Focus on typical loopholes – practical examples – discussions on how to solve problems – proven ideas.
Complex content break down: from a risk perspective, the opportunity perspective and from a motivational point of view.
Based on experiences with hundreds of financial institutions and investment projects in emerging markets that are used and loved by thousands of customers.
This platform offers several e-learnings on sustainability and corporate governance for financial institutions and private companies. It was developed by Innovativkonzept GmbH, in cooperation with ESG experts of DEG - Deutsche Investitions- und Entwicklungsgesellschaft mbH and KfW's Development Bank.
Target group for the courses offered is the staff of costumers of KfW, DEG and other banks, non-banking financial institutions, fund and asset managers as well as development finance institutions / development banks.
For financial institutions customers, the focus is on different banking functions including corporate finance, investment banking (corporate advisory, structured lending and capital, trading), equity investments, project finance, project finance advisory, structured commodity finance, small and medium business lending, trade and leasing, and other forms of direct lending. For corporate customers the focus is primarily on productive companies, infrastructure projects, agricultural projects, investment projects, holdings, large SMEs.
To quickly get the key arguments for better E&S risk management, sustainability reporting, corporate governance and the business case of all this
To overcome implementation barriers internally and with regard to the customer by learning good practices and lines of arguments
To better understand related risks and discuss issues at eye level with the customer
To understand that E&S issues can be full of opportunities
Getting a full understanding for DFI requirements and the relation to your core business
To receive sound CG background and related tools
Understanding requirements and learn about good international practices