Frankfurt School of Finance and Management e-learning course: Climate Adaptation Finance

Frankfurt School of Finance and Management Climate Adaptation Finance e-learning course
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The Frankfurt School of Finance and Management offers a six-month e-learning course on Climate Adaptation Finance:

This course is suitable for both public and private sector practitioners, including entrepreneurs, project developers, private investors, initiator/fund houses, international development finance consultants and managers, plant operators and manufacturers, engineers and advisory professionals (e.g. law firms, business and tax consultants). Other interested parties, such as academics in relevant fields, are of course also welcome to register to the course.

The course aims to explain the many facets of, and perspectives on, climate adaptation finance. Pre-experience in (mainstream) banking and finance is therefore helpful but not required.

Visit the course website to find out more.

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