An interesting opportunity for professionals from different sectors who want to expand their knowledge on sustainable finance and learn how to successfully make the case to investors.
The residential workshop provides a basis of knowledge in emerging theories of financial change, risk and opportunity and an understanding of how to engage with financial-sector stakeholders for collaboration. You’ll have the chance to:
- Engage critically with financial systems and theories in terms of: private and public finance and investment; innovative NGO financial strategies; and assessing financial information (including evaluating sustainability opportunities and risks).
- Translate knowledge, information, and objectives from your work into evidence and motivation for engagement with the financial sector.
- Frame your objectives in a way that is meaningful to financial decision-makers, exploring questions around: how financial engagement fits with your organisation’s broader strategy; and where opportunities for environmental leadership can be expanded.
Take a look at the attached agenda, it includes an interesting reading list worth having a look at!
Here is the link to the website of the course: Smith School of Enterprise and Environment