- Describe key ESG concepts like materiality, physical climate risks, human capital management, and governance issues
CFI’s Environmental, Social, & Governance specialization teaches the essential skills required to be successful in today’s rapidly changing financial landscape.
The nature of risks and opportunities facing the business community have evolved, and operators and capital allocators alike must better understand the implications. The ESG program includes a unique combination of theory and application, delivered in a condensed, self-paced curriculum that will better prepare you for today’s corporate pressures and stakeholder expectations.
Whether you’re a research analyst, investment professional, operator, business student, or board director, holding an ESG designation will broaden your horizons and provide actionable implementation strategies for you and your firm.
CFI’s curriculum includes 13 courses covering finance, reporting, investing, and business strategy. This an ideal ESG certification for individuals looking to gain practical, real-world skills that will translate to roles at top global institutions.
Specialization certificates allow narrow and deep focus on a targeted subject area, with particular attention to specific analysis techniques and actionable skills.
They are designed to deepen your industry acumen and to prepare you for faster professional growth within your sector.
Define different types of ESG investing
Identify and act upon ESG trends in the capital markets