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Lucie Tepla

Senior Affiliate Professor of Finance


PhD in Engineering-Economic Systems and Operations Research from Stanford University, USA, MBA (Finance and Accounting) from William E. Simon Graduate School of Business, University of Rochester, NY, USA and BA in Management Science with Computing from the University of Kent in the UK. Lucie Tepla's research interests include portfolio investment, derivatives, term-structure modelling and risk management. Recent publications include: 'Optimal portfolio investment with borrowing and short sale constraints' and 'Optimal Investment with Minimum Performance Constraints'. Lucie Tepla has taught graduate level and executive education classes in Investment Science at Stanford University. She has worked for BZW, Credit Suisse and Cornerstone Research, a litigation-consulting firm.

Lucie Tepla directs the Transition to General Management programme.

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Economics & Finance

Doing Good: Where Sustainable Investing Gets It Wrong

Lucie Tepla

A high sustainability rating does not necessarily equate to real sustainability impact (and profit).

Economics & Finance

Finance as a Force for Good

Industry experts discuss how investors, businesses and society all benefit from sustainable finance.