Yale School of Management and EDHEC-Risk Institute now jointly offer top-quality executive education courses in the area of investing and risk management based on the exceptional strength and relevance of academic research conducted by both Yale SOM and EDHEC-Risk finance faculty.
The programme includes six seminars to take place in the US on Yale’s campus and in Europe on EDHEC-Risk Institute’s London campus. Participants in this programme, which include seminars on Equity Investment, Fixed-Income Investment, Alternative Investment, Multi-Management Investment and Structured Products Investment, can acquire the joint Yale School of Management - EDHEC-Risk Institute Certificate in Risk and Investment Management.
Requirements to obtain Certificate:
• Attend a minimum of eight days out of a total number of twelve days
• Successfully submit one dedicated assignment for each attended seminar. The assignment will take the form of a four-page overview of how the themes covered in the seminar may be used in the design of innovative investment solutions.
EUR18,000/USD24,000. A 15 % discount is currently available.
Further Information and Registration:
For further information about the programme please visit our webpage
To register please click the appropriate link below
UK Certificate programme or the USA Certificate programme
Continuing Education Credits
EDHEC-Risk Institute is registered with CFA Institute as an Approved Provider of continuing education programs.
EDHEC-Risk Institute is registered with GARP as an Approved Provider of continuing professional education credits for FRMs and ERPs.
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