Course Detail(BTM2107 : Mingles – Sustainable Accountants Change the World (Live Webinar))

BTM2107 : Mingles – Sustainable Accountants Change the World (Live Webinar) NEW

1.00 CPE Hours (Others)
Live Webinar

 
Programme Overview
 
The world is changing – and so is the role of chartered accountants. It is the time for chartered accountants to tackle some of the most urgent social challenges within the UN Sustainable Development Goals and considers how the profession could do even more in the future. Join us for a webinar on Wednesday 7 July at 4:00pm.

This live webinar session is jointly organized by ISCA, CAANZ and ICAEW.

Programme Outline

 

3.45 pm

4.00 pm

Please log in at least 15 minutes before the session

4.00 pm

4.05 pm

Welcome Address

4.05 pm

4:50 pm

Topic: Sustainable Accountants Change the World

Mr Richard Spencer
Director of Thought Leadership & Head of Sustainability, ICAEW

4.50 pm

5:00 pm

Q & A and Closing

5.00 pm

End of session


Training Methodology

Lecturer Style

Live Webinar Link

Instructions to log in to the Live Webinar will be sent to the participant’s email address that was used during registration.

Contact Details

For registration and payment enquiries, please contact Member Services Centre:
Tel: +65 6749 8060 or email
cpe@isca.org.sg


For all other enquiries, please contact Mr Lim Jun Liang:
Tel: +65 6597 5537 or email junliang.lim@isca.org.sg

Closing Date for Registration

3 days before programme or until full enrolment

Intended For

All

Competency Mapping

Others = 1.00 Hours

Schedule & Fees

Date & Time

07 Jul 2021 (4:00 PM - 5:00 PM)

Fee (inclusive of GST)

For Members: $ 0.00
For Non-Members: $ 15.00

Programme Facilitator(s)

Richard Spencer

Venue

Live Webinar in or outside of
Singapore

Testimonial

Funding

No funding Available!

Programme Facilitator(s)


Richard Spencer

Richard Spencer is Head of Sustainability at ICAEW. He joined ICAEW in 2005 in order to set up the sustainability practice within the Technical Strategy department, ICAEW’s “think tank”. During this time Richard has led on the ICAEW’s thought leadership and engagement programme in sustainability. He was a co-convenor of the Finance Innovation Lab, which was named by the Observer and NESTA as one of the Top 50 of Britain’s New Radicals in 2012 and was shortlisted for the Buckminster Fuller Awards for ‘socially responsible designs. He was a co-founder of AuditFutures and also led on establishing the Natural Capital Coalition, which is a major voice in natural capital debates. 

 
Before joining ICAEW Richard worked as a strategy consultant in the Natural Resources division of Accenture. Prior to that he held a number of roles at N M Rothschild & Sons Ltd in the bank’s treasury and natural resources project finance teams. Richard began his career at the Bank of England.
 
Richard holds degrees from the universities of Leeds and London. He is a Visiting Fellow of the Cass Business School, Senior Visiting Fellow at the University of Hull Business School and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. He was a member of the FTSE4Good Policy Committee, and sits on the Climate Disclosure Standards Board Technical Working Group and Board member of the Social Value UK. Richard recently joined the Cass Business School Research Ethics Committee.

 
Programme Overview
 
The world is changing – and so is the role of chartered accountants. It is the time for chartered accountants to tackle some of the most urgent social challenges within the UN Sustainable Development Goals and considers how the profession could do even more in the future. Join us for a webinar on Wednesday 7 July at 4:00pm.

This live webinar session is jointly organized by ISCA, CAANZ and ICAEW.

Programme Outline

 

3.45 pm

4.00 pm

Please log in at least 15 minutes before the session

4.00 pm

4.05 pm

Welcome Address

4.05 pm

4:50 pm

Topic: Sustainable Accountants Change the World

Mr Richard Spencer
Director of Thought Leadership & Head of Sustainability, ICAEW

4.50 pm

5:00 pm

Q & A and Closing

5.00 pm

End of session


Training Methodology

Lecturer Style

Live Webinar Link

Instructions to log in to the Live Webinar will be sent to the participant’s email address that was used during registration.

Contact Details

For registration and payment enquiries, please contact Member Services Centre:
Tel: +65 6749 8060 or email
cpe@isca.org.sg


For all other enquiries, please contact Mr Lim Jun Liang:
Tel: +65 6597 5537 or email junliang.lim@isca.org.sg

Closing Date for Registration

3 days before programme or until full enrolment

Intended For

All

Competency Mapping

Others = 1.00 Hours

Programme Facilitator(s)

Richard Spencer

Richard Spencer is Head of Sustainability at ICAEW. He joined ICAEW in 2005 in order to set up the sustainability practice within the Technical Strategy department, ICAEW’s “think tank”. During this time Richard has led on the ICAEW’s thought leadership and engagement programme in sustainability. He was a co-convenor of the Finance Innovation Lab, which was named by the Observer and NESTA as one of the Top 50 of Britain’s New Radicals in 2012 and was shortlisted for the Buckminster Fuller Awards for ‘socially responsible designs. He was a co-founder of AuditFutures and also led on establishing the Natural Capital Coalition, which is a major voice in natural capital debates. 

 
Before joining ICAEW Richard worked as a strategy consultant in the Natural Resources division of Accenture. Prior to that he held a number of roles at N M Rothschild & Sons Ltd in the bank’s treasury and natural resources project finance teams. Richard began his career at the Bank of England.
 
Richard holds degrees from the universities of Leeds and London. He is a Visiting Fellow of the Cass Business School, Senior Visiting Fellow at the University of Hull Business School and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. He was a member of the FTSE4Good Policy Committee, and sits on the Climate Disclosure Standards Board Technical Working Group and Board member of the Social Value UK. Richard recently joined the Cass Business School Research Ethics Committee.

Upcoming Schedule

Date & Time

07 Jul 2021 (4:00 PM - 5:00 PM)

Fee (inclusive of GST)

For Members: $ 0.00
For Non-Members: $ 15.00

Programme Facilitator(s)

Richard Spencer

Venue

Live Webinar in or outside of
Singapore