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15/03/2017
Hear from Michael Lafferty as he discusses his reasons for establishing the RBA, and how the academy continues to improve the standards of retail banking across the world.
23/06/2016

We take a look at Lord Benson's definitions for a profession from 1992, and discuss how it's still relevant in 2016.

17/03/2016
Profound words from Jes Staley, Barclays Group Chief Executive Officer in his 2015 Results statement, 1 March 2015.
30/12/2015

The Retail Banking Academy has partnered with WP tutors in Nigeria, to offer you the opportunity to attend Lagos-based revision classes in preparation for your Retail Banking I examination. 

09/10/2015

As of 9 October 2015, we have updated a section of our privacy policy in the sharing and disclosure section of information that Retail Banking Academy Ltd collects. If you would like to unsubscribe from RBA marketing emails, then please email us at rba@rb-a.org and allow one calendar month for us to update our database.

13/07/2015

In May this year, The Financial Services Professional Board in Malaysia called upon the financial services industry in the region to provide submissions for exposure draft on an industry code of ethics.

30/06/2015
A group of senior bankers at SNS BANK N.V will prepare recommendations for presentation to their Board of Directors after completing a bespoke RBA classroom programme.
30/06/2015
We caught up with Société Générale IBFS Head of Human Resources, Stephane Dubois to discuss the relevance of retail banking certification.
30/06/2015
An internationally recognised qualification and easily accessible course materials are two key elements of any educational programme, but when we caught up with Retail Banking II candidate, Amer Javed, we discovered that the quality of our flagship course is what he treasured most.
29/06/2015

This is an excerpt from a speech given by Michael Lafferty at the Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria Annual Guest Lecture, June 2015.

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