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자본시장통합법 도입에 따른 인적자원개발의 과제(The issues of the HRD in the age of Capital Market Consolidation Act) : 은행권 인적자원의 역량을 중심으로(Focusing on human resource competency in the banking sector)

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  • 자본시장통합법 도입에 따른 인적자원개발의 과제(The issues of the HRD in the age of Capital Market Consolidation Act)
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  • 한국직업능력개발원


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Title 자본시장통합법 도입에 따른 인적자원개발의 과제(The issues of the HRD in the age of Capital Market Consolidation Act)
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은행권 인적자원의 역량을 중심으로(Focusing on human resource competency in the banking sector)

Material Type Articles
Author(Korean)

구인혁

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[서울]:한국직업능력개발원

Date 2009-05
Series Title; No 구인혁
Journal Title; Vol./Issue 직업능력개발연구:vol. 12(no. 1)
Pages 21
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
File Type Link
Subject Economy < Financial Policy
Social Development < Employment
Holding 한국직업능력개발원

Abstract

Capital Market Consolidation Act introduces negative system of financial products and functional regulation, breaks down license units lowers entry barriers, and strengthens investor protection. The purpose of this study is to look at the peculiarity of Human Resource Development in the banking sector, and derives four competency of human resource to cope with the enforcement of CMCA.
The human resource in the era of CMCA is desired to have productive business mind, balance between salse capability and financial capability, investor-oriented reasoning, and creativity. The competency of human resource derived from the analysis of this Act means quality that human resource in the banking sector has to focus on the reinforcement. In addition, HRD managers of banks should be able to lead to general change of the HRD system and organizational culture not confined to education. We also have to find future tasks for banks: (1) fostering diverse financial capabilities, (2) systemic education system for in-house manpower and fair evaluation system for the outside manpower, and (3) HRD equipped with retail experience and financial specialties.