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Connect your laptop or mobile device to the internet and sign up for our webinars. You can hear and see our experts talk about Sustainable Finance in education or in their latest research. You can ask live questions and receive answers instantaneously. Participation requires upfront registration. Space is limited.

 

Presenter: Jeroen Derwall, coordinator of Msc. International Business / Sustainable Finance.

 

Register for free and experience Jeroen Derwall explaining Sustainable Finance in detail, including course topics, prerequisites, and study material.

 

Ask questions yourself and get answers directly. Find out if Sustainable Finance is right for you!

 

Space is limited - register early

DATE: Wednesday 12 November 2014, 14:00 - 15:00 hrs CET (GMT +1)

Presenter: Jeroen Derwall, coordinator of Msc. International Business / Sustainable Finance.

 

Register for free and learn about Sustainable Finance in detail, including course topics, prerequisites, and study material. Ask questions yourself and get answers directly. Find out if Sustainable Finance is right for you!

 

Topics include: What is Sustainable Finance and what is the connection with other disciplines?  What do you learn from Msc. International Business/Sustainable Finance at Maastricht University? How is Sustainable Finance taught and how does it differ from standard Finance Master tracks? What are the enrollment criteria?

 

Space is limited - register early

Presenter: Jeroen Derwall, coordinator of Msc. International Business / Sustainable Finance.

 

Register for free and experience Jeroen Derwall explaining Sustainable Finance in detail, including course topics, prerequisites, and study material.

 

Ask questions yourself and get answers directly. Find out if Sustainable Finance is right for you!

 

Space is limited - register early

DATE: Wednesday April 16 2014, 16:00 - 16.45 hrs. CET (GMT +1)

ECCE Research webinar: Equator Principles Adoption: Peer Pressure or Piggybacking?

Why do firms adopt voluntary guidelines, such as the Equator Principles?

 

In this webinar, Gaby Contreras answers this question for a market where firms cooperate: the worldwide syndicated loan market. This setting allows her to study the effects of peer pressure and piggybacking.

 

As banks fear to be excluded from future and interesting deals they may succumb to peer pressure effects. On the other hand, through piggybacking firms free ride on others to benefit from reputational gains. 

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