ESG risk integration courses and training

As specialists in ESG risk research and EU Sustainable Finance, sustainAX has trained many portfolio managers in the last years on ESG risk integration. Both equity and fixed income portfolio managers have been trained. 

Combining experience from capital markets, asset management, EU sustainable finance and ESG research, sustainAX can offer a training while speaking the language of the participants and understanding their challenges.

Most portfolio managers will benefit from this kind of training as it will help them see and understand larger spectre of ESG risks and to be able to integrate the ESG risks they have translated to financial metrics into their investment cases and investment decisions.

The ESG Risk Integration Teach-In series sessions:

Section 1 – Framework, terms and ESG risk

Section 2 – How ESG risk research is conducted, including materiality

Section 3 – ESG risk integration – Theoretical and practical

Section 4 – ESG risk integration and Engagement Processes

SFDR article 6 is about Sustainability/ESG risk integration and the EU commission consider that ESG risk integration in investment processes is mandatory. So does Fiduciary Duty.

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What are the prerequisites or qualifications needed to enroll in the ESG risk integration courses offered by SustainAX?

To enroll in the ESG risk integration courses offered by SustainAX, interested individuals typically need to have a basic understanding of financial markets and an interest in sustainability issues. Specific prerequisites or qualifications may vary depending on the course level and focus area, but generally, a background in finance, economics, or a related field is beneficial to fully grasp the course content.

How is the effectiveness of the ESG risk integration training measured or evaluated by SustainAX?

The effectiveness of ESG risk integration training by SustainAX is evaluated through a combination of assessments, feedback surveys, and practical application exercises. Participants may undergo tests to assess their understanding of the material, and feedback is solicited to gauge the course’s impact on their professional capabilities and to identify areas for improvement.

Are there any follow-up or advanced courses available for those who complete the initial ESG risk integration training?

Regarding the availability of follow-up or advanced courses after completing the initial ESG risk integration training, SustainAX’s approach to ESG education seems to be comprehensive, covering fundamental ESG risk research, scoring, and advisory on EU sustainable regulation implementation. For more detailed information about their training programs and any subsequent advanced courses, contact SustainAX.