In response to the current situation related to the coronavirus COVID-19, the House of Training is delighted to announce that this training is now accessible as a virtual class.
This format, perfectly adapted to any staff member aiming to develop their skills remotely, has various benefits:
It allows you to train yourself while avoiding any physical movement
Maximum efficiency is guaranteed due to an adaptation of session durations according to this kind of training
Regular interaction between the trainer and the learners is assured thanks to modern technology tools
Registration is easy!
If you wish to attend this training, please click on “S'inscrire” and choose “virtual classroom”.
In order to conveniently attend the virtual classroom, kindly review the following recommendations.
Regulatory aspects (supported by Linklaters)
The regulatory tide in relation to sustainable finance is rapidly rising, with the European Union introducing significant reforms in order to meet the three core aims of its sustainable finance agenda: (i) encouraging more investment into sustainable activities; (ii) preventing greenwashing; and (iii) making the financial sector more resilient to ESG risks. The upcoming reforms will fundamentally embed ESG into the investment process and will have direct or indirect ramifications across the investment cycle. For all participants of the financial sector, it is crucial to anticipate the impacts that these changes will have on their businesses and their set-up.
Objectives and Programme
training is designed to give you an insight into the main ESG regulations.
It will cover the three core texts being the Disclosure Regulation, Benchmark Regulation, Taxonomy Regulation and give an overview of other upcoming ESG regulatory changes, including to MiFID II and the AIFMD/UCITS Directive as well as certain product level developments.
This session will build on the Sustainable Finance (Foundation) course - but we will recap on the fundamental points, so the course is appropriate for those without any prior knowledge.
Asset managers, banks, insurance companies, institutional investors, research providers, corporates and other participants of the financial sector.