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The new issue of EDHEC Vox magazine is now available!

The EDHEC Vox magazine published by EDHEC has a new issue at the start of the year (#14). Its central theme is climate finance, with views, work and feedback from many members of the entire community.

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5 Jan 2024

Climate finance is at the heart of EDHEC's programmes, work and challenges. This is reflected in the new issue of EDHEC Vox magazine, entitled 'Pioneering Sustainable Finance'. It presents the school's specific expertise in finance over many years and its ability to provide players in finance and industry with tools and analyses to help them make the right decisions.

In this issue, you will find

  • Insights into the key definitions and challenges of climate finance (Noël Amenc, Teodor Dyakov, Gianfranco Gianfrate, Riccardo Rebonato, Emmanuel Jurczenko).
  • A dossier presenting all the school's initiatives and work on these issues.
  • Portraits and presentations of alumni involved in finance-related businesses or entrepreneurial projects.
  • A presentation of programmes linked to climate finance, in particular the MSc Climate change and sustainable Finance, in partnership with Mines-PSL.
  • A look at career issues, with analyses by Manuelle Malot, Director of the New Gen Talent Centre, and Fernanda Diaz, Director of Careers and Employer Engagement. 
  • The more entrepreneurial and 'family business' viewpoint of Rania Labaki, Associate Professor and Director of the Family Business Chair.

EDHEC Vox magazine is published by EDHEC Business School to highlight the projects undertaken by its entire community (professors and researchers, students, alumni, entrepreneurs) and its commitment to major transitions.

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