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Our dual degree Executive MBA degree program in Asset and Wealth Management combines the strengths of three world-class research institutions: the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University, the Swiss Finance Institute, and HEC Lausanne, the Faculty of Business and Economics at the University of Lausanne.

This interdisciplinary program will achieve two key objectives:

It will provide executives with conceptual and practical tools and in-depth financial and investment expertise required to compete at the highest levels of this industry.
It will equip participants with the managerial approaches necessary to assume a leadership role, including how to best translate new ideas into practice.

Mastery of both finance and business management is the hallmark of the successful executive in asset and wealth management.

Whether you work in a private wealth or institutional environment, your outlook is constantly expanding as financial markets become more globally interconnected. You value the investment in a master’s degree program that assembles exceptional finance and wealth management expertise from the USA and Europe and combines this with managerial insights squarely targeted at your industry – a program that attracts peers from around the world. A course that combines state-of-the-art research and best practices allowing you to expand your skill-set without interrupting your career.




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