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Wealth Management Investor Relations Specialists

Certification, Licensing, and Special Requirements

Certification or Licensing

Some investor relations specialists become certified in order to demonstrate their mastery of job skills and improve their chances of landing a job. In some instances, those who are certified earn higher salaries than those who are not certified. To become certified, you’ll typically need to satisfy education and experience requirements and pass an examination—but criteria vary by program. Here are a few popular certifications for IR professionals:

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