Workshop: If more than the return counts

Remember Thursday, 20 June 2019. As a BoardClub member you will have the unique opportunity to learn all the important facts about responsible and future-oriented investment strategies in compact form from the leading Swiss private bank in the field of sustainable investments. At the GetDiversity and Globalance Bank Zurich workshop, you will also learn what the Globalance Footprint is all about. Register today. As a responsible, forward-looking member of the Board of Directors, you are certainly familiar with the idea that more than a good return counts. It is becoming increasingly important where and how you invest your money. The world is changing at a breathtaking pace. Megatrends such as scarcity of resources, demographic change, urbanization, mobility, climate change, digitization, automation and the knowledge society are leaving more and more clearly visible traces. What does this mean in concrete terms for your financial assets in the company – for example for pension fund assets? As a member of the Board of Directors, what can you do to successfully steer your company through these changes and complexities?

Sustainable investment needs to be learned

In a joint workshop with the Globalance Bank, we will get to the bottom of these and other questions. Learn first-hand from founder and CEO Reto Ringger what the future-oriented investment strategies of the bank are all about. The bank is a leader in sustainable investments in Switzerland. Get to know the Globalance Footprint, which tells you not only in which stocks, bonds or real estate you are investing, but also what consequences your investment will have, for example, on health promotion, the preservation of natural resources or social developments. When + Where? Thursday, 20 June 2019 17.00 o’clock to 20.00 o’clock Globalance Bank, Gartenstrasse 16, 8002 Zurich, Switzerland

Login and registration

If you would like to participate in our workshop as a BoardClub member, please register on our website by Friday, 14 June 2019 at the latest. You will also find the exact workshop schedule there. Please note that the number of participants is limited and we will consider registrations after receipt.