Beyond Accounting: Building Trust

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Jenn Hoker

Topic: Who should lead in rebuilding trust? – the role of the profession, employers and business leaders. What does the profession need to do to build trust in business and finance and show that it works in the public interest?

Jennifer Hoker is Senior Vice President with Edelman Data and Intelligence, based in Seattle, Washington State. Jennifer – a career market research professional focused on supplying clients with insights that can guide their communication strategies. Following the work Chartered Accountants Worldwide have done with Edelman – which was showcased in their November 2nd webinar, Jennifer is representing Edelman to share the highlights of this work with us.

Elenie Panos Carey

Topic: What matters most now to business leaders as they recover and rebuild for the future?

Elenie is an Australian Chartered Accountant and partner with KPMG in Sydney, where she is Australia’s Audit National Strategy and Transformation lead. Elenie has a background in innovation, change management and practice building and spent the last 9 years working internationally, most recently in New York and before that in Denmark. While abroad she obtained a double executive MBA from Columbia Business School and London Business School

Ian Short

How do we integrate sustainability into future business models and enhance business resilience?

Ian qualified with the New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants and is a Principal at The Connective, Interim Chair of the Auckland Foundation and Oceania board member for The Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce. Ian helps establish and run organisations at the forefront of climate and sustainable innovation globally. Ian’s ongoing mission is to accelerate the “transition from silos to systems”.

Vania Borgerth

Who can investors trust to provide data integrity and intelligence? What role should Chartered Accountants play in tackling the misinformation crisis?

Vania is a Board member with the International Ethics Standards Board for Accountants. Vania is based in Brazil and other positions she holds includes being the Brazilian Institute for Corporate Governance’s representative at the International Integrated Reporting Council. She is also a PhD student at FUCAPE Business school where she is also a lecturer

SESSION 2: Panel discussion

Q&A session with the 4 speakers from session 1 moderated by Simon Grant
Simon Grant

Simon is CA ANZ’s leader for the advocacy of professional standards and International, based in Sydney. He became a Chartered Accountant in 1987 and a Fellow in 2004. Previous roles include Australian Head of Credit for Arab bank and with Deloitte in Assurance, Advisory and Corporate Finance. He is also a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and has completed the Asialink Business Leaders program.

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