Guest lecture by Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Clemens Renker with the Support of the “St. Petersburg Dialogue” Forum at the International Scientific and Practical Seminar on current issues of Economics and Finance

On January 12, 2021 the Thirteenth Scientific and Practical Seminar on current issues of Economics and Finance was held with the support of the “St. Petersburg Dialogue” Forum, the International Center for Financial Markets Research (ICFMR), the Russian-German Center, and the Department of Banks, Financial Markets and Insurance. This seminar was the final one in 2020. This was the first seminar of 2021.

Prof. Dr. I.A. Maksimtsev, Rector of St. Petersburg State University of Economics, and Prof. Dr. T.V. Nikitina, Director of the International Center for Financial Markets Research welcomed the seminar’s participants.

The guest report on “Mit Portfolio-Management genial einfach in der Pandemie bestehen - mehr Werte, Erträge und Resilienz im Leben, für Unternehmen und Vermögen Managing an Investment Portfolio under Pandemic Conditions” was delivered by Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Clemens Renker (https://ifme-institut.de/), Professor of the Department of Marketing and Banking, University of Applied Sciences Zittau/Görlitz and TU Dresden IHI, Honorary Professor at St. Petersburg State University of Economics, Director of Sparkasse Schweinfurt, member of the Volksbank Supervisory Board, member of expert committees of German and Bavarian Savings Bank Associations, Head of Euroforum/Handelsblatt Banking Conference.

Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Clemens Renker talked about the key concepts of portfolio investing based on the examples from his personal life and professional experience. The portfolio management was considered in three dimensions such as successful lifetime, robust business models and financial wealth. Moreover, Prof. Dr. Clemens Renker gave advice on how to improve portfolio performance. To this end, it is necessary to optimize the configuration (allocation, rebalancing), minimize costs (transaction costs, total expense ratio), and reduce the complexity (transparence, bureacracy).

The seminar was attended by Prof. Rudolf Faltermeier (the Technical University of Munich), Prof. Bernd Mühlfriedel (the University of Applied Sciences Landshut), Prof. Bernd Reissert (Berlin School of Economics and Law), Prof. Franz Rieger (Berlin School of Economics and Law), Prof. Jürgen Seitz (the University of Baden-Wurttemberg in Heidenheim), Prof. Falk Maiwald (the University of Applied Sciences Zittau/Görlitz), Prof. Uwe Schneider (the Technical University of Darmstadt), Prof. Sabina Kauf (the University of Opole), Dr. Gabriele Kötschau (East-West Economic Cooperation), Professor at the Department of General Economic Theory and History of Economic Thought at St. Petersburg State University of Economics, Prof. G.F. Feiguine, the Rector’s Assistant Dr. N.P. Sirota, University’s partners, students and graduate students of St. Petersburg State University of Economics.

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Next Tuesday, January 19th, at 17:00 (Moscow time), 15:00 (Berlin time) a guest lecture on “Corporate Misconducts: A Linguistic Content Analysis of Decoupling Tendencies in Sustainability Reporting” will be given by Prof. Dr. Dirk Holtbrügge (Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany) and Marcus Conrad, M.Sc.

Link to the ZOOM conference: https://unecon-ru.zoom.us/j/96882691962 (Access code: 975388).

Registration link: https://forms.gle/EGNRvKYznmjFYMRE9  

 

 

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