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Stage 5 Report:
This document, the Sector Skills Agreement for the financial services industry, is an industry-government action plan for England for the next 3-5 years.
The FSSC works closely with the London Learning and Skills Council and the London Development Agency to ensure that public funds for skills development are directed to the needs of London financial services employers. We have also been closely involved with the LSC's summer apprenticeship campaign. We work with the National Skills Academy for the financial services to ensure learning provision matches employers' needs.
Over 248,500 people work in financial services in the London Region. There are over 10,000 financial services workplaces in the region employing 7.3% of total regional employment. 60% of firms have over 200 employees compared with 49% in England as a whole.
Relationship Manager Profile
T: 0845 618 2359
M: 07841 235227
|Alistair Hudson joined the FSSC in February 2008. He worked for Lloyds TSB Bank for 16 years in a variety of areas including Latin American Trade Finance, International Wealth Management and Correspondent Banking. For two years before joining the FSSC Alistair worked for Ecotec Research and Consulting as a Contract Manager on a portfolio of European Social Fund projects aimed at upskilling the London workforce and encouraging economically inactive Londoners to learn new skills and rejoin the workforce. "I am delighted to be working as a relationship Manager at the FSSC," Alistair said, "as the role brings together my years as a banker with my more recent experience in the world of learning and skills".|
T: 0845 618 2357
M: 07841 235228
|Paul joined the FSSC in 2006.He has worked for many years as a Senior Development Manager with Friends Provident working in both the IFA and Appointed Representative sectors. This was followed by 2 years with learndirect as a Business Adviser working with businesses to identify training needs and solutions to help improve skills levels within their workforce. Paul has also worked with Financial Services employers,Learning and skills Councils, and Regional Development Agencies to ensure that the Financial Services industry's views are represented in the region.|