UBS Launches First Wealth Management Master Programme in Asia Pacific

by swisscham in Bank, Finance, Insurance

UBS Wealth Management has launched its first Wealth Management Master programme in Asia Pacific targeted at its most senior client advisors in the region, as part of a global roll-out of the training programme. Twenty-two senior client-facing staff from Hong Kong and Singapore have joined the inaugural Asia Pacific intake. The 2-year part-time programme is aimed at providing participants exposure to in-depth and actionable expertise in client book management, client investment and client relationship management. Faculty include world class thought leaders from leading academic institutions like Harvard, Columbia, Princeton University and University of Zurich, experts from renowned consultancies like PwC and KPMG, and senior leaders and subject matter experts from UBS providing best practice insights. The programme is tailored towards on-the-job development and business application with off-the-job lectures.

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