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MCB IF
03 April 2019
The MCB Institute of Finance is now open!

The MCB Group and Uniciti Education Hub partnered into the creation and launch of the MCB Institute of Finance (IF), an institution designed to provide the most relevant courses to develop the financial know-how of professionals and students. MCB IF has lined up exclusive partners in their field of expertise to provide tailored programmes delivered both online as well as on-campus, namely Retail Banking Academy, Université Paris II Panthéon-Assas and Emeritus. MCB IF launched on the 28th of March 2019.

 

The partners

Inspired by innovation through disruptive practices, MCB IF has chosen to partner with among the best institutions and organisations in their fields of expertise.

 

Retail Banking Academy, an international training academy offers certifications exclusively dedicated to best practice principles in retail banking. Three core modules; Retail Banking I, II, III allow professionals in Retail Banking to elevate their career whether they are inexperienced or claim 10 to 15 years of experience.

 

Université Paris II Panthéon-Assas, the most reputable law school in France with 800+ years of history, and reputed partner of Uniciti Education Hub, has designed tailor-made courses in Banking and Finance to be offered exclusively on campus.

 

Emeritus, a Global Ivy institute provides management education programs in collaboration with top ranked business schools of the Ivy league and more.

 

Learn more!: https://mcb-if.com/

 

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