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EBRDs Alina Mika is awarded for essay on sustainable investing

EBRD's Alina Mika is awarded for essay on sustainable investing

 November 23, 2021

EBRD employee Alina Mika has been awarded for her essay Fifty Shades of Green: The Ethics of Sustainable Investing that she entered in the Ethics & Trust in Finance Competition.

"Our warmest congratulations to Alina and all the winners!" said EBRD.

Innovative ways to promote ethics and trust in finance

EBRD Alina Mika

Alina came second place in Ethics in Finance's competition that promotes new ways of thinking about the big challenges facing the global economy.

The competition calld for people under the age of 35 working in or studying finance to re-imagine how financial institutions, together with their stakeholders, can balance the desire for growth, security and stability with these aspirations, to provide a meaningful response to the changing needs of the communities in which they operate.

Creative papers were submitted setting out analyses or proposals for innovative ways to promote ethics and trust in finance. The Jury allocated prize money of USD 20,000 among the winners.

Supported by leading organizations

CFA, Euroclear, Fondation Pictet, Swift/Swift Institute and ACCA are actively supporting the Prize, while the management of the Prize is carried out by the Observatoire de la Finance, which is a Swiss not-for-profit foundation, and home of the manifesto entitled ‘For finance that serves the common good’.

The distinguished international Jury of experts in ethics and finance is co-chaired by Mrs Josina Kamerling (CFA Institute, Brussels) and prof. Paul H. Dembinski (director of the Observatoire de la Finance, Geneva).

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