• As of 2015, CMIP has conducted TEN (10) runs of the Investment Teaching Accreditation Program (ITAP), producing 288 graduates from Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao who are either tertiary lecturer/instructors/professors or are practitioners  of BANKING, FINANCE, INVESTMENT, CAPITAL and SECURITIES MARKET. 


  • Inclusion of Securities and Capital Market as a required subject in Business Education Program under CMO 39, Series of 2006.


  • The PSE-Industry-CMIP tandem has assisted DepEd in the preparation of a syllabus for use of high school teachers in teaching capital market subject in the secondary level.


  • CMIP directors have been invited to be resource speakers in national and international fora on how to generate savings and to invest in the Philippine capital market.

  • The CMIP advocacy of helping to strengthen the Philippine capital market plus the efforts of the Capital Market Development Division of PSE has caught fire in other schools in putting up their direct on-line stock trading facilities.


  • There are also other intangible benefits that the CMIP has offered: the building of investment consciousness not only in SISC but in schools/institutions which sent participants to the annual CMITAP runs.


  • Despite its limited resources, the CMIP continues to produce more graduates of the CMITAP and PSE-CMIP seminars/briefings/symposia. However, the Institute continues to seek funding from major sponsors to sustain its educational programs and advocacy.

  • CMIP directors and members are authors and co-authors of investment and financial management books which are being used as textbooks/references in some universities and colleges.


  • CMIP is one of the professional organizations which contributed to the CHED-Business Education Linkage for the purpose of narrowing down the gap between what business requires from graduates and what the graduates have acquired in terms of knowledge and skills.


  • Conducted short courses in motivating the public to invest in the Philippine capital market by properly guiding and leading the participants to engage in actual stock trading.


  • CMIP, in partnership with SISC and the PSE, has succeeded in inspiring and educating the academic community to take active role in developing the Philippine capital market through stock trading competitions and establishing facilities that will enable members of the community to actively participate in capital market investments.


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