WhenTuesday, January 23rd from 6pm - 7:30pm GMT
WhereOnline via Zoom.
FormatThere'll be a great line-up of speakers plus ample scope for discussion and debate.
Why You Should Attend...
This thought-provoking event is all about the important topic of corporate sustainability and responsibility. The ongoing debate on how companies can contribute to sustainable practices in both business and society has reached a critical point, highlighting the importance of financial stability for long-term sustainability.
We will be joined by industry experts and thought leaders who will delve into the ongoing debate surrounding the role of companies in promoting sustainable practices for both business and society.
At this event, you will gain valuable insights into the importance of financial stability for long-term sustainability. Learn about the latest developments in company law, corporate governance, and financial accounting, and how they intersect with corporate sustainability efforts.
Our distinguished speakers will unveil a groundbreaking set of Principles of Corporate Sustainability aimed at fostering responsible resource management within companies. Discover how these principles can help businesses meet their social and environmental commitments while ensuring financial resilience and stability.
This event is a unique opportunity to engage in meaningful discussions, network with industry professionals, and explore innovative approaches to sustainable business conduct. Be part of the conversation shaping the future of corporate governance, sustainable development, and non-financial reporting.
Join us as we pave the way for a more responsible and sustainable corporate landscape.
Our speakers are:
Here's the programme so far...
Senior Tenured Research Fellow, National Centre for Scientific Research of France at University Paris Dauphine PSL (IRISSO); Founding Editor of the Journal ‘Accounting, EconomicsandLaw: A Convivium’; Research Network Convener of the Society for the Advancement of Socia-Economics (SASE) Research Network in Accounting, Economics and Law; Co-chair of the European Law Institute (ELI)’s Business and Financial Law SIG