MS Wealth Management (Manager en Gestion de Patrimoine Financier)
On the Paris campus: October intake.
Taught mostly in French (20% in English). Six months of courses, then four to six months of internship.
This MS programme is RNCP certified.
In 2015, this MS was ranked eighth in its category by SMBG
Jobs and careers:
Financial advisor, wealth management advisor, general insurance specialist, estate/wealth planners.
Why choose this programme
This course provides students with appropriate legal authority to carry out their work.
This programme is also BADGE Wealth Management accredited – the only one in France for asset management.
The teaching leaves plenty of room for practical work:
- A trading room allows students to operate in all major international markets and implement the concepts and methods of financial management acquired during the programme courses.
- One of the classrooms is fully equipped by our partner Amundi Asset Management.
To meet market needs, the content of this MS programme is approved each year by a committee consisting of programme partners from: Allianz France, Crédit Agricole Provence Côte d'Azur, Amundi Asset Management, Edmond de Rothschild Bank Management, SwissLife France, Ernst & Young, as well as the Presidents of the Institute of Chartered Accountants, the Chamber of Notaries of the Alpes-Maritimes, FNAIM, representatives of Independent Asset Managers.
In an economic and financial environment that is in constant change, those working in banking and insurance must adapt constantly to an increasingly demanding market.
The MS Finance and International Asset Management trains financial advisers, and wealth management advisers to meet the needs of financial institutions, consulting firms, insurance companies, notaries, accountants, looking for high level executives.
In-company projects and assignments:
In France or abroad, students’ activities are highly varied, often in private banking.
Among the recruiting companies for graduates of this MS:
Allianz France, Monaco Rothschild Bank, Barclays, BNP Paribas, CFM Monaco, Amundi Asset Management, HSBC Monaco, Paris LCL, SwissLife, SG, CDN, ...