Madrid, October 19, 2023
The Spanish Institute of Analysts and Softtek join forces to train leaders of change in the financial sector.
- The “Financial Change Promoter” certification is an online training program focused on change management and adoption within the financial and insurance sectors.
- This training is aimed at teams leading transformation processes within their organizations, whether on a large scale or in business units.
- The organization that brings together the analysts will be responsible for certifying participants and providing support for training through the FEF School.
– Softtek, a global technology company, has entered into a collaboration agreement with the Spanish Institute of Analysts, a recognized institution in the financial sector known for the quality of its studies and training, and with the participation of most of the banking and insurance entities in Spain. The purpose of this collaboration is to train leaders of change in the financial sector.
Under this agreement, the Spanish Institute of Analysts will be responsible for certifying participants in Softtek’s ‘Financial Change Promoter’ training program. This program aims to equip those who lead change initiatives in various organizations with Softtek’s proprietary methodology and development management tools. “It is a satisfaction for us to work hand in hand with companies like Softtek so that professionals in the financial and insurance sector stay at the forefront of new trends,” says Javier Méndez, General Director of the Spanish Institute of Analysts.
The ‘Financial Change Promoter’ certification is an online training program in which the FEF School, an educational entity of the Spanish Institute of Analysts, will actively collaborate. It focuses on change management and adoption in the financial and insurance sector. This certification not only represents the acquisition of skills to manage change but also actively promotes and drives change within the organization. “This agreement with Softtek allows us to continue innovating in our training and professional certification offerings, a leitmotif of our activity. This program is a great opportunity to learn the key principles for successfully addressing the challenges of new business management, while also working on the new skills required by executives and professionals to ensure effective change within their organizations,” explains Jesús López Zaballos, General Manager of the School of the Spanish Institute of Analysts.
This program will begin after the selection process, scheduled for the end of this year, and will be repeated in 2024 based on in-company demand. The course has an approximate duration of two months and is aimed at teams leading transformation processes within their organizations, whether on a large scale or in business units. This includes change leaders, project managers, IT professionals, change management experts, continuous improvement specialists, human resources professionals, internal communication teams, and training professionals.
“For Softtek, it is a pleasure to sign this agreement to train individuals who lead change initiatives in the banking and insurance sector. Over the two months of the course, we will support the organization in their transformation processes by providing a methodology aligned with their strategic objectives, equipping senior management with tools to influence the company’s culture and its people. Through our collaboration with the Spanish Institute of Analysts, Softtek will continue to provide value-added services to its clients and expand its reach to other entities that may not yet be familiar with our way of working,” comments Doris Seedorf, CEO of Softtek Spain.
About the Spanish Institute of Analysts
The Spanish Institute of Analysts is a non-profit professional association that brings together more than 1,400 analysts. Its goal is to address the needs and trends that shape both the market and the profession’s daily activities. It has various branches located in Catalonia, Andalusia, the Basque Country, Galicia, Valencia, and the Canary Islands.
The Spanish Institute of Analysts consists of three entities working to achieve its goal: the Financial Studies Foundation, which is the Institute’s research center; the FEF School, a training school for professionals and students in the sector; and Lighthouse, a fundamental analysis service covering the “orphaned stocks” of the Spanish Stock Exchange.
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