On the morning of September 7, 2022, within the framework of international cooperation programs between HUB and the Embassy of Luxembourg, the two parties held a seminar "Financial trends" modern" at the Campus Hall 36 Ton That Dam District 1.
Attending the seminar, on the side of the Embassy of Luxembourg, there were Mr. Patrick Hemmer – the Ambassador, GRAND DUCHY OF LUXEMBOURG, the Embassy in Thailand; Mr. Gabriel Baptista- Deputy Head of Mission, GRAND DUCHY OF LUXEMBOURG, the Embassy in Thailand; experts from the Embassy, and representatives of a number of businesses and investment funds from Luxembourg.
On the side of HUB there were Assoc. prof. Dr. Nguyen Duc Trung, Acting Rector, leaders of the International Training Institute, leaders of faculties and units throughout the school, and other businesses leaders and financial institutions in Ho Chi Minh City, especially the participation of graduate students, students, and students of international training programs of the school.
The main speaker at the seminar is Mr. Nicolas Mackel, CEO of Luxembourg Financial Organization (LFF). Mr. Nicolas Mackel is a professional diplomat, many years of experience in the fields of diplomacy, negotiation of international treaties, trade promotion and investment, with deep understanding of the financial system of Europe and global.
At the seminar, Mr. Nicolas Mackel introduced the latest developments in European financial services, including asset management, banking and insurance and at the same time going into the current financial development trends. grand. He mentioned the 04 main trends of the global financial market, including: (1) The seeds of the crisis are activated by reasons such as; The return of inflation and energy problems (2) the trend of unilateralism (fragmented), contrary to the trend of globalization over the years. (3) The development of green-finance. (4) The trend of digital conversion in the financial service market. In the context of the energy crisis that is happening with the unprecedented inflation rate in the past 25 years in Europe, all countries are and will be affected by many upcoming crises at the same time. . The most serious crisis is the environmental crisis and climate change that nature mother has sent us very clear warning signs. Therefore, it is necessary to act immediately to minimize the impact/consequences of natural disasters through the direction of sustainable financial services in the future because financial plays a key role in promoting too much. Economic conversion and development. The future belongs to renewable energy and financial institutions need to invest in developing renewable energy sources because this is the only way to reduce the energy dependence of countries. Luxemburg is proud to be a pioneer in developing green finance and supporting Vietnam to successfully issue green bonds in the international financial market.
The delegates, graduate students, trainees and students attending the seminar also spent a lot of time exchanging and sharing on issues such as forecasting global inflation in the coming time, applying new technologies. in the field of finance and banking, the human resource needs of the banking and finance sector, measures to support and promote green finance...
The seminar "Modern financial trends" is one of the events regularly held by the Institute of International Training - Banking University of Ho Chi Minh City (https://saigonisb.buh.edu.vn) students, students of international programs in particular and Banking University of Ho Chi Minh City. In general, Ho Chi Minh City aims to provide a multi-dimensional view of the domestic and global business environment, share the reality of learning and working experiences of entrepreneurs and senior leaders in companies. multinational, large domestic and foreign corporations.
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