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5th Colloquium: Enterprise Value Creation
Start Date: Thursday, 13 May, 2021
Time: 07:00 - 11:00 UTC
Venue: Online Conference
Cost: No cost
The GGA holds colloquia to share and engage with matters of governance and business science. The 5th colloquium will see an unprecedented group of international experts present on the topic: Enterprise Value Creation
Professor Mervyn King will open proceedings and will be followed by the following presentations:
- Helen Brand, ACCA Chief Executive Officer
The Value Reporting Foundation
- Jonathan Labrey, IIRC Chief Strategy Officer
The importance of sustainability in enterprise value creation
- Kevin Dancey, IFAC Chief Executive Officer
International Sustainability Standards Board
- Paul Druckman, Chairperson World Benchmarking Alliance
Conceptual Framework for International Sustainability Reports
Thereafter, the speakers will be available to answer your questions.
Professor Mervyn King also invites you to a special pre-colloquium event: The Risks and Rewards of Sustainability Reporting
|Date:||22 April 2021|
|Proceedings:||07:00 - 09:30 UTC|
Prof King will be chatting with the following global experts:
- Steven Waygood
Aviva Investors Chief Responsible Investment Officer
- Peadar Duffy
SOLUXR Founder Director and creator Quantum Risk
- Joyce Nkini-Iwisi
Control Risks Director Forensic Investigations
- André Vos
Norton Rose Fulbright South Africa Inc Director
Thereafter, the panel will be available to answer your questions.