The Félix Neubergh Lecture
Every other year, the School has the honour to host the Félix Neubergh Lecture. These years, the lecture is to deal with problems in banking and finance, and the lecturers appointed are internationally known and prominent persons.
The Félix Neubergh Lecture in Gothenburg has been held every year since 1977. Every other year the lecture is to deal with problems in banking and finance, and in alternate years the subject is in archaeology.
A generous donation
The Félix Neubergh Lecture has been established through donations by the late banker Félix Neubergh and his wife Bertha. Born in Gothenburg, Félix Neubergh generously endowed diverse institutions in his native city for a number of years, especially the University of Gothenburg. He strove to support the universities’ contacts with culture and science in English-speaking countries.