Professor Tanner new Steering Committee Member of the Center of Competence for Sustainable Finance (CCSF)

LEIZ: Prof Carmen Tanner at the WEF in Davos
LEIZ: Prof Carmen Tanner at the WEF in Davos

Prof Carmen Tanner has become a member of the Steering Committee of the newly established Center of Competence for Sustainable Finance (CCSF) based in Zurich.

Within the CCSF Carmen Tanner will further promote the topics of business psychology of LEIZ as a member of the Steering Committee of the Center for Sustainable Finance (CCSF) in Zurich.

On January 16 and 17, 2020 the Institute for Banking and Finance at the University of Zurich opened the Center for Sustainable Finance (CCSF) which was introduced at the conference with Nobel Prize winner Joseph Stiglitz as a guest. Stiglitz is also on the scientific advisory board of the CCSF. Professor Carmen Tanner of the Leadership Excellence Institute Zeppelin | LEIZ will continue to work there as a member of the Steering Committee on the economic policy issues of LEIZ (Behavioural Ethics, Serious Games, Corporate Culture). “Our task is also to introduce social-ethical and corporate culture-related issues of sustainability, for example, with ‘integrity games' (Behavioural Ethics). "
The Centre of Competence for Sustainable Finance drives academic knowledge through top-tier publications in the areas of business, economics, finance, mathematics, and economic psychology. The work of CCSF builds on multi-disciplinary collaboration.
The CCSF drives high-impact academic research that explores the fundamental questions of social and environmental sustainability such as the relationship between sustainability and finance, the barriers and enablers to scale up sustainable finance, as well as the relationship between climate risk and financial stability.

CCSF zooms in and zooms out – it scrutinises global economic structures, individuals, companies, cultures, laws, and regulations, and proposes solutions for industry and society.


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It is widely recognised that climate change implies risks and opportunities for finance and the economy as a whole. Yet, climate-related financial risks pose new fundamental challenges for academics and practitioners in finance. The 2020 edition of the FINEXUS Conference will present state-of-the-art research and discuss the current challenges and the successful applications to policy and practice.
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The Center of Competence for Sustainable Finance of the University of Zurich is a key player in the field of sustainable finance. We consolidate critical streams of academic research and teaching in order to effectively inform sustainable development and growth.

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