Overview

Topic

One-day course on selected topics in SI: engagement, specific asset classes (bonds, private equity), specific value chains (infrastructure) 

Target audience

Practitioners in banking, finance and investment, with a focus on private banking, wealth management and portfolio management.

This course deepens and expands topics in sustainable investing. It can be taken as a stand-alone course or as a follow-up module on the two-day course "Sustainable Investing".

Qualifications

Participants have a graduate degree and several years of working experience. For participants without previours knowledge in sustainable finance it is recommended to attend the course Sustainable Investing in advance. The course language is English. 

Goal

This course of one day allows participants to deepen their knowledge on current issues in the sustainable investing universe.

Course director

Dr. Annette Krauss, Center for Sustainable Finance & Private Wealth, University of Zurich

Lecturers

Sabine Döbeli Sustainable Finance Switzerland
Vincent Kaufmann Ethos
Dr. Annette Krauss Department of Banking and Finance UZH
Martina Macpherson S&P Dow Jones Indices
Dr. Julia Meyer Department of Banking and Finance UZH

 

Examination

Active classroom attendance and assessment

Credits

Attestation of participation (1 ECTS).
The credits can be transferred to the CAS in Sustainable Finance executive degree program or to the MAS/DAS in Finance.

Method

Lecture (attendance required)

Place & Date

Event Date Place
Lecture November 22, 2019 Zurich

Application deadline: October 31, 2019

Cost

CHF 800.- tuition. Tuition covers all materials and breaks.

Travel and accommodation are not included

CHF 2200.- if both SI courses (SI and Current Trends in SI) are booked together.