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    Gradually, Taiwan’s domestic capital market has opened and become further integrated, notwithstanding, there is still a high deficiency of senior financial professionals in current markets. Experts have indicated that students with financial expertise and rigorous mathematical training will be highly sought after in financial industries, and consequently may set foot on not only the financial district of Taipei but Wall Street.


    Over the past decade, Wall Street has craved for people with mathematical expertise. Currently, more than two-thirds of the staff in the R&D departments of prominent investment banks have graduated from mathematics-related majors. As increasingly failed cases in markets are due to mispriced derivatives and mathematical inaccuracies, there’s no doubt that math expertise bears its prime significance in modern financial industries.


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