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Fitch Learning Research Report Reveals How environmental, social and governance Investing is Likely to Develop in 2021 and Beyond

The growing importance of environmental, social and governance (ESG) investing is one of the most substantial shifts in the financial world for a generation, according to a research report published today by @FitchLearning, entitled Forthcoming Developments in ESG Investing and Credit.

Fitch Learning Examines The Growth of Data Science in Financial Services Apprenticeships

@FitchLearning - Recent research has shown that the UK has a chronic shortage of data talent, which is costing organisations more than £2 billion a year. The demand for data scientists has also tripled over the past five years, rising 231%.  Apprenticeships are a key tool in helping to overcome this skills gap within the financial services industry and developing these data management capabilities at the beginning of someone’s career will help to address this increasing demand, according to an insights article published today by Fitch Learning.

Fitch Learning Insights Webinar Examines Women in Financial Services

Fitch Learning (@FitchLearning) is delivering its latest webinar in the Fitch Learning Insights series – Women in Financial Services - Communication Styles on Wednesday, 26 May at 9:00 - 10:00 EDT | 14:00 - 15:00 BST.

Fitch Learning Kickstarts CIFP Program with Saudi Industrial Development Fund to Enrich Financial Education

@FitchLearning is pleased to announce that it has formed a strategic alliance with The Saudi Industrial Development Fund (@SIDFSA) to deliver a Certified Investment Financing Professional (CIFP) training program that will enrich the financial skills of its local talent in its thriving economy, and also provide them with a better insight into the increasingly complex global financial landscape.

Building our Financial Services Future: The Right Approach to Apprenticeships

The Kickstart Scheme – Creating New Jobs for Young People- @FitchLearning In the UK, the Government designed the Kickstart Scheme to create new job opportunities for 16 to 24-year olds on Universal Credit, who were most at risk of long-term unemployment in some of Britain’s most innovative companies, including Financial Services firms.

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