This certification establishes the technical and deontological standards required by the principality's finance industry.
The AMAF (Monaco's Finance Association) certification is Monaco's official professional certification required for Finance professionals. This certification is mandatory for all new staff seeking front office positions, including traders, financial analysts, client relationship managers, sales people and direct supervisors of such professionals.
Professional certifications are now required in most developed financial centers as they address the specific need for financial institutions to insure that all Front office staff have appropriate technical and deontological knowledge to properly function.
Concretely, the AMAF certification includes 44 hours of training, delivered by the International University of Monaco and its partner IntellEval Monaco. The certification curriculum, developed jointly with the Monegasque regulator, covers many areas of finance: fundamental investment principles, portfolio management, derivatives, financial markets, ethical conduct as well as Monaco's regulatory framework and institutions.
Monaco has been willing to set the highest standards in order to continue to develop its financial industry in a responsible, sustainable manner and to meet clients' high expectations. Such professional requirements affirm Monaco's position as a dynamic financial center.
The event is designed to promote innovative and socially conscious business models, in line with the strong commitment of HSH Prince Albert II to encourage “the Global responsibility of Entrepreneurs for a sustainable development.”
As part of the INSEEC Business week that gathers over 400 recruiting companies on several campuses, in Paris, Bordeaux, Lyon and Monaco, the IUM International Business Days connect students with top executives, HR managers and recruiters from Europe such as Campari International, UBS, Salvatore Ferragamo, Ermenegildo Zegna, Honda, Frazer Yachts, Credit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank, Barclays Wealth, HSBC, ING , Nestlé Waters, Nikko Asset Management, Geox, Orange, Altran, Vodafone, Boston Consulting Group, Pricewaterhousecoopers, Puma, Richemont Group, Faconnable, Credit Foncier de Monaco, and the International Association of Athletics Federations, to name a few.
The objective of the congress is to bring together international scholars and practitioners from different disciplines and different countries working to advance knowledge on luxury marketing. Academic papers will be based on, but are not limited to, the following:
Throughout the year, IUM invites internationally renowned leaders and entrepreneurs to share their experiences and insights.