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I'm in yr 12, and I was just wondering about the HSBC da (since it doesn't actually say on the website lol) - what I've gathered is that it's primarily in commercial banking, but what degree do you actually get from it? also, what locations do they offer it at? thanks in advance!
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Hi sorry nobody replied. I think the degree is either BSc (Hons) Banking and Finance or BSc (Hons) Finance, Investment and Risk from the London Institute of Banking and Finance, but I'm not sure which. There are two degree apprenticeships as far as I can tell; Wealth and Personal Banking, and Asset Management. The former is offered in London, Birmingham, Leeds, Sheffield, Chester and Whiteley, and the latter only in London. The requirements are CCC or equivalent I think.
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