Corporate governance as a tool to improve business ethics

The third panel discussed how the concept of business ethics is evolving to meet technological, social and environmental challenges, and help companies move towards a new culture of non-financial reporting and transparency.

Keynote

Olivier Boutellis-Taft

Accountancy Europe, CEO

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Moderator

Lina Lemessiou

Technical Manager, EFRAG

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Jo Iwasaki

Investor relations, HCP

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The good news is that ethics pays off. The best companies see ethics less as a constraint, but more as a tool to innovate.

Béatrice Richez-Baum

Panel

Béatrice Richez-Baum

Director General, ecoDa

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Panel

Pedro Oliveira

Director for Legal Affairs, BusinessEurope

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Bistra Boeva

Professor, University of National and World Economy, Sofia

The financial services industry is like an irrigation system in the farm, if we compare it to the economy as a whole — without a proper irrigation system, farmland will not survive.

Jo Iwasaki

Panel

Adrian Codislasu

President, CFA Romania