Aims: it is an “ADD-ON”, complementary to other tracks
The track aims at providing an ADD-ON across 3 dimensions:
Skills complementary: courses linking theory and practice (with case studies and guest speakers) are complementary to other finance tracks and ESSEC chairs.
Time compatibility: the limited number of core courses in the track facilitates the integration of the corresponding workload in time schedule.
Expertise enhancement: the highly visible status of expertise in energy & commodity markets enhances opportunity to stand out in a fast growing domain of skills.
Program Objectives of the track
Participants will achieve the following learning goals:
Develop a comprehensive and strategic view of energy and commodity market issues
Gain professional insight through case studies and practical examples
Master major energy and commodity price modeling frameworks in context of high volatility
Focus on major energy finance concepts and contract structuring strategies
Develop hedging and proprietary trades in commodity markets
Learn how to assess and manage energy and commodity price risk exposure
Core ECOMFIN Courses of the track
ECOMFIN Track Program Rules and Schedule
Master in Finance:
4 Core ECOMFIN Courses
Grande Ecole – MSc in Management
To enter the track a candidate is required to validate “FINE31123 Fondements de la finance” or “FINE31124 Principles of Finance” with a minimum grade of 12/20.
This course is a fundamental finance course which is compulsory for every ESSEC Grande Ecole student.
Ethics Seminar in Finance FING 31402
4 core ECOMFIN course
3 elective courses in Finance
Program extent: a good blend of academic theory and professional know-how.
Skills complementarity: course outlines are either new or in continuation with courses in the existing finance tracks (General, Market, Corporate) as well as in ESSEC chairs and tracks offered by other departments.
Time compatibility: the limited number of courses in the new track facilitates the integration of the corresponding workload in the time schedule of existing chairs and tracks.
Expertise enhancement: the subject matter’s highly visible status makes it an enhancement opportunity to stand out in a fast growing field of competences and skills.
A Worldwide Network of Excellence
Alessandro MAURO, Global Association of Risk Professional (GARP), Energy Oversight Committee
Sami BIASONI, Financial Markets Supervisor, Société Générale
Craig PIRRONG, Bauer College of Business – University of Houston, US
Nicolas KENNEDY, Head of Commodities, Market & Global Sales, Euronext
Marie-Pierre FERY, Commodities Controller, Nestlé Group
Didier HOLLEAUX, Executive Vice-President, ENGIE
Franck VAN TONGEREN , Head of Trade and Agriculture Directorate OECD (The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development)
Endorsed by the Energy and Sustainable Development Club
Supplying relevant information and current news about the energy and sustainable development sector to the ESSEC alumni community
Providing analysis on important financial, economic and industrial issues
Developing quality partnerships with other organizations and professional clubs
Promoting dialogue with ESSEC students on topics related to energy and sustainable development
ECOMFIN Track Keynote Seminar 2016-17
Measuring and Managing Corporate Operational Risk in an Airline Industry
by A. Derghi and W. Fontanel
The Airline Business
Safety Management System in a Flight Operations Environment
Case-Study: Mid-Air Collision
Case-Study: US Airways Case: FLIGHT 1549: A Miracle?
Case-Study: A Safety Investment