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Starting 9 December 2020 or 28 April 2021

Delivered by distance learning over 20 weeks

Postgraduate Certificate in DFMI: Climate Finance Management

In partnership with Middlesex University

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We can customise it to your specific requirements. Contact Jeff Hearn or call +44 (0)20 7017 7193.

DFMI: Climate Finance Management


Core modules
Core modules

Unit 1 – Introduction to the Global Climate Challenge & Climate Finance Gap

Unit 2 – International Climate Finance Governance & Architecture

Unit 3 – Introduction to Climate-Smart Infrastructure

Unit 4 – Key Climate Investment Opportunities: New Marketplaces for Investments

Unit 5 – DFMI Climate Finance Innovation Drivers and Trends - Knowledge and Understanding

Unit 6 – DFMI Climate Finance Technologies & Services

Unit 7 – DFMI Climate Finance Risk Management I - Defi Financial Service Protocols: Regulatory

Technology (Regtech)

Unit 8 – DFMI Climate Finance - Risk Management II - Defi Financial Service Applications: 

Insurtech Technology (Insurtech)

Unit 9 – DFMI Climate Finance - Defi Financial Service Applications: Investments & Asset Management

Unit 10 – DFMI Climate Finance for Inclusive Economic Development and Future Outlook

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What you'll learn
What you'll learn
  • The global laws and mandates that govern climate change and how environmental policies impact global investors
  • The role of climate solution investments in strategic asset allocation
  • How technologies such as blockchain, artificial intelligence (AI), mobile technology, and the internet of things (IoT) provide opportunities to drive sustainable environmental outcomes and contribute to strong, balanced, and inclusive growth
  • The differences between climate finance, ESG investments and sustainable finance
  • To analyse the key dimensions in innovation governance/ management the transition from legacy to smart sociotechnical infrastructure systems
  • How to identify strategies to gain exposure to climate solution deal flow and investments designed to minimise climate risks
  • Best Practice techniques for mobilising and scaling up Climate Finance
  • How to evaluate areas along the asset management value chain where a financial firm can leverage digital financial transformation for climate finance
  • How to leverage Digital Financial Market Infrastructure (DFMI) to innovate on Climate Finance Models and Instruments using digital asset
  • To assess opportunities for digitalisation and tokenization
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Postgraduate certificate option
Postgraduate certificate option

You have the option to receive a postgraduate certificate validated by Middlesex University Business School. 

You will need to submit an additional marked assignment of 5000 words, based on a continuing case study that runs throughout the duration of the course.

About Middlesex University
How you will learn
How you will learn
  • A new module is released every two weeks
  • Read the units online, save them to your computer or print them out
  • Study at your own pace
  • Efficient and cost effective - no need to travel or take time off work 
  • Apply new skills and expertise to your work straight away
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In conjunction with...

This course was made in conjunction with Alts School. Alts School is a subsidiary of Beyond Capital Markets, a private wealth advisory and digital financial markets infrastructure firm established in 2010 and based in St. Kitts & Nevis.  institutional grade, open infrastructure approach providing tailored solutions for family offices, foundations, institutions and sovereigns. Their mission is to leverage our digital financial markets framework to help bridge the economic gaps and transform markets to access finance, liquidity, and diversification.