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Energy Management

Master in Energy Management

The Master in Energy Management (MEM) at ESCP Europe is a one-year, full-time postgraduate programme, taught in London and Paris, for those aiming towards a career in the energy sector.

 
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in Energy Management

Executive Master in Energy Management

As a leading European Business School, ESCP Europe ought to be involved in shaping the future of the energy industry. Today’s managers need to have a broader perspective with an integrated view of the various issues facing the energy world. This is the driving force behind the Master in Energy Management programme.

 
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Special Issues

The Research Centre for Energy Management is actively involved in the publication of Special Issues in International Journals produced by global top publishers.

29
Aug
2014

The Greek authorities officially announced the 2014 offshore exploration bidding round for 20 offshore blocks in the Ionian Sea and on the South of Crete in a conference that took place in London earlier this summer, with the support of the Greek Energy Forum. As expected, this event was received with great levels of excitement. The various publications in the aftermath of this event however did not highlight the display of commitment from the Greek authorities in on this endeavour, which has been also an achievement in itself for a country looking to re-enter the international hydrocarbon exploration arena. The clarity of the structure of the announced bidding round, along with the announcement of a well-defined timeline and coupled with an authoritative delivery to the audience, set the ground for a successful bidding round.

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14
Aug
2014

In the wake of the downing of Malaysia Airline flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine on 17 of July 2014, Russia has been pelleted with adverse court rulings and judicial decisions. In sequence we have:

  • 28/7/2014 : the Hague arbitration court's finding is that Russia did in fact steal Yukos from its rightful owners, the shareholders of the company, and must pay $50 billion damages as a result [1]
  • 31/7/2014 : Europe's top human rights court awarded shareholders in Yukos 1.9 billion € in damages [2]
  • 31/7/2014 :  the European Council announced sectorial sanctions against the banking/financial, the weapons trade, and the oil sector.[3] In the latter, new investments, covering new investments after 1 / 8 / 2014
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19
Jun
2014
Few bilateral gas relations are as complicated and as far-reaching as those between Russia and Ukraine. As it was, these relations are uniquely opaque, considering that they affect numerous countries downstream of Ukraine. International gas meters are situated on Russian side of the border, and the contract is supposedly secret. However headline prices per 1000 m3 have always leaked to the press or were officially announced by successive Ukrainian prime ministers or by Gazprom. The current contract was signed in 2009 by then Prime Minister Yulia Timoschenko and it runs until 2019. It stipulates a price of $450 / 000 m3 initially (http://news.mail.ru/politics/2320367/), with a subsequent indexation on crude and HFO. This is to be compared with the last price of $385 which Gazprom offered  before the current negotiations broke off. More significantly, this is to be compared with the current price marker of $200 on the continental gas hub TTF. The 2009 contract has a take-or-pay clause which allows Ukraine to reduce its imports. This is significant because Ukraine's floundering industry has less need for gas, and in future years if it can pacify its eastern regions, it stands to develop considerable shale gas reserves there.

 

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06
Jun
2014

As discussed in the recent international conference organised in Athens by the Research Centre for Energy Management at ESCP Europe Business School and the Greek Energy Forum, the European Union, through its 2030 Energy Targets, has provided with a blue print of its vision of the energy industry. It does so by defining its development and activities within the EU territories over the next 15 years, and beyond. 

Issues such as those of security of supply, energy efficiency, carbon emissions, renewables and many others are covered in different depths and levels of clarity within these Targets. Targets, whose importance has been highlighted by the recent geopolitical developments and the market dynamics of the energy industry. 

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RCEM Working papers
Reports and others
Special Issues
  • Recent Developments in Energy Modeling and Management
    Recent Developments in Energy Modeling and Management
    Guest editors: Kostas Andriosopoulos1, Constantin Zopounidis2,3, Spiros Papaefthimiou2 1ESCP Europe Business School Research Centre for Energy Management (RCEM) 527 Finchley Road, Hampstead, London NW3 7BG, UK Email: kandriosopoulos@escpeurope.eu 2Technical University of Crete School of Produ ...
  • OR in Energy Modeling and Management
    OR in Energy Modeling and Management
    Guest editors: Kostas Andriosopoulos1, Constantin Zopounidis2,3, Michael Doumpos2 1ESCP Europe Business School Research Centre for Energy Management (RCEM) 527 Finchley Road, Hampstead, London NW3 7BG, UK Email: kandriosopoulos@escpeurope.eu 2Technical University of Crete School of ...
  • Financial Regulation and Systemic Risk
    Financial Regulation and Systemic Risk
    Guest editors: Kostas Andriosopoulos1, Prof. Raphael Douady2 1ESCP Europe Business School Research Centre for Energy Management (RCEM) 527 Finchley Road, Hampstead, London NW3 7BG, UK Email: kandriosopoulos@escpeurope.eu  2Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne Maison des sciences économiq ...
  • Recent Developments in Energy Markets and Regulation
    Recent Developments in Energy Markets and Regulation
    Guest editors: Kostas Andriosopoulos1, Prof. Rita D'Ecclesia2 1ESCP Europe Business School Research Centre for Energy Management (RCEM) 527 Finchley Road, Hampstead, London NW3 7BG, UK Email: kandriosopoulos@escpeurope.eu 2University of Rome, La Spienza  Piazzale Aldo Moro, 5, 00185 Rome ...
  • Recent Developments in Financial Markets and Banking
    Recent Developments in Financial Markets and Banking
    Guest editors: Kostas Andriosopoulos1, Fotios Pasiouras2,3, Constantin Zopounidis3,4 1ESCP Europe Business School Research Centre for Energy Management (RCEM) 527 Finchley Road, Hampstead, London NW3 7BG, UK Email: kandriosopoulos@escpeurope.eu 2University of Surrey Guildford, Surrey GU2 ...
  • Special Issue on Commodities Financial Management: Part 2
    Special Issue on Commodities Financial Management: Part 2
    Guest Editors: Kostas Andriosopoulos Department of Finance ESCP Europe Business School London, UK kandriosopoulos@escpeurope.eu Michael Tamvakis Department of Finance Cass Business School London, UK m.tamvakis@city.ac.uk Rita D'Ecclesia Department of Finance Dept. of Economic & Social An ...
  • 60 years following Harry Markowitz’s contribution to portfolio theory and operations research
    60 years following Harry Markowitz’s contribution to portfolio theory and operations research
    Guest editors: Constantin Zopounidis1,2,   Michael Doumpos1, Frank J. Fabozzi3 1Technical University of Crete School of Production Engineering and Management University Campus, 73100 Chania, Greece Email: kostas@dpem.tuc.gr, mdoumpos@dpem.tuc.gr 2Audencia School of Management, Nantes ...
  • Oil and Gas Perspectives in the 21st Century
    Oil and Gas Perspectives in the 21st Century
    Guest Editor: Dr. Vlasios Voudouris, CEO, ABM Analytics Ltd; Affiliate Professor, ESCP Europe Business School 1ABM Analytics Ltd  Suite 17 125 145-157 St John Street, EC1V 4PW London, UK 2Research Centre for Energy Management, ESCP Europe Business School Research Centre for Energy Man ...
  • Commodities Financial Management: Part 1
    Commodities Financial Management: Part 1
    Guest Editors: Kostas Andriosopoulos Department of Finance ESCP Europe Business School London, UK kandriosopoulos@escpeurope.eu Michael Tamvakis Department of Finance Cass Business School London, UK m.tamvakis@city.ac.uk Rita D'Ecclesia Department of Finance Dept. of Economic & Social An ...
RCEM/ESCP Europe Events

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Affiliates' Events
  • London Oil & Gas Forum 2014
    10th October, 2014 at The Rag Army & Navy Club, London, UK

    The London Oil and Gas  Forum 2014 is an annual platform that will be inaugurated this year in London, United Kingdom on October 10th, 2014. The London Oil and Gas Forum 2014 will be a one-day conference: 10th of October, 2014. The London Forum aims to bring world oil and gas business leaders, American and European energy experts,  senior financial executives, together with government policy decision makers, to facilitate commercial and geopolitical agreements in the oil and gas industry. The purpose of the London Oil & Gas Forum 2014 is to promote investments and to bring oil and gas companies and government leaders to London, United Kingdom the Metropolis of global oil industry.

     
Past Events
  • 2014 ESCP-GAMMA JOINT SYMPOSIUM ON “ENERGY MARKETING in the 21st Century: Opportunities and Challenges”
    15th-18th July, 2014 at Singapore

    ESCP Europe (Department of Marketing & Research Centre for Energy Management) and Global Alliance of Marketing & Management Associations jointly hold the 2014 ESCP Europe-GAMMA Joint Symposium on "ENERGY MARKETING in the 21st Century: Opportunities and Challenges".

    The 2014 Global Marketing Conference (GMC) took place on July 15-July 18, in Singapore.

     
  • Greece Offshore Licensing Round 2014
    1st- 2nd July, 2014 at Hellenic Centre, London

    The Minister of Environment, Energy & Climate Change of the Hellenic Republic and The Ambassador of Greece in London organised the official pre-launch event for: "Greece Offshore Licensing Round 2014".

    The event took place on Tuesday 1st and Wednesday 2nd July 2014 at the Hellenic Centre, London. The event was fully supported by the Research Centre for Energy Management (RCEM) at ESCP Europe, The Greek Energy Forum and Natural Gas Europe.

    Attendees discussed the offshore licensing opportunities available in Western Greece and South Crete and the latest on hydrocarbons E&P in the region.

     
  • UK Energy 2014
    10th June, 2014 at The HAC City Road London EC1Y 2BQ United Kingdom

    At a time when energy has never been more topical and crucial to the UK's long-term prosperity, The Economist's UK Energy 2014 event provided a platform for a rational debate on the country's energy agenda.

    On June 10th in London, key stakeholders from the industry including government, regulators, investors, consumers, campaigners, think tanks and energy companies asked the critical questions and focused on the required actions and solutions.

    Key Speakers included:

    Steve Holliday, Chief Executive Officer, National Grid
    Rt Hon Edward Davey MP, Secretary of State, Department of Energy and
    Climate Change
    Rt Hon Lord Deben, Chairman, Committee on Climate Change
    Dieter Helm, Professor, Energy Policy, University of Oxford; Official
    Fellow, Economics, New College, Oxford
    Rt Hon Caroline Flint MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Energy and
    Climate Change

    The Economist group offered a  20%  discount off the regular rate to all RCEM menbers.

    Please click here for further information.

     

     
  • 53rd EWGCFM Meeting & 2nd International Conference of the RCEM
    22nd- 24th May, 2014 at Chania, Crete
    Workshop on: Commodities and Policy Implications

    Keynote Speakers:
    Prof. Michael Jefferson,  Editor, Energy Policy; Affiliate Professor, ESCP Europe Business School
    Prof. Richard Tol, Editor, Energy Economics; Professor,  University of Sussex
    Prof. Derek Bunn,  Editor, Journal of Energy Markets; Professor, London Business School
    Panos M. Pardalos,  Editor, Energy Systems; Professor, University of Florida
    Antonio Guglielmi, Director, Mediobanca  Securities, UK 

    The 53rd Meeting of the Euro Working Group on Commodities and Financial Modelling (EWGCFM) and 2nd International Conference of the Research Centre for Energy Management (RCEM) was organised by the Technical University of Crete (Financial Engineering Laboratory), in collaboration with the RCEM at ESCP Europe Business School, under the auspices of the Euro Working Group on Commodities and Financial Modelling (EWGCFM).

    The Conference took place on 22nd -24th May, 2014 at the MINOA PALACE RESORT & SPA, Chania, Crete.

     
  • 5th Mediterranean Oil and Gas Conference
    8th & 9th May, 2014 at Hilton Nicosia, Cyprus

    The Mediterannean Oil and Gas Conference  is an annual platform that was inaugurated in 2010 in Athens by three principal government leaders in the Mediterranean and Caspian regions: Antonis Paschalides, Energy Minister of Cyprus, Natiq Aliyev, Energy Minister of Azerbaijan and Yiannis Maniatis, Energy Minister of Greece. Ever since, the Mediterranean Oil & Gas Conferfence has been established as an exclusive forum of the oil and gas industry in the region, attracting investors, government leaders and oilmen.This year Energy Stream CMG GmbH will organize the 5 th  Mediterranean Oil and Gas Conference 2014 in Nicosia, Cyprus and will focus on the new gas discoveries in Israel and Cyprus, Cyprus' role on the Southern Gas Corridor, the future investments in gas infrastructure, and the potential for East Med. LNG trade with the European Union.

    In 2014 the 5th Mediterranean Oil and Gas Conference will be held for the fifth consecutive year, on 8 & 9 May in Nicosia, Cyprus.

     
  • The future of Greek Gas and Power Markets: Looking ahead with optimism and realism
    29th April, 2014 at Athens, Greece

    The Conference was organized by the Research Centre for Energy Management (RCEM) at ESCP Europe Business School and the Greek Energy Forum (GEF), under the auspices of the Ministry of Environment, Energy and Climate Change, Hellenic Republic.

     

     
  • Oil and Gas Perspectives in the 21st Century
    17th February, 2014 at ESCP Europe's London Campus

    Speaker: Dr. Vlasios Voudouris, Affiliate Professor, ESCP Europe Business School and Director of the EMEM programme

    Moderator: Prof. Michael Jefferson, Affiliate Professor, ESCP Europe.

    The Research Centre for Energy Management (RCEM) at ESCP Europe organised a Chatham-House-style roundtable discussion to celebrate the Special Issue "Oil and Gas Perspectives in the 21st century" edited by Dr Vlasios Voudouris (Affiliate Professor at ESCP Europe Business School and Director of the EMEM programme).

    The roundtable discussion started at 15:30 on February 17th at ESCP Europe's London campus

     
  • A Financial Economics-Based Approach to Forecasting Oil Prices
    20th February, 2014 at ESCP Europe's Paris Campus
    Speaker's Presentation Available

    Speaker: Ehud RonnProfessor; Director, Center for Energy Finance Education and Research,  University of Texas at Austin.

    Invited talk on "A Financial Economics-Based Approach to Forecasting Oil Prices" led by Guest speaker Ehud Ronn, Professor; Director, Center for Energy Finance Education and Research, University of Texas at Austin.

    The event took place on Thursday, 20th February at ESCP Europe's Paris Campus.

     
  • GEF Exploration & Production Event on "The Discovery of Hydrocarbons in Eastern Mediterranean Basin – An Opportunity for Regional Cooperation"
    13th February, 2014 at ESCP Europe's London Campus

    Host: Dr. Kostas Andriosopoulos, Assistant Professor; Executive Director, RCEM ESCP Europe Business School.

    Keynote Speaker: Mr. Nicos Kouyialis, Minister of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Environment, Republic of Cyprus.

    Guest Commentator: Anthony Livanios, CEO, Energy Stream CMG GmbH. 

    The GEF Exploration & Production Event on "The Discovery of Hydrocarbons in Eastern Mediterranean Basin - An Opportunity for Regional Cooperation" was organised by the Greek Energy Forum with the support of The Research Centre for Energy Management (RCEM) at ESCP Europe.

    The event started at 18:30 on 13th February at  ESCP Europe's London Campus  

     
  • The Challenges and Opportunities of the North America Petroleum Renaissance
    31st January, 2014 at ESCP Europe's London Campus
    Speaker's Presentation Available

    Speaker: Trisha Curtis, Director of Research (Upstream and Midstream), Energy Policy Research Foundation. 

    Invited talk on 'The Challenges and Opportunities of the North America Petroleum Renaissance' led by Guest speaker Trisha Curtis, Director of Research (Upstream and Midstream) at the Energy Policy Research Foundation.

    The event took place on 31st January at ESCP Europe's London Campus 

     
  • The Oil Majors and the US Geo-Strategy in Eurasia after the End of Cold War
    22nd January, 2014 at ESCP Europe's London Campus
    Speaker's Presentation Available

    Speaker: Anthony Livanios, CEO, Energy Stream CMG GmbH

    Invited talk on 'The Oil Majors and the US Geo-Strategy in Eurasia after the End of Cold War', led by Guest Speaker Anthony Livanios, CEO of Energy Stream CMG GmbH.

    The event took place on Wednesday, 22nd January at ESCP Europe's London campus . 

     
  • 2nd Annual Frankfurt Gas Forum (FGF)
    11th & 12th December, 2013 at Frankfurter Hof Hotel, Frankfurt

    The  2013 Frankfurt Gas Forum (FGF) is an annual platform that was inaugurated in 2012 from the European Union Commissioner for Energy  Mr. Günther Oettinger. The Forum aimed to bring world gas business leaders, European and German energy and  financial senior executives together with public policy decision makers, to facilitate financial and commercial agreements in natural gas industry. The purpose of the FGF was to  promote  investments and to bring natural gas companies and the government leaders to Frankfurt am Main, the Metropolis of German and European Finance. 

    Based on extensive market research with the Caspian and Mediterranean oil & gas leaders, the focus of the Forum was on successfully realizing the gas pipelines of the Southern Corridor, namely TAP and TANAP, the momentum of South Stream, and the development of Eastern Mediterranean offshore projects.

    CONFIRMED SPEAKERS INCLUDED:

    • Michael Lotem,Special Envoy for Energy, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Israel
    • John Baldwin,Vice President, Southern Corridor, BP
    • Gulmira Rzayeva,Senior Fellow, Center for Strategic Studies, Azerbaijan
    • Yaniv Friedman,Vice President Strategy, Avner Oil Exploration, Israel
    • George Paparsenos,CEO, DESFA, Greece
    • John Roberts,Energy Security Specialist, PLATTS, UK
    • Matthew Bryza,former Ambassador of the United States to Azerbaijan, U.S. 

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  • Taxation of Natural Resources Features, Principles, Issues
    14th November, 2013 at ESCP Europe's London Campus
    Speaker's Presentation Available

    Speaker: Daniel Dumas, Senior Advisor / Mission Chief, International Monetary Fund (IMF)

    Invited talk on "Taxation of Natural Resources Features, Principles, Issues led by Guest Speaker Daniel Dumas of International Monetary Fund (IMF).

    The event took place on 14th November, 2013 at ESCP Europe's London campus .

     
  • The Franco-British Energy Conference 2013
    29th October, 2013 at One Great George Street, London SW1P 3AA, United Kingdom

    In the context of the reforms of the UK Energy Policy and with French companies being key players and world leaders in the Energy sector, the French Chamber of Commerce in Great Britain organised, in partnership with the French Embassy in the UK, a conference on Energy where the challenges and business opportunities the UK Energy policy represents were debated.

    250 leaders from across the energy sector discussed the major challenges the industry faces and shared best practices.

    Speakers included: 

    • Stephen Burgin, Regional Vice President Northern and Central Europe, Alstom
    • Robert Davies, Chief Executive Officer, Areva UK
    • Renaud Digoin Danzin, Executive Director, SPIE UK
    • Patrick Gougeon, Director, ESCP Europe
    • Angela Knight, Chief Executive, Energy UK
    • Vincent de Rivaz, Chief Executive, EDF Energy
    • Patrice de Vivies, Senior Vice-President Northern Europe, Total Exploration Production, Chairman of Total Holdings UK
    • Rochdi Ziyat, Managing Director, Vinci Energies UK


    For more information about the event, please click here.

     
  • Energy Developments in South-East Mediterranean
    20th - 21st September, 2013 at Hellenic Centre, 18 Paddington St. W1U 5AS, London, United Kingdom

    The Energy Developments in South-East Mediterranean Conference was organised by  City University London, The  Research Centre for Energy Management (RCEM) at  ESCP Europe and Holman Fenwick Willan LLP, with the support of the Greek Energy Forum

    Government representatives, international organisations, financial institutions,  energy corporations, law firms and top energy experts discussed the current challenges and opportunities of the Energy industry in South - East Europe.

     
  • The UK Energy Summit 2013
    27th June, 2013 at Marriott Grosvenor Square, London

    Top policy makers, industry executives and influential thinkers met for a thought provoking, solutions focused debate on the future of UK Energy policy. Attendees gained insight into how the UK will balance securing a long term energy supply with affordability and the impact of global trends.

    Speakers included:

    • Rt Hon Edward Davey MP, Secretary of State, Department of Energy & Climate Change
    • Nick Molho, Head of Energy Policy, WWF-UK
    • Angela Knight CBE, Chief Executive Officer, Energy UK
    • Dr Douglas Parr, Chief Scientist and Policy Director, Greenpeace UK
    • Tim Yeo MP, Chair, Energy and Climate Change Select Committee
    • Derek Lickorish, Chairman, Fuel Poverty Advisory Group
     
  • FEBS/ LabEx-ReFi 2013: Financial Regulation and Systemic Risk
    6th - 7th - 8th June, 2013 at ESCP Europe's Paris Campus
    Special Issue: Journal of Banking and Finance NEW Submission Deadline

    The 2013 Conference was organised by the Laboratory of Excellence for Financial Regulation (LabEx-ReFi), under the auspices of the FEBS, putting a special emphasis on the developments of new financial regulations and the aversion of systemic risk in a post-financial crisis era.

     
  • 51st Meeting of the EWGCFM; Workshop on: Recent Developments on Energy Modelling and Regulation
    16th - 17th - 18th May, 2013 at ESCP Europe's London Campus
    Special Issue: Energy Economics

    The 2013 Conference was organised by the Research Centre for Energy Management at ESCP Europe Business School in collaboration with the International Centre for Shipping, Trade and Finance at Cass Business School, under the auspices of the Euro Working Group on Financial Modelling.

     
  • ESCP Europe's Economy 21st Series Richard Sadler - CEO and Executive Director, Lloyd’s Register Group Limited
    12th March, 2013; 19:00 – 21:00 at ESCP Europe London campus

    ESCP Europe's Economy 21st is a series of lectures providing a high-profile platform for industry leaders and influential thinkers in the world of business. As diverse as our School, Economy 21st covers topics from the fields of Marketing, HR, Finance, Energy and Sustainability.

    On Tuesday, 12th March the Economy 21st lecture featured Richard Sadler, CEO and Executive Director of Lloyd's Register Group Limited.

     
  • The European Energy Market: Klaus Schäfer, CEO of the EO.N Energy Trading SE, gives a talk on the Berlin campus
    4th March, 2013; 19:30 - 22:00 at ESCP Europe's Berlin campus

    This year ESCP Europe celebrates 40 years of its Multi-Campus-Concept. Since 1973, the school educates managers in and for Europe. In this occasion ESCP Europe, in cooperation with the Hertie School of Governance, welcomed Klaus Schäfer to discuss about the European Energy Market.

     
  • The EU-Russia energy relationship: the effect of the Yukos case & proceedings
    15th February, 2013; 15:00 - 16:30 at ESCP Europe's London Campus

    On 15th February, the ESCP Europe London campus welcomed a conference on the Yukos case and proceedings. 

     
  • Breaking Europe's oil dependency: pressures and opportunities
    4th December, 2012 - 8:00 - 17:00 at Energy Institute, London

    The high price of oil is a significant contributory factor to the current Eurozone crisis. This conference, organised by the Energy Institute, will examine future global oil supply in detail by presenting forecasts for both supply and demand. Additionally, the conference will cover technologies that underpin possible oil demand responses. RCEM members will be offered the special registration fee reserved for the Energy Institute members.

     
  • Energy transition 2.0 - Back to the beginning?
    28th November, 2012; 17:00 – 22:00 at ESCP Europe's Berlin campus

    On 28th November, the ESCP Europe Berlin Campus will welcome economic and political experts to discuss about the crucial topic 'Energy transition 2.0 - Back to the beginning?'

     
  • Oil and Gas Modelling
    29th October, 2012; 14:00 – 17:30 at Energy Institute, London

    The meeting aimed to provide a forum for world-leading researchers and practitioners to exchange ideas and to present novel research results on the theory and modern practice of oil and gas modelling.

     
  • Recent Developments in Financial Markets and Banking
    7th - 8th June, 2012 at ESCP Europe London Campus
    Special Issue: Journal of Banking and Finance

    ESCP Europe Business School hosted the 2nd International Conference of the Financial Engineering and Banking Society (FEBS) which took place on 7th and 8th June, 2012 at the London campus. The meeting provided a forum for researchers and practitioners to exchange ideas and present new research results on the theory and modern practice of financial engineering and bank management.

     
  • Environmental liability risk: a pressing issue for energy companies
    24th April, 2012 at Institute of Directors, London

    The Conference took place in London on 24 April, 2012, at the historical and prestigious Institute of Directors, 116 Pall Mall, London. The meeting provided a forum for researchers and practitioners to exchange ideas and present new research results on this pressing issue for energy companies.

     
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