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Centre for Asset Management Research & Investments

"The Centre for Asset Management Research & Investments (CAMRI) is a world-class centre in the research, education, and practice of asset management by using state-of-the-art facilities, resources, data, and software applications, specifically those involving best practice in the field of Asian institutional, sovereign wealth, and retail fund management and regulation."

 
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CAMRI is pleased to announce the launch of the Graduate Certificate in Applied Portfolio Management (g-CAPM) programme to be conducted in the CAMRI Lab at NUS Business School, Singapore. The g-CAPM Programme is a 7-day state-of-the-art training programme developed by academic professionals at CAMRI for investment professionals, and conducted at the world’s most advanced Investment Management & Trading Lab. The first session is expected to take place between 23 February and 1 March 2015. To learn more about the g-CAPM programme at CAMRI, as well as register your interest, please click here.
Good customer service remains the heart-beat of the banking industry, as it is in most other sectors. The demands and expectations for quality service increase correspondingly as customers' wealth grows. Highly prominent leaders in the financial services industry will examine thought-provoking questions at the 6th Wee Cho Yaw Forum organised by CAMRI and NUS Business School.
The U.S. dollar has reigned supreme as the world's dominant reserve currency for nearly a century. But now the dollar's dominance is under threat. The near-collapse of the U.S. financial system in 2008, the high and rising level of U.S. government debt, and political gridlock in Washington have shaken confidence in the U.S. economy and the safety of its government debt. Other currencies such as China's renminbi are staking their own claims to become reserve currencies, adding to speculation that the dollar's glory days are coming to an end.