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In the framework of the third module of the EDHEC Family Business GEMBA, at Singapore, the Family Business Network Asia (FBN Asia) and EDHEC Family Business Centre organized a successful networking venue.
EDHEC Business School is proud to announce a partnership with the International New York Times. This partnership is translated in 3 scholarships, up to € 15 000 off each for the EDHEC Family Business GEMBA programme.
Running for the first time since February 2015, the first class of the EDHEC Family Business GEMBA was in Singapore from July 27th to August 7th. As they are new at EDHEC, we wanted to show them the #power of the EDHEC Alumni network!
Everybody is welcome! Come and meet the Family Business Centre team and GEMBA Participants!
In February, EDHEC Business School launched its first Global Executive MBA (GEMBA) programme aimed at improving the core skills of future family business leaders.
In partnership with EDHEC, Stanford University and Euratechnologies offer an intense and very high-level training programme for the region called “The Stanford-Lille Innovation and Entrepre-neurship Program.”
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2014 Finance Graduates Sivagaminathan Sivasubramanian, Marie Dumas, Elsa Fernandez and Lucie Dardart, received a prize for the best thesis at the EDHEC Master graduation ceremony held early June on the Lille campus.
The rankings for finance confirm EDHEC’s excellence and vindicate the School’s EDHEC for Business strategy.
The ultimate goal for a family business is to remain as such, i.e. to continue as a company and be successfully transmitted to the next generation. And if ways and solutions are unique to each family firm, the issues are similar to many… and the challenge awesome, if we consider the low inter-generation transmission rate.
In a survey of investment professionals conducted as part of the Amundi ETF & Indexing research chair at EDHEC-Risk Institute on “ETF and Passive Investment Strategies,” EDHEC-Risk Institute has solicited the specific views of European ETF investors on “smart beta” exchange-traded funds (ETFs). This questionnaire has given rise to a study entitled “Investor Interest in and Requirements for Smart Beta ETFs.”
This year’s EDHEC Rendez-vous was the most successful and most global yet – with alumni participating in 39 cities from Shanghai to Vancouver! Take a look at some of the highlights from the 25th edition of this exciting event, including the crowning of the EDHEC of the Year 2015.
Frédéric Ducoulombier, Business Development Director Asia ex-Japan and the Middle East at ERI Scientific Beta, has been invited to speak on smart beta at The Asset ETF Asia Summit 2015 in Taiwan on 7 July, 2015.