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17
Oct. 2017

Frank Bold Research Internship

The Brussels office of the public interest law firm Frank Bold is currently recruiting a Research Intern to start full-time in January 2017 for a period of four to six months.

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2
Aug. 2017

Non-Financial Reporting for a Sustainable Circular Economy: Towards Greater Policy Coherence?

To realise the potential of the Non-Financial Reporting Directive (NFR Directive) in fostering the shift towards a sustainable global economy, this conference will gather European academics, businesses, civil society experts and regulators to identify and highlight the best practices on the legislative, business and investor levels. The event is organised by the SMART project, led by the University of Oslo together with Cass Business School and Frank Bold.

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28
Jul. 2017

Conference on corporate reporting, summaries events on corporate governance and latest commentaries on EU policy

Summer 2017 Newsletter. Over 200 experts and practitioners in the UK gathered together for a series of events on the topic of corporate governance that we hosted together with the Modern Corporation Project at Cass Business School. In this newsletter, you will find the summaries of the discussions that dealt with key topics such as executive pay, fiduciary duties, corporate reporting, risks and stakeholder relations. Additionally, we would like to invite you to a conference that will focus on the future of corporate reporting in the EU. The event is being organised by Frank Bold together with the SMART consortium led by the University of Oslo and Cass Business School. It will take place on September 19 in Brussels.

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18
Jul. 2017

Promising recommendations to build a sustainable financial system and a corporate governance model for the long-term

The High Level Expert Group (HLEG) on Sustainable Finance, established by the European Commission last year, has published its interim report in which they map out the potential avenues for reforming the financial system towards a low-carbon, resource-efficient and sustainable economy. The Group is composed of 20 senior experts ranging from the civil society, the finance sector, academia as well as representatives from European institutions and will deliver concrete policy recommendations in its final report (expected by the end of this year).

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