About the course
Sustainability in financial markets is increasingly gaining attention as opportunities and risks arising in this context are changing business practices. Banks are faced with the challenge of accompanying this transformational change and preparing their business for an even more competitive environment that goes beyond classical KPIs and take environmental and social aspects as well as governance (ESG) into account.
This has resulted in ESG considerations becoming not just a nice-to-have but a must-have. It has evolved from a risk management practice to a driver of innovation and new opportunities that create long-term value for business and society. ESG covers environmental issues like climate change and resource scarcity; social issues like labour practices, talent management and data security; as well as governance matters like board diversity and business ethics.
This new programme by the Asian Banking School in collaboration with the renowned Frankfurt School of Finance & Management (Frankfurt School) has been designed specifically for senior level management of banks and finance-related institutions to deepen their knowledge in ESG and take a stronger role in the transformation towards a more sustainable (business) world. At the end of one week, participants will be equipped with the necessary tools and instruments to identify ESG related risk and opportunities, to develop suitable sustainable financial products and to design sound sustainable management processes and strategies for their businesses.
Ulf Moslener is professor for sustainable energy finance at the faculty of Frankfurt School and Head of Research of the UNEP Collaborating Centre for Climate and Sustainable Energy Finance. His broader research interests are the economics of climate change, sustainable finance and climate financ...
Dina's educational background is in law and economics. She has extensive experience in mergers & acquisitions, both from a legal as well as a financial perspective, with a special focus on financial institutions, including financial modelling. In 2013, she moved to Peru where she started focu...
Co-Head | UNEP Collaborating Centre for Climate & Sustainable Energy and Finance Karsten Löffler has been co-head of the UNEP Collaborating Centre for Climate & Sustainable Energy Finance (Centre) of the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management gGmbH since 2017. From 1989 to 2017, h...
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