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Max Oliva, Associate Director, Social Impact Management
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Are you aged 35 years or younger? Do you have an interest in the banking and related financial industries? Don’t miss the opportunity then to take part on The Robin Cosgrove Prize.
The Prize is intended to reach out to young people familiar with the banking, finance and investment sectors, with special attention to emerging markets, and to attract innovative ideas, proposals and projects which could be promoted to major players in the business community. The aim is to strengthen the sustainability of ethics in banking and finance and to reinforce its implementation.
Carol Cosgrove, Robin’s mother was at IE Business School this past November at the Find Your Impact Day and presented the competition to MBA students, on a moving and inspiring speech. An international jury will designate one or more prize winners and allocate the sum of USD 20,000 between them. The deadline is February 28th.
The Robin Cosgrove Prize honours the vision of Robin, who was a bright young investment banker who died at age 31. He believed passionately that a major barrier to economic development was the absence of integrity and often the lack of ethical practice in banking and financial systems. “How can a country prosper”, he would ask, “if people cannot trust their banks or financial institutions?”
If you need more information send an e-mail here.
El Premio Robin Cosgrove, que promueve la ética en el mundo de las finazas y del sector bancario, puede también ser presentado en Español. Si quieres más información baja el archivo pdf. Download file

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