New York, November 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — In collaboration with The Fixed Income Analysts Society Inc. (FIASI) of Fordham University Center for Research in Contemporary Finance and O’Shea Center for Credit Analysis and Investment announce 3rd FIASI-Gabelli School Student Research Competition on Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Focused Investment and Innovation in Sustainable Finance We are soliciting research applications for This co-branded competition invites undergraduate and graduate students from schools with business programs across the United States to submit their original, ongoing research. February 24, 2023 On the topic of sustainable finance in fixed income or related markets1The main objective of this competition is to encourage student research on sustainable finance and ESG in fixed income markets, but research papers related to fixed income in relevant markets are also accepted. The purpose of this competition is to raise awareness of the environmental, social and governance-based principles of investing in fixed income markets as a research area, to address the challenges and opportunities associated with the integration of ESG into fixed income, and to promote sustainable market development. to encourage further development. We fund the design of fixed income investments and corporate innovations, gaining more visibility and fostering conversations among students, academics and practitioners.
A maximum of 8 research papers will be accepted in this competition, and each winning work will receive a maximum of $5,000 Recognition at the FIASI Sustainable Finance Conference in Fixed Income April 20-21, 2023Competition winners will be invited to present their award-winning research on a mutually convenient date after the FIASI meeting.
This competition is sponsored by the Fixed Income Analysts Society and of Fordham University Gaberi School of Business.
1We accept submissions from full-time and part-time students. Research must reflect the student’s own analysis and must include a disclaimer that the research is not related to or derived from any previous or current employer.
Source Association of Fixed Income Analysts