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Second webinar in the series "Reporting and Analytics of Value Creation" led by professor Stefano Zambon will be held on May, 14th

Degree program «Master of Business Analytics» of Higher School of Economics continues the series of webinars in order to discuss new requirements and skills for business analytics that you can acquire within the Degree.

We are happy to announce the second webinar "Sustainability and Value Creation Information: Old Wine in New Bottles?" led by professor Stefano Zambon who has established and developed Global Network "World Intellectual Capital Initiative" (WICI) and contributed a lot to promoting new standards for reporting non-financial capitals in European countries and globally.
The second webinar in the Series will address:
• What is new in sustainability and value creation relationship? How do investors and stakeholders approaches to sustainability differ?
• What is changing in the landscape for non-financial information and standards setters?
• What would be the impact of these shifts on financial analysis and business analytics in the nearest future?
• How to catch up with the new legal and standard-setting requirements for business analytics in a multi-capital context?

Speakers :

You will stay in touch with Stefano Zambon, professor of Accounting and Business Economics, Ferrara University (Italy), the Secretary General for WICI Italy/ of the new Italian Foundation for Business Reporting (O.I.B.R. Foundation),  Namrata Rana who is Director-Strategy and Brand, at Futurescape (India) and helps companies and foundations build sustainable experiences, she is visiting Faculty at IIM Udaipur and India Ambassador of University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership, and Irina Ivashkovskaya, Academic supervisor of new Degree program, professor, Head of the School of Finance at the leading Russian university Higher school of economics

Details

Join us on May, 14 at 15:00 PM Moscow time (2 PM by CEST, 10 PM by EST, 6 PM by UTC)

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