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Supernational Organisations  

  • Switzerland - Geneva 
  • France - Paris 

Financial markets have always been global and becoming more complex. An understanding of the core principles, advantages, and pitfalls of working with global financial markets are critical for anyone in business leadership or entrepreneurial role today. Whenever we design our programmes we always keep asking ourselves what makes a successful, thriving global financial hub. In order to deliver the most compelling trip we aim not only to expose the participants to the main drivers and enablers of the local financial market but also to provide an opportunity to learn first-hand about current and future trend in the industry

Programme Focus  

The weeklong intense study trip is designed to immerse the participant in one of the worlds leading financial hubs.  Each of our destinations is among the largest financial centers in the world and has a highly developed economy. During the trip, the group will meet with leading financial institutions – local and international banks, reputed stock exchanges, government agencies, regulators other public and private banks, Fintech start-ups and digital banks and trading and insurance companies.

In addition, the participants will learn about the vital role of the first-class infrastructure, communications, commercial systems, transparent and sound legal and regulatory regimes backed by a stable political system in sustaining the financial markets.



Meeting WTO directors in the main global trade negotiations conference hall
Tour of United Nation - Palace of the Nations HQ in Geneva 
International Law and CSR - work of the International Red Cross 
Brexit & bilateral trade agreements - meeting with the UK negotiation team for the EU

Programme Highlights 


  • Visit leading super national institutions in each destination

    • World Trade Organisation

    • World Health Organisation

    • United Nations

    • World Economic Forum

    • CERN - European Organization for Nuclear Research

    • International Red Cross

    • International Monetary Fund 

    • OECD

    • World Bank

    • Multinational Banks

  • Government Agencies

  • Meeting with market experts 

  • Cultural activities  

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