Public round table "Swiss and Chinese banking: challenges and opportunities"
Round table forum with the exceptional presence of leading Swiss and Chinese actors, representatives from China Agricultural Bank, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC), which has recently opened an office in Zurich, PwC Switzerland and the Swiss Chinese Chamber of Commerce. The discussion will be led in English and moderated by Frédéric Lelièvre of CNN Money Switzerland.
Public round table “Swiss China Banking: challenges & opportunities” On Thursday, June 28 at 17.15, HEC Lausanne (UNIL) will be hosting a public round table discussion with an expert panel of leading Swiss and Chinese actors, representatives from China Agricultural Bank, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC), which has recently opened an office in Zurich, PwC Switzerland and the Swiss Chinese Chamber of Commerce. The discussion will be led and moderated by Frédéric Lelièvre of CNN Money Switzerland.
US Stress Tests 2018: the role of regulatory monitoring through stress tests The Federal Reserve publishes on June 21 st and 28th the results of its eighth annual stress test, commonly called CCAR (for Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review). Recent research by Professors Diane Pierret and Roberto Steri at HEC Lausanne (UNIL) highlights the role of regulatory monitoring through stress tests.
How can complex problems be resolved in collaborative mode ? Insights from research at HEC Lausanne-UNIL | Although there are numerous tools for resolving complex problems in business, switching to a collaborative method for tackling them tends to end in failure. Four researchers at HEC Lausanne – Stéphanie Missonier, Yves Pigneur, Dina Elikan and Hazbi Avdiji – have been trying to address the twofold challenge of collaborative working and resolving complex problems.
Deux étudiantes de l'UNIL prennent part au Silicon Valley Startup Camp 2018 Dix étudiants, dont cinq de l’EPFL, deux de l'UNIL, deux de l’ECAL et un de HEIG-VD ont été sélectionnés et partiront en août prochain en stage d’immersion à la Silicon Valley afin d’y développer leur esprit d’entreprise. Une opération lancée en 2013 par la BCV.
Unprecedented: a new spin-off launched at HEC Lausanne makes it possible to improve... Recently launched at HEC Lausanne, University of Lausanne, VRIST (Virtual Reality Interpersonal Skills Training) is a spin-off that offers avant-guard services making use of immersive virtual reality. Thanks to this cutting-edge technology, participants may improve their interpersonal skills in situations that can be experienced as stressful, such as job interviews and public speaking. These unprecedented VRIST services are already being used by a recruitment agency and in-house at the Career Center of HEC Lausanne. A portrait of an innovative spin-off with a promising future.