Training

2022 09 20 aciACI Monaco's "Training" breakfast took place on September 15 in the presence of The event was attended by Mr. Jean CASTELLINI, Minister Counsellor of the Department of Finance and Economy, Mrs. Isabelle BONNAL, General Commissioner in charge of the National Education, Youth and Sports Department, and Mr. Etienne FRANZI, President of the Monaco Association of Financial Activitie.

2022 09 20 remise diplome CPMOn Tuesday, September 13, 2022, H.E. the Minister of State, Pierre DARTOUT, accompanied by Mr. Christophe ROBINO, Government Councillor-Minister of Social Affairs and Health, Mrs. Brigitte BOCCONE-PAGES, Vice-President of the National Council and Mr. Etienne FRANZI, President of the Monegasque Association of Financial Activities (AMAF) and many other personalities, welcomed to the Monegasque Institute of Financial Services (MIFS) the Monegasque Professional Certification. Etienne FRANZI, President of the Association Monégasque des Activités Financières (AMAF) and many other personalities, welcomed to his Residence the graduates of the 2021 and 2022 classes of the Monegasque Professional Certification established by the AMAF.

2022 02 21 mff aciThere has been significant growth in remote management in the wake of the pandemic, and the same is true of training, which is increasingly delivered as “distance learning”. The ACI Financial Markets Association has been fostering the development of friendly and professional links between stakeholders in the Monegasque financial industry since 1992, and promotes, free of charge, training courses and the application of ethical rules for financial professions.

2021 12 31 certificats IUMOver the last fifteen years, Monaco’s financial industry has developed around several axes, particularly the growth of an onshore clientele and the determination to increase the share of clients’ financial assets that are directly managed from the Principality. To achieve this, the Monegasque financial industry has focused on moving its actors upmarket, with particular attention being paid to front office professionals. At the same time, the Monegasque authorities decided to improve the culture of confidentiality among all staff in regulated institutions.

2020 12 09 alexandre rousseauAlexandre Rousseau, the Chief Executive of Société Générale Private Banking in Monaco during the first wave of the covid pandemic, is also Vice-President of the AMAF and chairs the Commission for Social Affairs.

Since 1992, the ACI "The Financial Market Association" has been encouraging the development of professional and friendly links between the players of the Monegasque financial centre, and also promotes training. We met its President, Robert LAURE.

2020 01 13 capital riskThe principal challenge for Private Equity (PE) investors wanting to augment their portfolio with Innovation investments is to find the “golden nugget” early enough to enjoy a multiple return commensurate to risk. Traditionally, PE investors are categorized as “pre-revenue” and “post-revenue”; pre-revenue being family and friends for very early stage and angel investors following, and post revenue investors being Venture A and B funds. Within these, there exists a further delineation, however for purposes of this article, the above will suffice.

2019 10 diplomes amafOn Wednesday, Minister of State Serge Telle, in the presence of the relevant authorities, received staff members who had passed the Monegasque Professional Certification introduced by the Prince’s Government at the initiative of the Monaco Association for Financial Activities (AMAF).

2019 09 24 jppetitOn Friday 13 September, in partnership with the Ascoma Group, the Monaco Economic Board hosted Jean-Pierre Petit, President of the Cahiers Verts de l'Économie, for a conference on the theme of 2020 risks. A fascinating decryption for more than 150 entrepreneurs.

2019 03 19 Forum Formation AlternanceOn Wednesday 6 March 2019, the Rainier III Auditorium hosted the 8th Forum on Sandwich Courses and the 13th Meeting on Careers in Banking and Finance.

2018 12 Jean Philippe MullerIUM, the International University of Monaco - an INSEEC group partner - draws its strength from the cultural diversity and dynamism of Monaco. 75 different nationalities are represented by its student body and teaching staff. Among the five specialisations taught at the university - finance, luxury industry, international management, marketing and sports management - finance holds a special place. As its director, Jean-Philippe Muller, explains: