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@MikeTuffrey - 3 wks today have event of Fintech, social value of digital finance. 25th Nov annual conf on health reform. All details are on website.
@sirronniecohen - impact is water on which every ship is going to have to sail in future. @magdapolan - thanks all for joining seminar. @MikeTuffrey - wished impact weighted accounting was on syllabus when he did training with 1 of big 4. Thanks to all speakers.
Join us this afternoon 7/10/20 4pm UK time for online discussion with @sirronniecohen - find out how #impactinvesting could help #BuildBackBetter @magdapolan @HarvardHBS @GeorgeSerafeim @BigSocietyCap @apax_partners radixuk.org/opinion/…
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Author Archives: Mike Tuffrey
Two decades ago, a few pioneering companies came together in London to form a benchmarking group and that has now gone worldwide. So what’s next for community investment? Last week I spent an energising day in the company of 70 … Continue reading
We’re starting to see a new approach to how our major corporations are governed and held to account. However few are getting excited about it. Talk about corporate governance and most people’s eyes glaze over. When the Financial Reporting Council … Continue reading
With the UK election over and the government up and running, what are the prospects for responsible business now, and how will the recently released Taylor Review of employment status change expectations. On the face of it, normal politics in … Continue reading
With the UK general election over, what did it tell us about the continued relevance of corporate responsibility and sustainability? Four things at least, despite the lack of debate. Prediction is a mug’s game. In guessing numbers of seats in … Continue reading
With the election battle gathering pace in the UK, big business is keeping its head down, despite having much at stake. Mike Tuffrey reads the early runes as the contest unfolds. The pundits will tell you that political parties adopt … Continue reading
Companies should do more to protect civil society, even if that means defending their critics from oppressive governments. Think of business involvement in politics, and the murky world of backhanders and behind-the-scenes lobbying may spring to mind. However, define the … Continue reading
When Uber’s boss fell out with one of his drivers, the video went viral. In the process he’s taught us all a lesson about true responsibility. It’s pretty ironic, I suppose. The digital revolution has enabled Uber co-founder, Travis Kalanick, … Continue reading
It’s not exactly as easy as ABC, but ESG – Environmental, Social and Governance – is the key to investors getting traction on the behaviour of companies they own. Forgive me if a note of grumpiness creeps into this comment. … Continue reading
Let’s looks back at some of the better news stories of 2016. The year usually ends with a concerted effort to be jolly, even if most readers of this blog will feel glad tidings have been in rather short supply … Continue reading