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PwC’s global virtual series showcases how Financial Services leaders are looking beyond COVID-19, understanding the scope of changes underway, and being bold in responding to them. Although COVID-19 presents significant challenges for the future, other fundamental factors are shaping financial institutions significantly. Our virtual series will explore what leadership teams need to understand, to secure their tomorrow, today.
Join us to hear insights from our leaders from across the globe, learn new experiences worth considering and explore topics relevant to the future of financial services organisations, such as productivity, the future of work, the deals environment, customer experience and more.
Replay our previous webinars
In the seventh episode of the series, our focus was on the Net Zero Asset Managers initiative. We’ve discussed the background and intentions of the initiative, before moving on to the practical challenges involved in implementation and best practices for overcoming them. We’ve also discussed Swiss-specific elements including the Swiss Climate Score. What’s more, we dived deeper into these topics with an expert guest panel.
The sustainable investing capabilities of private banks
In this webinar we’ve presented you the findings of the fourth edition of the Sustainable Investing Capabilities of Private Banks survey conducted by the Center for Sustainable Finance and Private Wealth (CSP) at the University of Zurich with the support of PwC Switzerland. The study examines the sustainable investing practices of 20 private banks to provide guidance to private banks and private investors in the rapidly evolving field of sustainable finance.
Technological advancements and new regulatory requirements are reshaping the role of Treasury, from a purely operational function to a strategically important division. Do you want to know what the future of Treasury looks like? So take the opportunity and join our virtual event.
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