Cultivate Talents in the Financial Sector

  We continue to uphold the principle of "Whatever taken from the society, give them back to the society." During business operation, TDCC hopes to give back to the society with our continuous efforts to realize our social mission and demonstrating our value. Through cultivating future talents in the financial sector, promoting education in rural areas and providing underprivileged groups with love and care, and committing sponsorship of arts and cultural activities, TDCC responds to the needs of the society proactively, hoping to take the lead in bringing kindness into the financial sector and the society.

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Cultivate Talents in the Financial Sector

  TDCC is committed to narrowing the gap between the rich and poor through wealth management education. On the other hand, talents have become a crucial factor in response to the international trend and market changes of digital finance. With regard to this, we invest in cultivating comprehensive financial talents, while simultaneously achieving universalization of financial education for sound development of the market in the future.

Financial Literacy for Youth (FLY) Courses

  Since most young people with low-income family economic conditions need to work to share their family expenditure or raise their tuition fees during their schooling, this will not only affect their study, fail to grasp fundamental financial knowledge, may not be able to improve the family economy effectively, and even affect their future career choices. TDCC invited peripheral units of the financial, securities and futures sector to jointly arrange the "First Financial Literacy for Youth (FLY) Courses in 2015." The program supports students from families in straitened circumstances, provides them with a series of financial professional course training and assists them in securing professional certificates to enhance their employment competitiveness. Upon accomplishing the relevant training, the program helps the students with job matching to support their family financially.

  On September 15, 2018, the "Fourth Financial Literacy for Youth (FLY) Courses" was held simultaneously at 8 universities in Taiwan, and 587 fresh graduates from 47 universities across the country enrolled in the program. A total of 170 hours of courses are taught on Saturdays and Sundays. In addition, students were provided with lunch, book handouts, living allowance and registration fee for certificate examination, so as to enable them to concentrate on participating in the courses.

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