- 10 January 2023 -
From 09:00 till 10:00
( English )
Free Seminar: Sustainability & Green Finance for ESG en Non-ESG Managers
Free Open Event -
Dr. Johannes Hofinger & Dr. Patrik Buchmueller
Sustainability, a net zero carbon footprint, the circular economy, and ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) are some of the challenges each company and managers face tomorrow.
The political goals are set, namely the UN Agenda 2030 on Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Agreement on Climate. Now it is up to regulators and market participants to define concrete strategies and policies for implementation at the firm level.
In this one-hour free seminar, we introduce you to our upcoming courses on:
“ESG, Green Finance & Risk Management for ESG Professionals ”. This course equips you with the skills and thinking required to tackle the challenges of tomorrow.
“ESG, Sustainability & Green Finance for Non-ESG Managers ”. Ideal for managers who need a compact introduction to the subject.
Join us for this course taster and get your questions answered.
- - Understand the reasons why sustainability and ESG are a challenge to each manager.
- - Learn about the scientific, legal, and managerial frameworks for sustainability.
- - See how the learning is immediately applied in practice
- - Experience how we teach online and residential
- - Question and answers
Dr. Johannes Hofinger
||Dr. Johannes Hofinger is specialized in Risk Management, Basel III, IFRS and regulatory reporting. His professional skills are reinforced by strong academic roots. He lectures for global business schools in corporate finance, managerial accounting and financial reporting. The main roles undertaken are lecturing, consulting and project management.
Dr. Patrik Buchmueller
||Dr. Patrik Buchmueller has more than 20 years of experience as regulator and risk manager in the financial sector. He has worked for German Banking Supervisor BaFin and for various public and private banks in Germany. Since 2018 he acts as consultant for central banks, and international banks in Germany. He also lectures at university level in the fields of risk management & economics and has published several books on risk management in the financial sector. Working for BaFin he had been member of Basel Committee of Banking Supervision’s Subgroup on Operational Risk Management and other workgroups between banking supervisors in the European Union and in Germany.
This intro session has limited places, so register first. Upon registration, you will be receiving a confirmation email. Access to the Online seminar will be sent to you a couple of days before the event takes place.