28 February, 2013 | (01 hr)

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Companies increasingly expand their corporate social responsibility (CSR) and ethical management understanding the positive impact on the bottom line. The vast majority of Standard & Poor’s 500 companies publish sustainability reports describing their program challenges and achievements. These proactive efforts can promote respect for their company in the marketplace which can result in higher sales, enhance employee loyalty, and attract better personnel to the firm.

During this webcast, hear from speakers from the upcoming 2013 Ethics & Shareholder Value Summit. They will discuss how acting ethically and responsibly is good for business and will share examples of the good, the bad, and the ugly of this practice.

Audience: Chief ethics officers, chief compliance officers, chief investment officers, chief risk officers, chief financial officers, directors of corporate governance, general counsels, asset managers, activist managers, pension funds, screening firms, investment advisory, research firms, and consultants


Farha-Joyce Haboucha

Farha-Joyce Haboucha
Director of Socially Responsive Investments
Rockefeller & Co.

Joyce Haboucha is the Senior Portfolio Manager and Director of Sustainability & Impact Investments within the Investment Group and a Managing Director of Rockefeller Financial. She joined Rockefeller Financial in early 1997, having been a Seni... Full Bio

Timothy Smith

Timothy Smith
Senior Vice President and Director of ESG Shareowner Engagement
Walden Asset Management

Timothy Smith serves as Senior Vice President of Walden Asset Management's Environment, Social and Governance Group.

Tim joined Walden in October 2000. His primary responsibilities include overseeing shareholder advocacy, public policy, as... Full Bio

Simon Billenness

Simon Billenness

Described by the New York Times “a super-specialist” in human rights advocacy, I have over 20 years of experience helping investors, non-profits, universities, communities, and unions use their power to hold corporations accountable.&n... Full Bio

Kimberly Byer-Clark

Kimberly Byer-Clark (Moderator)
Program Director
The Conference Board

Kimberly Byer-Clark is a program director with The Conference Board. She develops and produces workshops and conferences in the Corporate Leadership practice. Kim is also responsible for content development, speaker selection and recruitment, spon... Full Bio


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