Diploma programmes in banking and insurance are established
In 1923, the diploma programmes are extended to three years.
In the autumn of 1923, a new diploma programme in banking and share markets is introduced. The programme is taught by Polish-born Economist Zelman Lando, who is appointed as the second reader at Handelshøjskolen the following year.
A school of insurance is established as part of Handelshøjskolen’s diploma programmes. It offers a diploma in insurance and is run by the insurance industry. The programme is extremely popular and receives 82 applications during its first year. All three diploma programmes are extended to three years.
Reader Hans Chr. Riis initiates the establishment of the Accounting Archive, a forerunner of the present-day Department of Accounting and Auditing.