Zurich International Life has launched its latest round of professional development workshops. The e...
Zurich International Life has launched its latest round of professional development workshops. The educational sessions, which will take place in Dubai and Hong Kong, will be led by one of Zurich's fund house partners, Morgan Stanley Investment Management, with additional support from Invesco. The two-hour workshops are designed to reinforce financial advisers' investment knowledge through face-to-face contact with quality investment experts.
The professional develop-ment programme is specifically designed to help financial advisers further enhance their client handling skills, in turn, enabling them to improve their businesses.
Martin Davis, chief executive of Zurich International Life, which is headquarted in the Isle of Man, commented: "Through Zurich's Investment Clubs and, more specifically, the professional development scheme, we are able to provide education and resources for financial advisers, in order to help them to improve their investment knowledge.
"The scheme has not only been successful in Dubai and Hong Kong, but also across the globe. In fact, overwhelming success has been such that professional development programmes have become compulsory in many brokerages. Further workshops are scheduled for later this year, as a result of the positive uptake and feedback," said Davis.
The sessions will be led by Howard Luder, executive director at Morgan Stanley.
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