OAWA Investment Education is starting a 6-month program in wealth management certified by the NSE Academy
OAWA Investment Education, an online educational academy, has launched a new 6-month wealth management program co-certified by the OAWA-NSE Academy. This unique program is designed to provide students with a unique combination of financial knowledge, practical application and soft skills to support customers, according to a press release.
OAWA was founded by investment professionals and academics looking to help students embark on strong career paths in wealth management
The six month program in Wealth Management was launched today in a webinar entitled “Future of Wealth Management” with a variety of industry experts including Himanshu Bhagat, Managing Director and Head, Wealth Management, Julius Baer India, Abhilash Misra, CEO, NSE Academy, Prof (Dr.) Kavita Sharma, Ex-President of South Asian University, Director-India International Center and Principal, Hindu College, Delhi and Mr. Swarup Mohanty, CEO of Mirae Asset Investment Managers, on the need for a certified qualification for asset managers to fill the talent gap in the current market.
Who can apply
This program in wealth management is open to final year undergraduates, alumni, postgraduates from any discipline, and industry professionals seeking further education. It is also suitable for those looking for a career change.
This 6-month program consists of three modules – Foundation, Soft Skills and the Advanced Module. The application deadline is October 15, 2021.
Sujoy Das, co-founder of OAWA Investment Education, said, “Our faculty and trainers work with students to develop the fundamentals along with the right soft skills to meet the dynamic needs of clients.”
Virtual courses are conducted by renowned academics and industry experts throughout the course.
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Posted on Tuesday October 05, 2021 6:02 p.m. IST