The Institute is supporting the fourth edition of Certificate in Law and Regulation of Inclusive Finance organised by the University of Luxembourg’s Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance and ADA from 21 to 30 January.
EIB staff is teaching courses (sustainable finance, microfinance at the EIB, impact, banking law) in this innovative programme that enables an exchange between scholars, regulators and financial intermediaries, and facilitates academic and non-academic cooperation. The EIB is also hosting the certificate award ceremony.
This year’s course brings together 23 students from 17 countries and three continents working for central banks, regulators, governments or microfinance institutions in their home countries.
During their stay in Luxembourg, they will attend courses on regulatory supervision, law and ethics, investment vehicles and banking law.