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The NSE Academy, a subsidiary of the National Stock Exchange (NSE), said Thursday that it has partnered with Emkay Investment Managers, the asset management arm of Emkay Global Financial Services, to offer training programs on future technologies.
The NSE branch has signed an agreement with MK Investment Managers Limited (EIML) to launch a program “Specific Course on Blockchain and Decentralized Financing”. According to a statement, the program is being offered in collaboration with the Indian Institute of Management, Jammu (IIM Jammu).
Aimed at benefiting the financial community in general and resource advisors in particular on new-age investment options, the program is designed to offer empirical approaches, interactive virtual expert-led sessions, results-based delivery, real-time takeaways, and results-based offerings. Improving the level of knowledge and skills, the statement said.
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“At EIML, we believe in empowering resource advisors because they are the most important link in the entire chain of financial advice promotion. Their ability to keep abreast of the latest developments in today’s world is an important part of the client’s asset creation process.
NSE Academy CEO Abhilash Mishra said the aim of the course is to help educate professionals interested in evaluating and evaluating existing blockchain networks, applications and digital resources and to develop their own solutions for those who use unique. Blockchain features.