As the world emerges from the pandemic, who will be trusted to support business recovery and to build the sustainable, resilient economies we need for the future? Chartered Accountants Worldwide have partnered with Edelman research to understand the views of over 1,000 international business leaders and the role that they expect the finance and business profession to play in shaping the future.
At the webinar we will share our global trust research and debate who should lead in ‘Building Trust’ and consider what matters most to business leaders as they build for the future, how we can integrate sustainability into future business models to build stronger, resilient businesses and economies and who should act as the guardians of data integrity to tackle the misinformation crisis. The research has highlighted an opportunity for the profession to step forward and lead on these topics. We would like the webinar to debate whether the finance and business profession is ready to lead and what steps need to be in place for this to happen.
Speakers are a mix of CA ANZ members and guests who are thought leaders in their fields. Our first session runs for about 70 minutes with 4 speakers. We then have a participant discussion for 15-20 minutes and finish with a second session that runs for about 30-35 minutes – where the 4 speakers return for a Q&A discussion moderated by CA ANZ’s Simon Grant.
By the end of today’s sessions, attendees will be able to answer the following questions:
- 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?
- What matters most now to business leaders as they recover and rebuild for the future?
- How do we integrate sustainability into future business models and enhance business resilience?
- Who can investors trust to provide data integrity and intelligence? What role should Chartered Accountants play in tackling the misinformation crisis?
Participants will earn 1 CPE credits (for the first 50 minutes of the program 1 CPE credit is awarded but only if the program is 50 minutes. For each additional complete 25 minutes of program time an additional 0.5 CPE credits can be awarded.) We can agree the exact credit for the program once we know the exact start /end times.
Note: In order to be awarded the full credit hours, you must attend / participate in the full session.