Academic Structure

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XI. Укрепление банков и других хозяйствующих субъектов, оказывающих финансовые услуги, высококвалифицированными специалистами, дальнейшее совершенствование системы подготовки и переподготовки кадров в сфере финансово-банковской деятельности.


|Постановление, часть 68 – Организация с привлечением высококвалифицированных зарубежных специалистов в области банковского дела и финансов специализированных курсов переподготовки и повышения квалификации для |
|руководителей и заместителей руководителей правлений и филиалов коммерческих банков, главных бухгалтеров коммерческих банков и их филиалов, менеджеров среднего звена банковских подразделений, сотрудников коммерческих |
|банков. |
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