General Insurance (PGI)
  • Commercial General Insurance (ComGI)
  • Cert SCI (General Insurance)
    Upon passing the following Capital Markets and Financial Advisory Services (CMFAS) examinations:
  • Module 5: Rules and Regulations for Financial Advisory Services
  • Module 9: Life Insurance and Investment-linked Policies
  • Cert SCI (Life Insurance)
    Upon passing the following examinations:
  • Health Insurance
  • Basic Insurance Concepts and Principles (BCP)
    OR
  • Health Insurance
  • CMFAS Module 5: Rules and Regulations for Financial Advisory Services
  • Cert SCI (Health Insurance)
    Upon passing the following examinations:
  • Certification in Reinsurance (CRI)
  • Basic Insurance Concepts and Principles (BCP)
  • Cert SCI (Reinsurance)

    SCI Policy Guidelines on the Use of Certification Designations

  • The prescribed designations may be used only upon successful completion of the examinations as prescribed and approved by SCI Academic Board.

  • Designations conferred by SCI for public use may be used only on business cards and stationery in the certification designation form, and following only the designee's name and any academic degree. Font size must be either similar to or smaller than the font size of the designee's name. No logo or other mark associated with SCI or the designation may be used.

  • Designees can validly provide information about the services that they offer to members of the public. However, such information shall not make reference to the designations in promotional materials or advertisements - whether in a print or online format - that can mislead the public to purchase a product or service, undermine trust and be demeaning to the profession. Designations may be used only in promotional materials following the designee's name as specified above. This means of providing information must also conform to any existing guidelines as stipulated by MAS, as well as the respective insurance industry associations and professional bodies.

  • All appropriate continuing education and / or examination requirements of MAS and the relevant insurance industry associations and professional bodies must be complied with in a timely manner to continue public use of the professional designation. Should such requirements for continuing education and / or validity period not be complied with, all public use of the designation must immediately cease until such situation has been rectified, and explicit permission has been granted by SCI to the designee allowing the resumption of use.

  • Any failure to adhere to these policy guidelines on the use of any such designation will result in the reporting of such ethical violation to SCI Academic Board for any disciplinary action to be taken.

  • Any unauthorised use of any such designation will result in the reporting of such ethical violation to SCI Academic Board for any disciplinary action to be taken.

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