Open Enrollment Programs
ZIBS is continually developing and updating its portfolio of open enrollment programs. Appealing to individuals and corporate-nominated managers and executives, our open enrollment programs address current challenges in the global business environment.
Contact: Stefano JIANG
Tel: +86 571-87572786
ZIBS CEO Program Series - FinTech
ZIBS CEO Program Series are designed for experienced managers and executives from within the FinTech ecosystem. Participants include startup founders, investors and executives from financial institutions and corporations. Modules cover the development path and future trends of the FinTech sector, including technology, relevant markets, regulations and investment perspectives. Through the above, ZIBS provides opportunities to senior executives of financial and non-financial institutions to understand the worldwide development of the sector through both academic- and practical tools. The program consists of classroom teaching, case studies, company visits, coaching, aiming to solve complex challenges being faced by stakeholders in the industry.
Yangtze River Delta Module
The module covers the development path and future trends of the FinTech sector ranging from technology, relevant markets, regulations and investment perspectives from China. Taught by distinguished faculty members of ZIBS, holding relevant experience from the government, industry and university, the session combines lectures, company visits and symposiums in three cities including Haining, Hangzhou and Shanghai.
Jointly developed by ZIBS and the Cambridge Center for Alternative Finance, Judge Business School, this module includes three days of lectures in Cambridge, delivered by renowned faculty members from both the University of Cambridge Judge Business School and ZIBS. Besides another a few days on Company visits and dialogue with senior executives from industry such as HSBC, Central Bank, KPMG and regulatory organizations are an integral component of the module.
The US session has been developed in partnership with the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. It covers topics including Technology in the 21st century, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Global trends in Finance and Technology, Cyber Security and AI and Machine Learning.