E-learning training course on Sustainable Finance, by AXA Climate and France Invest

AXA Climate School, in partnership with France Invest, is launching an online training course on French and European sustainable finance. This course, lasting two hours, aims to provide the necessary prerequisites to understand the challenges of the sustainable transition, as well as the European and French framework of Sustainable Finance.

This online course is intended for all audiences and, in particular, for investors in management companies and their holdings at a preferential rate for the France Invest community.

we want to becomeSection 8“, what does that involve? How to define the level of alignment of my activities with the European Taxonomy? Do we need to write a TCFD report? Which of our farms will need to report using the CSRD framework? And why should finance evolve towards this reporting in the first place?green” ?

These are some of the questions answered by this new training course. It is made up of two main parts: the first focuses on the scientific issues of the sustainable transition, the second on the Sustainable Finance standards that investors must or will have to comply with.

Nearly twenty educational videos, complemented by quizzes to assess the assimilation of knowledge, present the essential notions of the Sustainable Finance regulatory framework: European Taxonomy, Sustainable Financial Disclosure Regulation (SFDR), Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD), Article 29 of the Energy-Climate Act, Task Force on Financial Climate Disclosure (TCFD).

This training course is intended for all employees of investment management companies (SGP), as well as their investments. The training aims to give everyone a common ground on climate and ESG issues. It allows everyone to understand which texts will have a concrete impact on their activity and in what way. With this in mind, its content has been designed to be accessible to all audiences.

Understanding Transition (6 lessons)

Understanding Transition (6 lessons)

Understanding Sustainable Finance (9 courses)

Understanding Sustainable Finance (9 courses)

For Claire Chabrier, President of France InvestIt is an innovative approach for France Invest to collaborate with AXA Climate School, which is a specialist in e-learning and affects many students. One of France Invest’s key missions is to commit to a just transition and sustainable growth, key to business performance. It is critical that sustainable finance issues are no longer the sole responsibility of the management company’s ESG managers, but are fully owned by each investor. This unprecedented formation allows these messages to be widely disseminated.

By Antoine Poincaré, VP School of Climate at AXA ClimateThis course arises in response to a demand that we have been seeing for several months within the investment funds with which our Consulting branch works. This collaboration with France Invest, with which we have co-constructed the content, will allow the widest possible dissemination to train the largest possible number of students in the challenges of Sustainable Finance.”.

About France Invest


France Invest brings together almost all active private equity teams in France and as such has almost 400 active members and 180 associate members as of 12/31/2021. Due to its mission of ethics, control and development of market practices, it is one of the two associations recognized by the AMF, whose membership constitutes one of the approval conditions for management companies. It is the only professional association specialized in the private equity business. Promoting the place and role of private capital, actively participating in its development by bringing together the entire profession and establishing best practices, methods and tools for the professional and responsible exercise of the shareholder profession are among France’s priorities.

More information: www.franceinvest.eu

About the AXA Climate School


The Climate School is the reference online training offer that allows organizations from all sectors to train their employees on environmental issues. It is developed by AXA Clima, an AXA Group entity specializing in adaptation to climate change. Launched in 2021, available in ten languages, the Climate School already has two million users and is deployed in companies such as Saint-Gobain, Accor, Schneider Electric and Ubisoft.

More information: www.axaclimateschool.com

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