Trust is a time-honoured commodity in finance, but what happens when it comes face to face with technology that’s disrupting industries across the globe? A panel of experts will debate this pressing business issue in Dubai later this month.
Attitudes, aims and education are among the challenges facing the finance and business community in working towards achieving the 2030 UN sustainable development goals (SDGs). Those were the conclusions from Chartered Accountants Worldwide delegates after the Finance & Business2030 conference in London.
Tuesday night (2 April) saw the launch of Finance & Business2030, a key sustainability programme bringing leaders in the city together to help implement the UN Sustainable Development goals. Finance professionals from various sectors came together to develop a plan of action for the community focused on how best to achieve the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) by 2030.
Influence is a new, one-day event that will see hundreds of leaders and change-makers like you gather to answer the question; what next? In an era of unprecedented flux, Influence will, shed light and deliver insights about what you can do today to position you and your organisation to harness the latest in disruptive technologies.
A new initiative to help the finance and business community towards achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Finance & Business2030, a collaboration between One Young World, Chartered Accountants Worldwide and the City of London Corporation, will be unveiled at an event held on Tuesday 2 April at Mansion House in London.
Ireland’s largest accountancy body, Chartered Accountants Ireland has welcomed the launch of a new, profession-wide ethics research report examining ethical awareness, challenges and concerns of professional accountants in Ireland and Northern Ireland.