There is no point in actually instructing individuals or teams to innovate, but an organisation can definitely create the right condition for it. Nico von Delius, Global Finance Director Marketing and Sales at Siemens Electrical Products, and Professor of Entrepreneur René Mauer explain how they did just that.
The Covid crisis has raised a certain number of fundamental questions about the future of the sport concerning its organisation, its governance and more broadly the viability of clubs’ business models.
Financial compliance expert Michel Perez gives The Choice his take on the G7’s tax-rate agreement, and the potential obstacles lying ahead.
Prof. Alisa Sydow comments on the announcement by UNICEF of the first cohort of blockchain investments building solutions toward financial inclusion to receive funding. To her, blockchain-based applications have great potential provided aspects of sustainability are integrated in their development.
An interview with Valour’s CEO on cryptocurrencies, NFTs and the gender investment gap.
Family firms can attract investor interest, yet owners are often reluctant to offer equity. Prof. Martin Kupp explains that two of the key issues are concerns of potential interference and emotions.
Through original research, Prof. Vasudevan confirms the doubts raised by a recent article from the Financial Times about excessive workload in banks.
For this episode, Responsible Business had the chance to discuss with Paul Schreiber from Reclaim Finance. They addressed the role of financial institutions in stopping the expansion of fossil fuels.
The concepts of sustainability seem to apply easily to certain disciplines, like supply chain management. But what about in corporate finance?
“Finance and sustainability are a necessary choice from an environmental, social and governance point of view”
For The Choice, BNP Paribas Head of Corporate Engagement Mauro Bombacigno explains how banks play a key role in promoting sustainable finance.