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5th Colloquium: Enterprise Value Creation

13 May 2021
Pre-event Have you registered yet for our pre-Colloquium event? Prof Mervyn King will be discussing the Risks and Rewards of Sustainability Reporting with a panel of four global experts. This will take place on Earth Day, 22 April from 07:00 – 08:30 UTC. Find out more here. Colloquium Overview The error of corporate leaders in ...
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Risk and Rewards of Sustainability Reporting

22 April 2021
Pre-event Have you registered yet for the 5th Colloquium? The Good Governance Academy’s 5th Colloquium is taking place on 13 May 2021 and focuses on Enterprise Value Creation. Prof Mervyn King will open the Colloquium and introduce an unprecedented list of global expert speakers. Find out more here. Event Overview This pre-Colloquium 90 minute discussion ...
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4th Colloquium: The Importance of ESG

5 November 2020
Overview Up to 80% of the market cap of companies are not additives in a balance sheet according to financial reporting standards. This percentage is made up of environmental, social and governance issues. These so-called ESG factors include how the board of a company is acting as a steward of nature, the quality of its ...
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ESG Workshop

12 November 2020
Understanding the extra-financial health of your business! Overview The Sustainable Development Goals have been described as a $12 trillion “purchase order from the future”. So how can your business respond ambitiously and authentically? In an ever-more complex and uncertain world, yesterday’s business models are no longer fit for purpose. Leading companies know they must find ...
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Fireside Chat: ESG and Stewardship in the 21st Century

1 October 2020
Reformulating social imaginary from one of despair to one of hope during a time of multiple crises. Key areas of discussion The role of the board of directors in relation to ESG and the Sustainable Development Goals Stewardship in the 21st Century Envisaging good governance in the next 5 – 10 years * From 1933 ...
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