A Caesusdra in the Investment Environment
Inflation, Interest, Narratives

A Caesusdra in the Investment Environment
Inflation, Interest, Narratives

07 & 08 March, 2024

Stadthalle Vallendar, Germany

February 27, 2022


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EDHEC Student Finance Club

The EDHEC Student Finance Club, or ESFC, is a student-run organization that aims to provide a supportive and engaging platform for finance students at EDHEC to further their education and professional development. The ESFC offers a variety of resources and opportunities to help members explore finance, exchange ideas, and gain hands-on experience through events, case studies, and knowledge transfer meetings, with a clear goal of supporting finance students and a vision of creating a dynamic and inclusive environment.

With ESFC's weekly newsletter, we keep finance enthusiasts up to date on the latest financial developments and trends, as well as events such as case studies and meetings with industry professionals to provide practical, real-world experience. The club's emphasis on education, collaboration, and professional development makes it an invaluable resource for EDHEC finance students. Whether you're just starting out in finance or looking to broaden your knowledge and skills, the ESFC is here to assist you.

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