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Master of Digital Transformation Management alumnus Daniel on his experience during the certificate program in the area of finance
My name is Daniel and I am a GBS alumnus since 2019.
In 2011, I decided to do a dual-study program and completed my Bachelor’s degree in Business Engineering. While working for a business consultancy in Frankfurt, I was honored to participate in the Digital Transformation Management program at GBS (2017-2019). Thereafter, in summer 2019, I joined Credit Suisse Asset Management as a Digital Transformation Manager, leading transformation projects for our Global Real Estate business as well as managing the cultural and people change management.
Since I've started working in a banking environment, I gained more and more insights into the financial services industry. Although, my previous academic background and work environment mainly dealt with the real estate and technology sector, I decided to further deepen my knowledge in the financial services industry. As a supporter of a lifelong learning approach, I was happy to read about the GBS certificate program in Financial Technology Management when I was close to completing the MBA program. With the certificate program, I was able to further deepen my knowledge in relevant technologies of today and tomorrow as well as relate this knowledge to the environment that I am currently working in.
Leaving my comfort zone as well as broadening my professional horizon will even facilitate networking and collaboration with my peers within the bank – and as already mentioned in my GBS blog post earlier this year, collaboration is key to a successful transformation.