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On the 21st of March, the seventh edition of the Future of Corporate Reporting will take place in Amsterdam. During this event, experts from business, government, and the academic field will share the latest trends regarding Integrated Reporting. 

In previous editions, the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Rotterdam School of Management, ABN AMRO, Schiphol and ISS amongst others shared their view on Corporate Sustainability and Integrated reporting. You can watch a recap here.

For this year, we are honoured to announce our keynote speaker: Prof. dr. Mijntje Lücherath-Rovers of Tilburg University.

On the 21st of March, the seventh edition of the Future of Corporate Reporting will take place in Amsterdam. During this event, experts from business, government, and the academic field will share the latest trends regarding Integrated Reporting. 

In previous editions, the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Rotterdam School of Management, ABN AMRO, Schiphol and ISS amongst others shared their view on Corporate Sustainability and Integrated reporting. You can watch a recap here.

For this year, we are honoured to announce our keynote speaker: Prof. dr. Mijntje Lücherath-Rovers of Tilburg University.

Prof. dr. Mijntje Lückerath

Professor in Corporate Governance at Tilburg University and an influencer on topics as long term value creation and boardroom dynamics. Her research focuses on the role of the board of directors, corporate governance, especially with respect to boardroom dynamics. She is author of the annual Dutch Female Board Index, and co-author of the annual Dutch Non-executive Directors survey. She is also a member of the Supervisory Board of a.o. Achmea, NRC Media and the Rotterdam Zoo.

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We are also honoured to announce:

Carola van Lamoen

Head of Active Ownership at Robeco. In this capacity she is leading Robeco’s global stewardship activities related to engagement and voting; these activities are focused on improving environmental, social and governance behavior of companies and as a result increasing long-term value creation. Carola is also co-chair of the Board Governance Committee of the International Corporate Governance Network (ICGN) and chair of the Investment Committee of the Dutch governance platform Eumedion. She joined Robeco in 2007 and has been active in the field of sustainability and corporate governance since 2001.

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Jyoti Banerjee

Jyoti has been involved with the IIRC from its earliest days, contributing to work relating to strategy and the interaction of technology with business. He helps businesses engage with integrated reporting, primarily via the Business Network. In this context, he leads special interest groups on Integrated Thinking & Strategy, Hidden Capitals and the Technology Initiative. Jyoti has had twenty years of experience in the business software sector, primarily as a business strategist and expert in the interaction of technology with business. He is a partner at Fronesys, a sustainability advisory service and is on the investment committee of Ibex, a venture fund that makes ethical investments in emerging markets.

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Femke Groothuis

Femke Groothuis is co-founder and president of The Ex’tax Project, a think tank focused on fiscal innovations to boost the SDGs and the circular economy. The foundation works with experts and business leaders to enhance understanding of the dynamics of a tax shift from labour to pollution and resource use. Groothuis is an analyst, adviser, publicist and public speaker. Between 1999 and 2009, she was Investment Manager at Ex’tent Green Venture Capital, a Dutch impact investmentfund.

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Maurice Loosschilder

Maurice Loosschilder is the Global Head of Sustainability Strategy and Reporting at Signify, leading a global team of sustainability professionals. He developed Signify’s ‘Brighter lives, Better World’, a strong sustainability program with ambitious commitments improving the social and environmental performance of its products and operations. He is responsible for the execution of the program and for internal and external reporting on the progress. Prior to his current role, Maurice held the position of Director Collection and Recycling and international WEEE board member and several roles in pricing and IT program management. Maurice holds a MSc degree in Industrial Engineering and Management Science (Cum Laude) and a BSc degree in Electrical Engineering and started working for Philips Lighting/Signify in 2007.

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Adrian de Groot Ruiz


Adrian de Groot Ruiz is Executive Director of the Impact Institute. He is also the co-founder and director of True Price. Previously, he was Assistant Professor of Finance at Radboud University. Adrian is member of Worldconnectors and alumnus of the Global Shapers Amsterdam. He has co-founded the SDG Charter Foundation, a multi-stakeholder initiative to promote the SDGs in the Netherlands. He has set up a variety of organizations focusing on sustainable development, both nationally as well as internationally. His PhD focused on behavioral game theory and was obtained at the University of Amsterdam cum laude. He has published several articles in renowned academic economic journals and is a frequent public speaker.

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Piet Briët

Piet Briët is Sustainability Strategist at Royal FloraHolland. At Royal FloraHolland his main work is in innovation with a special interest in energy transition and circular economy related developments. He is also responsible for the non-financial data with regard to reporting, and for integrating the Sustainable Development Goals into the overall strategy.

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Esther de Graaf

Esther de Graaf is a Senior Consultant at Intire. It is her mission to create social impact by helping companies to base their decisions and reporting on a broad, long term view of value creation. Creating an integrated performance management cycle that is effective as well as efficient is her expertise. She has a background in financial as well as non-financial performance management and Integrated Reporting. In recent years she gained knowledge and experience in helping organisations define and operationalize their contribution to the Sustainable Development Goals

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Sustainable Development Goals Survey

At the Future of Corporate Reporting on the 21st of March, Piet Briët from Royal Flora Holland and Esther de Graaf from Intire will discuss Sustainable Development Goals in practice. During this session, Esther will also present the results of a survey on the main challenges companies face in operationalizing the Sustainable Development Goals. To contribute to this survey, submit your answers here. It will only take 5 minutes.

Details

Date: Thursday 21 March 2019
Time: 14:30 - 19:00
Location: Meet Berlage | Oudebrugsteeg 9, 1012 JN, Amsterdam
Investment: None

PE-Points

When you participate, you will receive 2 PE-Points.


We will announce more speakers and the full program soon.

 We are looking forward to seeing you on the 21st of March in Amsterdam!

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