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21 April – For an Eastern twist on the ESG story, Dr. Bei Cui investigated how APAC markets react after negative ESG news and unpacked the opportunities and challenges in ESG investing in the Asia-Pacific region.
18 March – Regulator and investors in Japan are interested to learn about the ESG landscape in other markets and how stakeholder interests are incorporated into regulations and codes. Dr. Nga Pham will talk about Australia's Modern Slavery Act (2018).
3 February – Monash Financial Studies Centre Director Professor Deep Kapur has been interviewed for the Investment Innovation Institute’s i3 Podcast on machine learning, the effect of the pandemic on markets and other topics.
26 January – Dr. Nga Pham from Monash Centre for Financial Studies spoke to asset managers and investors of the Japan Stewardship Forum on the new edition of the ASX's Corporate Governance Principles and Recommendations and Australia's Modern Slavery Act.
18 December – Dr. Nga Pham spoke at this webinar organised by the International Finance Corporation, a member of the World Bank Group, to share her research findings on shareholders' ESG activism in the Asia Pacific.
3 December – Professor Deep Kapur was a keynote speaker at the Monash Business School Doctoral Colloquium 2020 and this year's topic was, 'What does the future hold: COVID-19, economic climate and the jobmarket.'
20 November – Professor Deep Kapur joined a panel discussion on Global Public Pensions 2020 and the role of pension funds in post-COVID recovery.
29 October – Professor Deep Kapur joined the podcast and discussed the implications of COVID on the economy and global trade.
20 October – Professor Deep Kapur from Monash Centre for Financial Studies joined a panel discussion with other experts from the superannuation sector in Australia on the topic of the impact of COVID-19 on retirement pension systems around the world.
4 September – Dr Nga Pham joined this webinar regarding Shareholder Activism in Japan and discussed the achievements of the year and what would be the next issues.
6 August – Professor Deep Kapur was in the panel of speakers who joined this virtual round-table event and discussed how the digital economy is being transformed by COVID-19 and how it is likely to come out of the pandemic.
29 July – A range of topics related to digital assets was discussed during this webinar and Professor Deep Kapur was on the list of leading industry figures who joined it.
29 July – Professor Deep Kapur joined a webinar for the Global Public Investor 2020 Asia Launch on pension funds' role in post-COVID recovery. The Global Public Investor, now in its seventh year, is devoted to public sector asset ownership and management around the world.
23 July – Professor Deep Kapur was the first respondent in this virtual roundtable for a discussion with a post Brexit focus, experience from COVID, London's repositioning post-Covid, and Brexit.
22 October – Australia's own world-class superannuation system has been regularly ranked among global leaders.
21 October – Supported by the Victorian Government and produced in partnership with the Monash Centre for Financial Studies and Mercer, the Melbourne Mercer Global Pension Index is considered to be one of the most respected and comprehensive benchmarks of global pension and superannuation systems.
22-23 July – The Hayne Royal Commission: Implications for the Australian Financial Sector.
19 October 2018 – What challenges and opportunities will the sharing of customer banking data present for banks and non-banks?
11 July 2018 – In this panel, we discussed how the Royal Commission into the banking sector has revealed widespread governance and culture issues, with far reaching consequences for the future of our financial institutions.