Introduction Of Financial Products
- Course Code£º1609-FP-TC-001
- Starting Date£º23/06/2017
- Class Time£º06:30 pm – 08:30pm
- Class Hours£º8h
- Class Venue£ºto be confirmed
- Curriculum Objectives£ºIntroduce the financial products and help investors choose suitable products
- Study Achievement£ºAfter finishing the course, participants will be able to£º
-know 101 product
-Know the difference between the investment linked insurance and general insurance
-Introduction to the pros and cons of wealth management products
-Choose to suit their own products
-Choose a financial adviser
- Training Objects£ºWant to choose appropriate financial planning and interested in financial products
- Qualification£º18 years old or above
- Enrolment Deadline£ºUntil 5Pm on June 20, 2017 Successful application will receive confirmation email at noon on June 21
- Cost£ºRMB 6,000
- Application£ºPlease fill in the attached Excel form
- Course Syllabus£ºcourse content£º
---introduction of financial management products
---how to choose to suitable financial products
---the characteristics of various financial products
---How to choose suitable financial advisor when buying
- Assessment Form£ºNo assessment
- Assessment Criteria£ºNot applicable
- Equipment£ºGeneral classroom equipment
As China¡¯s economy has grown over the last decade, with annual GDP growth of between 6% and 13%, the financial services sector has also grown 15.9% , resulting in there being a significant gap between the supply and demand for specialists in the financial services sector.
Financial experts research report that the proportion of China's financial talent supply and demand is about 9 to 1. And one of the senior financial management personnel was particularly strong demand, employers seek the most financial services jobs in 2014 as follows: financial planning, bank account manager, insurance agents, channel manager and director of operations.
The number of job vacancies released by zhaopin.com in the first quarter of 2014 demonstrates that China¡¯s demand for professionals increased by 18% on a year-on-year basis, among which the financial sector had the highest growth.
In addition to the evidence of there being a gap between supply and demand, the Directors believe that the demand for financial services specialists will continue to grow given that the number of persons engaged in the sector in China is significantly below the numbers employed in mature economies.
The China Year Book for 2011 estimated that the number of persons engaged in the financial services sector amounted to approximately 9 million amongst a population in China of approximately 1.3 billion, representing just 0.66% of the population compared to other international financial centres such as London, New York and Hong Kong where those employed in financial services make up more than 5% of the whole population employed.