The certification, which will ultimately comprise around 150 multiple-choice and multiple-selection questions, is designed to create a recognized standard of accreditation for professionals working in market and reference data roles, to allow individuals to promote their skills, and give employers a benchmark by which they can judge candidates. FISD currently plans to maintain a database of individuals who achieve the certification, though it will not share information on those who fail the test
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