ESG : Behavioural Finance and Money Culture

How can we, as individuals and a collective, contribute to a more sustainable and equitable financial future?
In today's rapidly changing financial landscape, understanding the nuances of behavioural finance and the pivotal role of ESG factors has never been more crucial. This course aims to equip you with the knowledge to navigate this complexity, making decisions that are not only financially sound but also ethically responsible. 
Behavioural finance is a new field that challenges the traditional assumption that individuals are rational.
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30 mins

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With this online course, you will:
  • Understand how psychological biases and cultural influences affect financial decisions.
  • Learn to evaluate investments based on environmental, social, and governance factors.
  • Gain the ability to spot and assess opportunities for sustainable and responsible investing.
  • Develop skills to assess personal and others' risk tolerance accurately.
  • Understand the importance and methods of engaging with communities for shared financial goals and knowledge.

Understanding Behavioural Finance

Applying ESG Criteria

Sustainable Investment

Risk Tolerance

Community Engagement in Finance

Course Lessons

Behavioural Finance and Money Culture

This course explores the blend of behavioural finance and ESG factors, emphasising how psychological and ethical considerations influence financial decisions. It combines theoretical insights with practical examples to assess the impact of behavioural biases on investments and how culture and ESG criteria shape finance. Highlighting innovations in financial services, the course aims to cater to an ethically conscious investor base, offering a deep dive into personal financial behaviours, the significance of ESG in financial strategies, and future investment insights.

Meet your instructor - Anette Brolos

Director and Founder at Finthropology

Experienced network leader and analyst in financial services and IT. Focus on strategy, innovation and development with strong combination of innovation theory and practice including an industrial PhD in collaborative innovation. Practised event moderator with large Danish and International network in the Fintech Area

Meet your instructor - Erin Taylor 

Managing Director and Founder at Finthropology

Erin is a Co-Foiunder of Finthropology. I have 18 years of experience designing and implementing projects, directing teams, managing budgets, and producing outputs for diverse audiences. Specialise in research strategy, design and implementation working with cross-sector collaborations. She also write about financial behaviour and human-technology interaction