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Global Bankers Program

Module 1: July 29-August 8, 2024

In-person classes at UW campus in Seattle, WA. Plan to be in Seattle July 28 through August 9, 2024.

Module 2: August 11-September 19, 2024

Online Learning

  • Capstone team preparation and scheduled events
  • Capstone team final presentations and graduation on September 18 and 19

Expand Your Global Banking Networks

The financial services industry remains in constant flux. Bankers and financial advisors must keep up with innovations in technology, regulatory reform, and new business models amidst an increasingly global economy. The UW Global Bankers Program (UW-GBP) equips leaders to thrive through decision-making skills, leadership development, and hands-on problem-solving of industry challenges. To address and adapt to the changing business environment, the 2024 program will return to all in-person class sessions in Seattle, WA USA.

During the two weeks in Module 1, you will:

  • Enhance leadership and decision-making skills for a changing global economy
  • Develop a network of business contacts and become part of an extensive GBP alumni community worldwide.
  • Gain a new understanding of industry-changing forces such as risk, globalization and AI and other technology impact.
  • Improve decision-making skills with tools for assessing the competition, creating business strategies, analyzing opportunities, and responding to changing markets.
  • Gain a deeper understanding of cultural differences as you learn alongside participants from the United States, Europe, Central Asia, North and South America, and Pacific Rim countries.

During Module 2, you will continue to work remotely with your team on your capstone project introduced during Module 1. The final team presentations and graduation will take place remotely on September 18 and 19, 2024 before the UW-GBP Board. Equipped with new skills and new contacts, some UW-GBP graduates go on to lead some of the world’s most influential banks.

I found most valuable the open discussions between and among the participants and professors because of the varied perspectives. I took some really good leadership and personal lessons from these interactions. Also, the team dynamics during module 3’s capstone project taught valuable lessons in accountability and responsibility, which are key to building trust within the team and attaining goals we have set
Sittie ButocanDirector of Economic Research, Bangko Sentral ng Philippines

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