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PASCN DP 2001-10: Human Resource Requirements of the Financial Sector Under a Liberalized Regime

This study looked at the human resource requirements of the financial sector under a liberalized regime within the (GATS) framework. The study covered the personnel requirements of the banking, stock brokerage and insurance sub-sectors. Using key informants, the study identified the human resource requirements of the financial sub-sectors in terms of educational attainment, technical skills and competencies, work experience and personal characteristics. In addition, it reviewed the finance curriculum of various undergraduate and graduate programs in selected academic institutions as well as special training programs offered by various financial organizations. Part of the evaluation is the identification of gaps between the finance curriculum and the requirements of the finance service industry.

Philippine APEC Study Center Network
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Tullao, Tereso Jr. S.; Calderon-Kabigting, Leila Y.; Villanueva, Cheryl; financial sector; financial liberalization; liberalization;
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