Human capital transformation

November 2010
Asia Insurance Review;Nov2010, p64
Trade Publication
The article looks at the financial services industry in Malaysia and the efforts taken by Asia Institute of Finance (AIF) to meet the growing human capital needs in the sector. It provides an overview of AIF, which was jointly established by Bank Negara Malaysia and Securities Commission Malaysia with the aim of enhancing human capital development in the industry. The need of financial institutions to quickly respond to the growing demand for new products and services is suggested.


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