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Prize for Excellence in Capital Markets, Regulation and Compliance 2014

The ICMA Centre, in partnership with Danos Associates, is pleased to announce the Prize for Excellence in Capital Markets, Regulation and Compliance 2014.

The award will consist of an attractive cash award for the highest achieving student on the ICMA Centre MSc Capital Markets, Regulation and Compliance programme and will presented at the end of academic year.

This prize rewards the performance of the best student undertaking the MSc course in Capital Markets, Regulation and Compliance.

The Danos Associates prize for Excellence in Capital Markets, Regulation and Compliance 2013 , was shared between two students, Anna Kildeeva and David Nader who each received £1,000 and a certificate handed by Victoria Scott-Villars and Richard Thomas, business partners at Danos Associates.

Danos Associates is Europe’s leading specialist compliance search firm and ICMA Centre partner. Established in the competitive UK market, the firm now handles assignments worldwide from its offices in London, Hong Kong and its new office in New York.

The ability to identify and attract top talent in the market to fill executive level positions is an essential component in building a dynamic institution, and the ICMA Centre is delighted to partner with a well-recognised and respected recruitment firm to assist in this regard.

Published 8 April 2014

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