I was very happy to talk about female values, entrepreneurship, women empowerment but also about financial markets and pensions on the occasion of International Women's Day.
With the words: "Readers of our magazine know your column on the subject of Impact Investing, you are one of the pioneers in this field in this country", we were asked for an interview by Christine Petzwinkler, editor at Börse Social magazine.
We are happy to reveal what we are passionate about and why we are particularly committed to the financial sector.
LFDE - From ESG Integration to Impact Investing
At the beginning of July, dragonfly.finance hosted Coline Pavot, SRI analyst at La Financière de L'Échiquier (LFDE) and John Korter, Country Manager for Germany and Austria in Vienna. LFDE, founded 1991 in Paris, has received very little from its total assets worth around ten billion euros from Austria so far. However, the demand for LFDE know-how is high and more inflows are expected soon
Trends in (Digital) Financial Communication - developments you should keep in mind
As cooperating partner of the Master program "Business and Financial Communications" we would like to cordially invite you to the symposium of the St. Pölten University of Applied Sciences in the Vienna Stock Exchange.
Digital financial communication as a completely new cultural technique?
Experts from fthe field of inancial communications will be discussing for the fifth time.
While the European Commission is still working on a general definition on the topic of "sustainability", and in Austria working groups on the same topic are being convened, the International Finance Corporation published the first market standards for impact investing in April 2019.
The newly created market standard for impact investing by the IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, was able to win well-known signatories right from the start - we think that's quite a good start!
Event Depot I Breitegasse 3
Dialogue art - expanding the value of art
Art is created in dialogue, art enables dialogue. Thus, the value of art (also!) lies before, beside and after the represented or staged work - namely in the dialogue that art so understood and lived enables.
On February 28, Minister of Sustainable Development Köstinger and Finance Minister Löger addressed the public via a press conference. At least by optimists the presentation of concrete measures to achieve the climate goals was expected.
To be honest - we were disappointed because we actually expected more. Instead of presenting the first measures of a Green Finance Agenda, only measures were presented on how to do the same. The press conference presented as a kick-off event was nothing more than a - again - starting signal. But we‘ve already had it – haven‘t we...?!