Presenting at Introduction to ESG, Sustainable & Impact Investment One–Day Training
The How & Why of Applying ESG to Corporate Valuations
Hosted by Zicklin School of Business at Baruch College/CUNY on June 15th
Introduction: For professionals in the capital markets, and in the corporate sector, G&A Institute and Global Change Associates are teamed to present a one-day professional training program, hosted by Zicklin School of Business at Baruch College/CUNY, in midtown Manhattan. This is an excellent introduction to the application of ESG factors to investment making decisions and corporate valuations. Find out more at https://intro2esg.eventbrite.com
ESG = the corporate environmental, social or societal and corporate governance factors to be evaluated by the financial analyst, asset owner, asset manager, and others in the capital markets in looking beyond the financial in selecting public companies for “buy/sell/hold” portfolio management decisions. (This is also referred to as “sustainable investing,” “impact investing,” and similar titles by practitioners.)
The outstanding faculty presenting during the one-day course will include experts in ESG / sustainable / impact investing, covering topics such as best practices; data sources; analytical tools; research resources; methodologies; why ESG matters; and realized outcomes using these approaches to analysis and investment management.
MEET ONE OF YOUR COURSE LEADERS
Donald Schepers, PhD
Associate Dean, Zicklin School of Business; Professor Of Management, Baruch College / CUNY
TOPIC: Welcoming Remarks
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CAREER BACKGROUND: DONALD SCHEPERS, PHD
Donald H. Schepers is Associate Dean of the Zicklin School of Business and Professor of Management at Baruch College, City University of New York. Dr. Schepers teaches Social and Governmental Environment of Business, Corporate Governance, and Business Ethics to MBA and Executive MBA programs. Dr. Schepers also teaches Strategic Planning and Control in the Baruch/Mt. Sinai Healthcare Administration MBA program.
He is frequently called on for his expertise is:
- corporate political campaign activity and disclosure;
- corporate governance and codes of conduct;
- socially responsible investing;
- The impact of non-governmental organizations on business policy.
Professor Schepers has published in Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes; Business and Society Review; Business and Society; Journal of Business Ethics; Human Resource Management Review; Corporate Governance; and, Journal of Behavioral and Applied Management. He has numerous cases and book chapters to his credit.
He is a member of the Society of Business Ethics; the Academy of Management; the Eastern Academy of Management; the International Society for Business, Economics and Ethics; and, the International Association of Business and Society.
Prior to receiving his PhD, he taught high school science and mathematics, and was President of the Marianist Retreat and Conference Center, a small non-profit conference center outside St. Louis, Missouri. He holds an MBA from Tulane University; a Masters of Divinity from St. Michael’s Faculty of Theology, University of Toronto; and, a Master’s of Science in Business Administration and a PhD in Business Administration from the University of Arizona.
For more information about the course and how to register, visit: https://intro2esg.eventbrite.com