Who We Are

Appointed by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) and the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA Singapore), the Financial IT Academy @SMU (FITA) was set up to design and deliver quality training programmes for Technology & Operations (T&O) professionals in the financial services industry in Singapore.
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Our Courses

Our courses are targeted at IT professionals and management level executives in the financial services sector desiring to upskill themselves in various areas of T&O, as well as IT professionals who want to transit into the financial services sector.
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Past Events

Welcome lunch for our Industry Advisory Board members 13 February 2014
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FITA BNP Paribas customised Corporate Banking course 13 January 2014
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Banking & Innovation 6 December 2013
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FITA Official Launch 17 October 2013
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Our Participants

Here are some organisations who have benefited from our subject matter experts.

ABN AMRO Accenture AIG ANZ Aviva Bank of Communications Bank of Singapore
BNI BNP Paribas BNY Mellon CIMB Bank Credit Suisse DBS HD Bank
Hong Leong Finance HSBC ICICI Bank ISACA JP Morgan Chase Julius Bar Mandiri
Merrill Lynch Nomura Ocbc Bank Paypal RHB Bank SGX Standard Chartered
UOB Viet Capital Bank Viet Capital Bank Viet Capital Bank