We present you the PROGRAM of the 3rd WICI Europe International Policy Conference on “Intangibles: The European State of the Art”, Bruxelles, 7 November 2019, 9.00-16.45
The 3rd WICI European International Conference in Bruxelles.
The 7 November 2019 from 9.00 to 16.30 the O.I.B.R. co-organizes – with the other European national courts of the Global Network WICI, with EFFAS, Edmond de Rothschild Asset Management, the Ferrara University, the ODDO-BHF French-German Bank and the IIRC – the 3rd WICI Europe International Conference in Bruxelles (University Club Foundation, Rue d‘Egmont 11, about “Intangibles: The European State of the Art” with the participation of speakers of the European Commission and many major stakeholders of our Continent, including, among others, ESMA, IASB, FRC, EFRAG, IAASB, WBCSD, ANC, GASB, AFAA, AY, Accountancy Europe, managers, financial analysts, academicians (LMU Munich, University of Passau, University of Bordeaux). It’s a Conference which is one of the kinds at European level and on an increasingly important issue for the life of the enterprises and, more generally, of the organisations.
Intangibles and goals of sustainable development also for the public administration
“The case of the Italian Commune of Sasso Marconi” is the title of the speech of Andrea Ragazzini at the Convention. The first Public Administration in Italy which has adopted an Integrated Report is in Emilia Romagna, it’s an instrument which enhances the real goal of the administrative action, i.e. the value creation inside the target community. The Report, drawn up by the professionals of our Benefit Society following the Framework of the International Integrated reporting Council, draws a new way to go for the management of the territory in sustainable optical, because it has been drawn up by highlighting the interrelations between the actions of the Commune and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This correspondence is present throughout the Report, in fact, the activity of the Commune incorporates in its own policy objectives the 17 goals established by the Agenda 2030.