Chinese nationals represent more than 30 percent of the holders of Chartered Financial Analyst charters, the world's most recognizable financial credential, indicating the country's desire to increase financial talent and open up on a more global basis, according to a senior executive at the CFA Institute. (Date:07/18/2017 09:33) Read full article >>

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