|University of Zürich Department of Banking and Finance||Sustainability in Banking and Insurance||Executive||18 - 19 September 2019|
This two-day course (in English) introduces to participants implications of sustainability for the banking and insurance industries: ESG risks and ESG-related opportunities for banks and insurance companies.
|Wealth Owner Programs 2019-2020||Executive||10-12 October 2019 & 18-20 March 2020|
|This program is designed to help next gen family members to understand impact investing, meet peers from around the world, and start to develop an investment- and engagement strategy.|
|University of Zurich Department of Banking and Finance (CSP)||Sustainable Investing in Wealth Management||Executive||13-14 November 2019|
|This course is designed for practitioners working in wealth management, especially relationship managers. Participants will get a clear understanding of sustainable investing and a market overview and experience real-life client sessions on sustainable investing with (U)HNWIs|
|University of Zürich Department of Banking and Finance||Sustainable Investing||Executive||20 - 21 November 2019|
In collaboration with CSSP AG, the University of Zurich Department of Banking and Finance offers a two-day intensive course (in German) on theoretical foundations and practical overview on strategies, products, performance management, and investor profiles of SRI.
|University of Zürich Department of Banking and Finance||Current Trends in Sustainable Investing||Executive||22 November 2019|
To deepen and expand topics in socially responsible investments, participants can take a one-day intensive course (in English, in collaboration with WWF Switzerland) on selected topics in SRI, such as engagement, specific asset classes (bonds, private equity) and specific value chains (infrastructure).
|University of St. Gallen||ESG & Klima: Vermögensmanagement für Pensionskassen||Executive||27 November 2019|
Das Kompetenzzentrum Energy Management (ior/cf-HSG) bietet am 27. November 2019 einen Kompaktseminar rund um die Integration von ESG- und Klima-Aspekten im Vermögensmanagement an.
|HEG Genève||DAS Management Durable: Méthodes d’évaluation des projets et finance durable||Executive||January 2020|
|Module 6 of the DAS in Sustainable Mangement examines the process of integrating CSR issues in a company's management system as well as in reference frameworks for managers and investors. The four-day module is part of the DAS in Sustainable Management which start in September 2019. The exact dates can be found here.|
|University of Zürich Department of Banking and Finance||Sustainability & Finance - Introduction||Executive||5 March 2020|
This one-day course (in English) introduces participants to the basic concepts of sustainability and responsibility in financial decision-making. It provides an overview of the state of discussion regarding how these concepts are integrated into standard concepts of financial market analysis and into current practices.
|University of Zürich Department of Banking and Finance||Emerging Markets Finance||Executive||April 2020|
|This two-day course (in English) aims at providing participants with an in-depth understanding of macroeconomics, asset classes as well as risks related to investments in emerging markets.|
|University of Zürich Department of Banking and Finance||Microfinance - Introduction||Executive||15 June 2020|
|A one-day course (in English), in collaboration with the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation SDC, will provide participants with the basics of microfinance in emerging and developing economies. It is designed for all those who deal with investments in or funding for microfinance, financial sector development, or rural development in developing countries.|
|University of Zürich Department of Banking and Finance||Microfinance - State of the Art||Executive||16-17 June 2020|
|Following the introductory course, a two-day in-depth course (in English) participants gain an advanced understanding of how microfinance product development responds to demand and addresses financial market imperfections. They apply instruments for monitoring and evaluating the financial and social performance of investments in microfinance and financial sector development.|