Permanent Education

After successfully completing the CIP Program, the candidate member will be added to the public register CIP and can use the CIP title. The academic level of the program is safeguarded by the Foundation CIP.

Through the yearly PE (Permanent Education) program, the acquired knowledge of CIP members is kept up to date.

Permanent Education 2016

Once you are CIP certified, you are invited to participate in two study afternoons to meet your PE points. These afternoons are spread over 5 sessions during the year, including 4 study afternoons with two different programs and the Finance OpEx Update with interesting speakers.

This year we are proud to announce that the big three accountancy offices (PWC, KPMG, EY) in the Netherlands agreed to present these study afternoons.

KPMG professionals are the trusted advisors to the world’s leading financial services organizations, helping them create and protect sustainable value. We provide professional services to 78% of the global 1200 companies.

KPMG's Global Financial Services practice has more than 36,500 partners and professionals across our global network, providing audit, tax and advisory services to the retail banking, corporate and investment banking, investment management and insurance sectors. We leverage the vast knowledge, skills and experience across our global network of firms to help clients identify and address their most complex business problems with confidence.

Topic of KPMG:

"The past and present of the pension assets, socially responsible investing is not indispensable.” During this study session we will make a deep dive into the developments that the pension assets has experienced in recent years. Furthermore KPMG shows an insight into the way of development of the pension assets, changes in asset mix and manner of governance. Finally KPMG explores a very important development which is socially responsible investment.

At PwC in the Netherlands, about 4,200 people work together from twelve offices. PwC Netherlands helps organizations and individuals create the value they’re looking for. We’re a member of the PwC network of firms in 157 countries with more than 195,000 people. We’re committed to delivering quality in assurance, tax and advisory services.

The topic of PWC is ‘Outsourcing’:

More and more asset managers turn to outsourcing ( ITO and BPO). A trend that has long been underway in Europe, and now also takes place in the Netherlands. Outsourcing has different sides; the project itself, but also the changing role of the organization (retained organization) which remains . And what skills do you need to run it?