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HK govt, HKSI training programme to target “smaller” wealth firms

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The Hong Kong government is aiming to place third-year undergraduates in the city’s less conspicuous private banks rather than target the top tier so as to set its pilot programme apart from a raft similar training initiatives, says the Hong Kong Securities and Investment Institute (HKSI) speaking to Asian Private Banker.  “There’s a big gap between the demand from university students and the…

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