As a symbol of longevity, traditionally the Chinese believed coral to represent an "iron tree" (tieshu) growing under the sea and blossoming only once every 100 years. Coral is also a symbol of official promotion; a red coral button pinned to the hat was the official insignia of a high-ranking official in the imperial court.

Head of Investment Banking Learning and Development, Swiss Bank

Bruno and Deborah are the best capital markets and derivatives trainers I have worked with in Asia.

They have run annual programmes for my Analyst and Associate populations that were engaging, interactive and measureable, ensuring value for money.  And, critical to our business, the programmes were Asia-focussed.

I would not hesitate to recommend them to anyone looking to develop knowledge and understanding of financial products and markets.

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