The Geneva Finance Research Institute (GFRI) is a multidisciplinary institute based at the University of Geneva that focuses on research topics in finance such as Portfolio Management, Wealth Management, Sustainable Finance and Finance and Society. Its research themes thus emphasize on the one hand, the role that Geneva, as a financial center, plays in Portfolio Management and on the other, the benefits and externalities that finance displays for society at large.
The GFRI faculty is a very diversified international team of professors who are primarily dedicated to publishing cutting-edge research in top–finance journals, but they also engage in high level education in finance as well as in knowledge transfer activities such as conferences, seminars and public debates on a broad range of finance topics.
China Global Philanthropy Institute (CGPI) is a non-profit institute
established in 2015 to provide executive education and postgraduate
education in philanthropy and social entrepreneurship related disciplines.
Founded by Ray Dalio, Bill Gates, Niu Gensheng, Ye Qingjun, and He
Qiaonyu, the institute aims to advance social progress by nurturing
global best practices in philanthropy, and supporting philanthropists,
practitioners, and social entrepreneurs to achieve sustainable impact.
Its establishment is not only a pioneering work of global philanthropy, but also a model of international cooperation. CGPI brings together more than 100 renowned professors from top international universities, as well as domestic and foreign philanthropy practitioners, and it maintains close cooperative relationship with many non-governmental agencies. The Institute is strategically positioned as a platform that gathers global philanthropy leaders, and participates in discussions on global issues including sustainability, social impact investment, innovation in technology and philanthropy, and climate change.