Is quality the key to sustainable economic growth? Will the shift to qualitative economies save both the environment and investments? Join us for a novel perspective on sustainability.
Qualitative changes and growth will deeply affect economic life sustainability, with considerable implications on industries, culture, technology, consumption and finance. The theoretical challenge is to direct current analytical instruments and approaches towards a new and inclusive economic theory based on qualitative factors.
Join CFA Society Italy and the Taylor Institute at Franklin University Switzerland on February 17, 2021, at 5:30 p.m. in an M.A. in Political Economy of Money and Development educational webinar entitled “Qualitative economic growth: Sustainable investment management in the post-Covid and global-warming era”.
Accompany three acclaimed experts from the worlds of academia, finance, and investment in learning how qualitative changes are composing current and future economic systems:
- Sergio Focardi – Professor of Finance, Finance Group, ESILV EMLV;
- Joachim Klement – Strategist, Liberum Capital;
- Luca Tobagi – CFA, Investment Strategist, Product Director, Invesco.
The webinar is introduced by Matteo Riccardi – CFA, CIPM, CAIA, FDP, FRM, Vice President, CFA Society Italy – opening remarks are carried out by Andrea Terzi – Director, M.A. in Political Economy of Money and Development, Franklin University Switzerland – and Sara Silano – Editorial Manager, Morningstar Italy – will moderate the event.
For more information and details on how to attend please email Professor Andrea Terzi at firstname.lastname@example.org.