Sustainable finance, as defined by the European Commission, is "the provision of financing to investments taking into consideration Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) considerations."
It is not merely a regulatory requirement but rather an increasingly demand-driven business opportunity. Risk is also a common driver that pushes financial institutions to invest responsibly, alonsgside other factors such as market trends and the willingness to create new fields of income.
18 May 2021 (ENG) - 2pm-4pm
Price: 300.00 €
Language: English, also available in French
Number of participants: max. 15
By the end of this course, participants will be able to have sufficient knowledge to tackle the challenge of running an ESG and Sustainable Finance transformation project in their organisations.
Management and staff of Financial Institutions, Management Companies and PSF
Nathalie Dogniez, Partner, leads the PwC EMEA ESG team and the EMEA Asset and Wealth Management European Regulatory team.
Nathalie is a member of LuxFlag ESG Label Eligibility Committee (analysing submission in order to grant ESG labels) as well as EFAMA’s Stewardship, Market Integrity and ESG Investment Standing Committee.
Nathalie has been working on ESG thematics for nearly two decades, servicing ESG managers and products. She was at the origin of the first SRI working group of the Luxembourg Fund Association.
She lectures at the Luxembourg School of Finance (Master in Asset Management) on SRI and is also part of AIMA Sustainable Investment working group, as well as being a regular speaker at conferences on responsible investments.
PwC's Academy, Crystal Park Building, PwC Luxembourg
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