On the occasion of the Swiss CFA Society's celebration
of the CFA Institute's 60th anniversary
, I've been asked to host a panel discussing Education & Innovation in Switzerland. The panel was composed of Prof. Manuel Ammann
, Prof. Thorsten Hens
and Patrick Odier
(right to left). The debate covered topics such as Swiss pragmatism in adopting innovation invented elsewhere, the r�le of intellectual property in financial innovation as well as ways to bridge the gap between academic research and practice. Panelists would like to see increased flexibility in the educational landscape and more interaction between the two quite separate fields.
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