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Four-fifths of Singapore-based private bankers “exceed” training requirements

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Private bankers in Singapore have been diligent in ensuring that they meet the city-state’s professional training requirements – with 83% “exceeding” client advisor competency standards (CACS) CPD requirements, according to a report from the Institute of Banking and Finance Singapore (IBF). While the CACS guidelines require a minimum of 15 continuous professional development (CPD) hours, more than half of the…

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