We host an extensive programme of public events, executive education, and research seminars, featuring practitioners and academic experts covering a rich spectrum of topics including finance, entrepreneurship, climate change, and corporate governance.

9

Oct

The Roles of Energy Efficiency and Extreme Weather for Credit Risk of Residential Mortgage Lending (Online)

  • with Dr Benjamin Guin, Prudential Policy Directorate, Bank of England
  • Calendar Friday
  • Clock 14:00–15:30
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Join us for a paper presentation as part of the Credit Research Centre Seminar Series.

Other

29

Oct

In Discussion With Chearyp Sokoni (Online)

  • with Chearyp Sokoni, Chief Financial Officer, IDC Zambia
  • Calendar Thursday
  • Clock 14:30–15:30
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Join us as we talk to Business School alumna Chearyp Sokoni who will discuss her memories of studying for her MBA, her role at IDC, and how she is helping transform businesses in Zambia.

Alumni

12

Nov

Leading Strategic Change Masterclass 2020

  • with Professor John Amis; Chair in Strategic Management and Organisation; University of Edinburgh Business School
  • Calendar Thursday
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This two-day masterclass on leading strategic change is designed to equip leaders with the ability to understand when and why change is needed in business, and how to deliver it effectively and sustainably.

Masterclass

26

Nov

Alumni 100: In Discussion with George Mackintosh (Online)

  • with George Mackintosh, Entrepreneur
  • Calendar Thursday
  • Clock 14:30–15:30
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Join us as we talk to Business School alumnus George Mackintosh, who will talk about his career, entrepreneurship, and his current involvement with current students at the Business School.

Alumni

10

Dec

In Discussion with Les Matheson (Online)

  • with Les Matheson, CEO Retail Banking, RBS
  • Calendar Thursday
  • Clock 13:30–14:30
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Join us as we talk to Business School alumnus Les Matheson who will be discussing the challenges facing the global banking sector, and the opportunities of technology and workplace culture shifts.

Alumni