International Scientific-Methodical Conference
Education of the Future:
New Professionals for the New Economy
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Programme 
International Scientific-Methodical Conference 
"Education of the Future: 
New Professionals for the New Economy"

21 - 23 March 2018

 

Organizers:

  • Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation 
  • International Association of Financial and Economic Education Institutions (IAFEEI) 
  • Council for Professional Qualifications of Financial Market Experts   

Wed., 21 march

Arrival of participants 

14.30 - 15.45 General meeting of IAFEEI members 
Leningradsky Prospekt, 55, Conference Hall (213)

16.00-18.00

Open meeting of the Financial Section of the Higher Education Federal Teaching and Methodology Association (Economics and Management)  in cooperation with the Center for Examination and Updating of Professional and Educational Standards of the Council for Professional Qualifications of Financial Market Experts    
Leningradsky Prospekt, 55, Conference Hall (213)

Moderators:

E.A. Kameneva, Head of the Financial Section of the Higher Education Federal Teaching and Methodology Association (Economics and Management), Vice-Rector for Educational Program Development and International Affairs, Financial University

N.M. Rozina, Head of the Center for Examination and Updating of Professional and Educational Standards of the Council for Professional Qualifications, counsellor to the Rector,  Financial University

Thursday, 22 March

9.00-10.00

Registration of participants

10.00-12.30

Plenary session    
Assembly Hall, Leningradsky Prospekt, 51, bld.1

Opening ceremony; opening address by:

M.A. Eskindarov - Rector, Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation
A.N. Shokhin - Chairman, Presidential National Council for Professional Qualifications, President; Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs
S.S. Kravtsov - Deputy Minister, Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation - the Head of the Federal Service for Supervision in Education and Science
L.Yu. Eltsova - Deputy Minister, Ministry of Labor and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
Yu.A. Chikhanchin  - Director, Federal Service for Financial Monitoring
A.K. Afanasyev  - President of the Board, "Moscow Exchange of MICEX-RTS" Public joint stock company
A.E. Rybnikov - President, "St. Petersburg International Mercantile Exchange" Joint-stock company

Presentations by:

A.V. Murychev - Chairman, Council for Professional Qualifications of Financial Market Experts; Executive Vice-President, Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs
"Development of Independent Assessment of Qualifications in Russia: Main Directions and Perspective"   

B.B. Slavin – Scientific Advisor of the Faculty of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science, Financial University 
"What Personnel Will We Need Tomorrow? Historical Reenactment of the Digital Future"

V.V. Fedorov  - CEO, Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VCIOM)
"Future Professions"

A.N. Leybovich - CEO, National Agency of Development of Qualifications
"About Priorities on Development of National System of Qualifications"

Gianmaria Ajani - Rector, Unirersity of Turin (Italy), professor, academician of the International Academy of Comparative Law (Paris), the lawyer
"University 4.0: Which Changes for Teaching and Researching?"

12.30-13.00  

  • Agreement signing ceremony  
  • Opening ceremony of the first stage of the FinSkills Russia All-Russia Professional Financial Expert Competition   
  • Briefing 
13.00-14.00

 Break

14.00-16.00 

General meeting of the members of the Council for Professional Qualifications of Financial Market Experts    

14.00-18.00 

Roundtable discussion sessions "Continuing education concept practical use in the new economy":   

Financial education through the prism of the new economy requirements 
Leningradsky Prospekt, 55, Concert Hall

Moderators:

S.V. Kruglova - Operating Officer of Tax and Legal Practice, PwC over the countries of Central and Eastern Europe
S.P. Solyannikova - Head of Department of Public Finance, Financial University, PhD Econ., associate professor

Topics for discussion

1. The financial education transformation trajectory for the new economy.
2. Financial education: from the common standards to personalized strategies.
3. Functional literacy formation issues in financial education.
4. Machine learning, few shots learning, life-long learning and financial education.
5. Information technology use issues in financial education.

A survey of the 21st century’s banking sector and financial market and the education of the future
 
Leningradsky Prospekt, 55, Conference Hall (213)

Moderators:

O.I. Lavrushin - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Head, Department of Financial Markets and Banks, Financial University
А.G. Tyurikov - Doctor of Sociology, Professor, Head, Department of Sociology, Financial University
A.A. Lobanov - Director, Department of Banking Sector Regulation, Bank of Russia 
Detlev Hummel - Doctor, Professor, Head, Department of Business Administration (specialization: Finance and Banking), University of Potsdam (Germany)

Topics for discussion

1. Transformation of the economic climate and modern banking development trends.
2. Possible banking sector and financial market development scenarios, and the transformation of education.
3. The global banking technology development and banking risks regulation trend.
4. Banking business model in a social economy.
5. Crisis management model as the future banking model.
6. New competencies of and requirements for the personnel of a bank of the future.
7. Areas to be modernized in the training of a new generation of banking professionals.

Training of personnel for solving new problems in accounting, account analysis and audit in the digital economy   
Leningradsky Prospekt, 49, Big Hall

Moderators:

R.P. Bulyga - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Head, Department of Accounting, Account Analysis and Audit, Financial University, member of the Executive Body at the Audit Council under the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation;  member of the Commonwealth Association of Auditors   
V.I. Barilenko - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Deputy Head for Research, Department of Accounting, Account Analysis and Audit, Financial University;  Chairman, Committee for Accounting, Account Analysis and Audit, International Association of Financial and Economic Education Institutions; chartered auditor, member of the Commonwealth Association of Auditors; member of the International Institute of Busness Analysis            
L.I. Khoruzhy - Head, Committee for Professional Qualifications in Accounting, Council for Professional Qualifications of Financial Market Experts,  President, Institute of Professional Auditors and Accountants of Russia,  Doctor of Economics, Professor,  Russian State Agrarian University-Moscow Timiryazev Agricultural Academy

Topics for discussion

1. The impact of the digital economy on the requirements for training experts in accounting, account analysis and control.
2. How should we harmonize market requirements, professional and educational standards and research in accounting, account analysis and audit?
3. How should we ensure interaction between universities, employers and professional associations in new personnel training?
4. What should we change in the university graduates’ training in line with the professional standards’ requirements?
5. New digital technologies and our educational programs.
6. Are the competencies in accounting, account analysis and control the key competences needed to achieve success in the actual digital transformation of the Russian economy?
7. International best practices and international cooperation development prospects and training of modern accountants and auditors.
8. How should we improve our graduates’ competitiveness?

Data science and statistics in the education of the future 
Leningradsky Prospekt, 49, room 321

Moderators:

V.N. Salin - PhD (Economics), Professor, Department of Accounting, Account Analysis and Audit, Financial University
I.I. Yeliseyeva - Doctor of Economics, Professor, corresponding member, Russian Academy of Sciences 

Topics for discussion

1. Statistics in business and power.
2. Data management as an element of training economic sector and social sector personnel.
3. Digitalization of statistical education.
4. The educational standard content of programs in Data Management and Statistics.
5. Improvement of the Statistician professional standard.
6. Issues in statistical training integration into higher education.
7. The role of the Russian Association of Statisticians in improving statistical education (issues and prospects).

World economy and finance and the global digitalization: the educational patterns viewed by the employers 
Leningradsky Prospekt, 51/1, room 0236 

Moderators:

E.A. Zvonova - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Head, Department of World Economy and World Finance, Financial University
I.N. Abanina - PhD (Economics), Associate Professor, Dean, Faculty of International Economic Relations,  Financial University
N.G. Shchegoleva - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Head, Department of World Economy and Foreign Trade Management, Faculty of Public Administration, Lomonosov Moscow State University

Topics for discussion

1.Cryptocurrencies: the transformation of educational models and the issues and prospects for use in the world economy and world finance.
2. New educational models in the world economy and finance in the presence of digitalization.
3. Transformation of the educational trajectory for the programs in World Economy and World Finance in the digital economy.
4. Financial innovations and technologies in the international foreign exchange market: new educational approaches.
5. Training in blockchain technology use in the international financial market and in foreign trade.
6. From digital assets to cryptocurrencies: modern requirements of the business environment and new educational models.
7. Transformation of banks’ foreign exchange operations: innovative currency tools viewed by the employers.

Interaction between universities and self-regulatory organizations when offering core and further education programs based on professional standards (based on the example of the insurance services market)      
Leningradsky Prospekt, 51/1, room 0225

Moderators:

A.A. Tsyganov - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Head, Department of Insurance Business and Social Sector Economy, Financial University
N.I. Malyshev - Director, Center for Qualifications Assessment, All-Russia Union of Insurers  

Topics for discussion:

1. Requirements set by self-regulatory organizations to universities.
2. Requirements set by the universities to employers.
3. The gap between the requirements set by the universities and the employers.
4. Introduction of professional standards as viewed by the universities and employers.
5. Positions, qualifications requirements and graduates’ career changes.
6. Introduction of qualification examinations offered by the centers for qualifications assessment in the learning process.
7. European experience gained in taking the employers’ requirements into account in educational programs.

New professionals for the public administration positions of the modern civil service in Russia:  professional knowledge and the civil service
  
Leningradsky Prospekt, 51/1, room 0908

Moderators:

G.M. Kadyrova - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation
S.E. Prokofyev - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Head, Department of Public Administration and Municipal Management, Financial University; Deputy Head, Federal Treasury
А.М.Belyayev - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Department of Public Administration and Municipal Management, Financial University

Topics for discussion:

1. Competences-based approach in training personnel for public administration sector: new opportunities.
2. Taking into account specifics of the core and professional requirements set for applicants for positions in civil service in the modern learning process.
3. Practice-oriented approach as an impetus for the public administration personnel training system development.
4. Issues in personnel training in the presence of the project-based and procedure-based approaches to public administration.

Fundamental basis for the education of the future seen through the prism of culture of economic thinking 
Leningradsky Prospekt, 51/1, room 0315

Moderators:

V.G. Belov - Doctor of Economics, Professor, President, Free Economic Society of Moscow  
Ya.S. Yadgarov - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Department of Economic Theory, Financial University

Topics for discussion:

1. The Founding Fathers of economic science: who are they? Why is the fundamental economic knowledge and culture of economic thinking unimaginable without knowledge of their heritage?
2. What philosophers, medical professionals, mathematicians and other non-economists contributed to the alternative economic knowledge acquisition and the growth of a culture of economic thinking? How did they do it?
3. What achievements of economic science make a critical contribution to the economists’ worldview and culture of economic thinking?
4. Is the fundamental economic education in contrast with the objectives of practice-oriented training of future economists?
5. How does the culture of economic thinking influence decisions in business and public administration?

In search of the ideal online course pattern:  MOOCs, COOCs and SPOC
Leningradsky Prospekt, 51/1, room 0804

Moderators:

A.V. Trachuk - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Director-General, Goznak; Head, Department of Management, Financial University   
N.V. Linder - PhD (Economics), Associate Professor, Deputy Head, Department of Management, Financial University  

Topics for discussion:

1. Efficient MOOC course development: obstacles and pitfalls.
2. MOOC types and varieties: the design and methods of use.
3. Successful MOOC course characteristics: the view of the university instructors.
4. A recipe for successful online courses offered by the corporate universities.
5. Components of success in MOOC course use: experience gained by business schools.

Digital revolution in the applied mathematics training of financial experts and economists 
 
Leningradsky Prospekt, 51/1, room 0329

Moderators:

S.A. Zadadayev - PhD (Physics and Mathematics), Associate Professor, Deputy Head, Department of Data Analysis, Decision-Making Theory and Financial Technology, Financial University
D.V. Soshnikov - PhD (Physics and Mathematics), Associate Professor, Academic Program Coordinator, Strategic Technology Department, Microsoft  

Topics for discussion:

1. Retrospective view of applied mathematical methods and the computing technology development.
2. Modern data analysis technologies in the learning process.
3. Educational and methodological aspects of the R and Python 2 (3) functional programming languages use.
4. Construction of the trajectory of modern mathematical and computer training of financial experts and economists.
5. Mathematical and computer competence of the graduate of the future (financial expert/economist).

Training of a new generation of experts in economic security, money laundering countering and terrorism financing countering  
Leningradsky Prospekt, 49, Small Hall 

Moderators:

V. I. Avdiysky - Doctor of Law,  Professor, Dean, Senchagov Faculty of Risk Analysis and Economic Security, Financial University, Distinguished Lawyer of the Russian Federation, Lieutenant General of the Police Force,          
E.B. Kalinina - International Educational and Methodological Center for Financial Monitoring   

Topics for discussion:

1. Current issues in training in economic security, money laundering countering and terrorism financing countering.  
2. New approaches to the program development in economic security, money laundering countering and terrorism financing countering.    
3. Professional standards in economic security, risk management, money laundering countering and terrorism financing countering: the common and the specific.
4. Modern education viewed by an instructor, employer, student, applicant.
5. Transformation of professional activities in economic security, money laundering countering and terrorism financing countering in modern conditions.

Practice-oriented training in the new social and economic environment: issues, prospects, trends
 
Leningradsky Prospekt, 51/1, room 0412

Moderators:

A.Yu. Melnichenko - Executive Director of LLC Auditor Firm INTERKON
O.I. Klyuchko – Doctor of Philology, Professor of Department of Psychology, Institute of Pedagogics and Psychology, Moscow City Pedagogical University
M.V. Polevaya – Doctor of Economics, Associate Professor, Head, "Human Resource Management and Psychology" Department, Financial university

Topics for discussion:

1. Current problems and the prospects of the practice-focused education in the off-line and on-line formats.
2. A problem of criteria of efficiency of the praсешсу-focused training.
3. A problem of quality of professional education in new socioeconomic conditions from a position of the employer.
4. Praсtice - focused training of workers as part of continuous professional education.
5. Modern options of mentoring as effective form of the practice - focused training.
6. Influence of digital economy on demands to competences of teachers of the higher school.
7. Educational and professional destructions as a result of unreasoned reforms in education and a way of their prevention.

Case study technologies and educational activity: the application theory and the practice of use in modern conditions. Meeting demands of the labor market  
 
Leningradsky Prospekt, 51/1, room 0413

Moderators:

S.D. Sochnev - Director General, Phoenix Co.
Yu.M. Gruzina - PhD (Economics), Associate Professor, Deputy Vice-Rector for Research, Financial University 
I.A. Firsova - Doctor of Economics, PhD (Didactics), Deputy Head, Extracurricular Activity Department,  Associate Professor, Financial University

Topics for discussion:

1. Strategic approaches in modern case technologies and training of graduates who are in demand on the labor market: the portrait of a graduate.
2. Modern interactive formats in education: case technologies in education. The methodology and practice of writing social and economic cases using Keykis.
3. Employer's cases: a modern platform for trilateral interaction.
4. Case technology application practice in education.

Tourism and sport industry in the digital epoch 
Leningradsky Prospekt, 51/1, room 0313

Moderators:

T.P. Rozanova - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Vice-Rector for Regional Development,  Financial University, full member, National Academy of Tourism  
R.P. Skory - President, National Tourism Union 
R.Yu. Stytsyuk - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Department of Management, Financial University M.Yu. Nesterenko - Editor-in-Chief, Turistskiye resursy Rossii journal, project manager, Tourism and International Cooperation project

Topics for discussion:

1. Digital transformation: risks for the tourism sector.
2. Economy of impressions: how to sell a tourist service today?
3. Virtual tourism as a new type of tourism.
4. SMART marketing: neurotechnology in the tourism sector.
5. Electronic voucher: a panacea or the utopia?
6. Regional tourism: challenges of the epoch and development prospects.
7. Benchmarking strategies in personnel training.

Education of the future as a research process and project activity for an efficient government 
Leningradsky Prospekt, 51/1, room 0409

Moderators:

M.L. Gallas - chief researcher of Department of political science of the Financial University, doctor of historical sciences, professor
A.B. Shatilov - dean of Faculty of sociology and political science of the Financial University, doctor of political sciences, professor

Topics for discussion:

1. Methodology and technologies of introduction of research activity in educational process.
2. Design activity in educational process in interrelation with the potential employer and the customer.
3. Influences of digital communications on formation of professional culture and possibility of increase in professional competences of youth.
4. Activization of a personal position of the person studying in educational process for the benefit of harmonization, stability of society and efficiency of the state.

PR and GR competences and technologies and the economy of the future 
Leningradsky Prospekt, 51/1, room 0410

Moderators:

Yu.B. Gryaznova - PhD (Philology), consultant in communications management, Executive Director, Russian PR Association 
S.V. Chuyev - Vice-Rector, State University of  Management, Associate Professor, Department of  Public Administration and Political Technologies      
V.V. Kaftan - PhD (Philosophy), Professor, Department of Political Science, Financial University

Topics for discussion:

1. Issues and prospects of training experts in advertising, PR, and GR in the economy of the future.
2. Trends and development potential of advertising and public relations and the current economic, social and cultural environment.
3. New technologies in advertising and public relations in Russia and abroad.
4. Modern areas of GR management and lobbyism development in Russia and foreign countries.
5. Marketing and branding of territories.
6. Strategic, corporate, political and media communications.
7. New technologies used in digital marketing.

Digital economy: the challenges posed to the modern society and the new personnel needed for the social and economic development of Russia 
Leningradsky Prospekt, 51/1, room 0909

Moderators:

G.F. Ruchkina - Doctor of Law, Professor, Head, Department of Legal Regulation of Economic Operations, Financial University 
R.A. Kurbanov - Doctor of Law, Head, Department of Civil Law Disciplines, Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, Head, Secretariat, Russian delegation, the Venice Commission

Topics for discussion:

1. Blockchain technology and smart contracts: the place of a lawyer in the new digital economy.
2. A list of new legal professions in the digital society.
3. New generation of training programs as a necessary component of quality training of lawyers for the digital economy.
4. New approaches to the methodological support of the teaching and learning process.
5. Learning technologies: from the classical approach to the innovative approach.

Prospects and challenges posed to foreign language training in a non-linguistic university in a digital epoch 
Leningradsky Prospekt, 51/1, room 0411

Moderators:

I.I. Klimova - PhD (Philology), Professor, Head of the Department of Language Training, Financial University 
L.V. Kulik - PhD (Philology), Associate Professor, Department of Foreign Languages, Faculty of Economics, Lomonosov Moscow State University       

Topics for discussion:

1. Learning technologies used in teaching a foreign language in the digitalization epoch.
2. Innovative trends in teaching a foreign language at the present stage.
3. The 21st century competences formation and development as a prerequisite for achieving success in training and the university graduate’s career.
4. Modern expert’s financial literacy and knowledge of foreign languages ​​as a prerequisite for achieving success.
5. Issues in ICT-based monitoring and assessment of language training quality.
6. Intercultural competences and communication skills in a foreign language as an essential element of modern graduates’ training.

SMART-TECH in business education  
Leningradsky Prospekt, 49, Professorial Club, room 200  

Moderators:

N.A. Yevtikheyeva - PhD (Economics), Director General, Russian Association of Business Education,  Director General, National Business Education Accreditation Council; Dean, International Business and Technology School,  MISIS National University of Science and Technology   
E.A. Didenko - PhD (Technical Sciences), Vice-Rector for Continuing Education, Financial University, Associate Professor, National Business Education Accreditation Council

Topics for discussion:

1. How digitalization will influence the business education market: new directions and new educational programs.
2. Business education in a format online: reset.
3. New technologies: augmented reality, simulators, gamification.
4. International partnership as competitive advantage.
5. Integration of technologies and administrative knowledge – a new trend of business education.

Integration of students into the Financial University training quality assessment system
 
Leningradsky Prospekt, 51/1, room 0223

Moderators:

L.V. Adamskaya - PhD (Sociology), Associate Professor, Department of Public Administration and Municipal Management, Financial University; Class II Full Counsellor of State of the Russian Federation
N.N. Mishin - 3rd year student, Faculty of Public Administration and Financial Control; member, Self-Government without Borders practice-oriented student club 

Topics for discussion:

1. Practice-oriented education: a dream or the reality?
2. Possibility of applying the experience gained by students in training quality assessment in higher educational institutions of Russia and abroad.
3. Methodology and tools of training quality assessment by students.
4. The role and place of students in assessing training quality and the use of the student-oriented education principle.
5. Training quality assessment by students: the development prospects.
6. Involving students in an objective training quality assessment.
7. The role of student associations in the training quality assessment system.

 
15.00-17.00

Seminar meeting of the Federation Council Committee on Budget and Financial Markets together with the Financial University
TAX BENEFITS AND PREFERENCES:
THEIR INFLUENCE ON INCOME OF BUDGETS OF TERRITORIAL SUBJECTS OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION

Leningradsky Prospekt, 51/1, Conference Hall of the Academic Council

Moderators:

V.V. Maslennikov - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Vice-Rector for Scientific Work, Financial University
S.N. Ryabukhin - Doctor of Economics, Chairman of the Committee of the Federation Council on the budget and the financial markets

Topics for discussion:

1. Project analysis of a technique of assessment of efficiency of tax benefits, developed by the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation.
2. Practice of administration by tax authorities of privileges on taxes and fees.
3. Assessment of tax expenditures (loss of income in connection with provision of privileges) regional and local budgets.
4. Experience of territorial subjects of the Russian Federation according to efficiency of the tax benefits applied in their territory.
5. Suggestions for improvement of the legislation on taxes and fees regarding provision of tax benefits and preferences.

 

 

Fri., 23 March

10.00-13.00

 Discussion platforms  

I. MONITORING OF THE LABOUR MARKET AND THE PROFESSIONS THAT WILL BE IN DEMAND
   
 Leningradsky Prospekt, 49, room 214

Today there is a need of continuous monitoring of promptly changing labor market and future professions, updatings of "the reference book of professions", formations of system of flexible career guidance of youth. Exchange of experience, the analysis of existing practice and formation of the package of proposals on monitoring of regional labor markets in the financial and bank sphere - the main questions for discussion.

II. INDEPENDENT EDUCATION QUALITY ASSESSMENT: REGULATIONS AND ACTUAL EFFICIENCY
Leningradsky Prospekt, 55, Conference Hall (213)

In the light of integration of labor market and an education system, questions of quality of education and its adequate assessment today in a priority both at the state, and at the educational organizations. Formation of systems of external and internal assessment of quality of education, quality management development of higher education institutions, competitiveness and quality of educational programs - the main questions for discussion, exchange of experience and search of effective decisions.
     

III. TRENDS IN REGULATION AND INDEPENDENT QUALIFICATIONS ASSESSMENT
Leningradsky Prospekt, 55/1, room 1001 

The national system of qualifications promptly develops. New tasks are set: inclusion in its paradigm of various ways of assessment of qualification, including regulated by the Labour code of the Russian Federation; replacement by professional standards and qualifications of outdated tariff and qualification reference books; acceleration of response to requirements of labor market; customer focus of the main services of independent assessment of qualification. These and other directions and problems of development of National system of qualifications are offered for discussion.​

13.00 - 14.00

 Break

14.00-16.00

Young researcher section and student work competition 
The future of the financial markets and banks: the view of the generation Z

Leningradsky Prospekt, 51/1, room 0529
Undergraduate and postgraduate students, young instructors, graduates of 2013 – 2018 are invited to attend.   

Topics for discussion:

1. Will the bank remain a lending institution or will it become a FIN TECH company?
2. What will the scope of banking universalization be? Will the bank be a lending institution or will it be the institution in charge of financial and lending operations?
3. Will we need banks or banking operations only? Will the banks disappear? Will we have financial companies operating in the market instead?
4. What features of a modern bank should be retained in a bank of the future? What do we need to take with us into the bank of the future?
5. What shortcomings of a modern bank should we eliminate? What should not be taken into the future?
6. What knowledge will be specifically needed in a bank of the future?
7. What academic disciplines should be in focus at the higher education institutions if we want to build a bank of the future?
8. What new academic disciplines should be taught in higher education institutions when training employees for a bank of the future?
9. What special character traits should an employee of a bank of the future have?
10. What new types of banks could emerge in the financial market?
11. Will men or women constitute a majority of the bank employees?
12. Bank employee knowledge: about what degree of universality should we speak here?   
13. Bank employee knowledge: what degree of universality should we pursue?
14. Will the future employees retain specializations, or will they have to multitask?
15. What new employees will the banks need, given their place in the financial market?
16. Would you like to work in a bank of the future or would you prefer to work in another field?

14.00-16.00

 Training (initial part of an advanced training course)

  • Expert in professional accreditation of educational programs

The program is aimed at individuals who wish to become professional experts in organizing accreditation of programs of study.  

  •  Expert in independent financial market experts’ qualifications assessment

The program is aimed at individuals who wish to improve their professional competences and gain the status of an expert in assessing qualifications or a technical expert in assessing professional qualifications and conducting qualifications assessment activities.