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HRWorld SEA: KPMG Singapore announces salary increments for a majority of employees

KPMG Singapore has announced salary increments for a majority of its employees. In addition, they will invest in a S$30mn-worth lifelong learning programme for its 3,200-strong local workforce. In 2021, the company announced a commitment to "embed ESG competencies" in…

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Voting for socially responsible corporate policies

by Professor Adam Meirowitz, David Eccles School of Business, University of Utah, Dr Shaoting Pi, Research Associate, Cambridge Centre for Finance and Cambridge Endowment for Research in Finance, University of Cambridge, and Dr Matthew C. Ringgenberg, David Eccles School of…

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A greener Scotland: Cambridge Judge fellow named chair of green taskforce

Cambridge Judge Fellow David Pitt-Watson is named Chair of a new Scottish Taskforce for Green and Sustainable Financial Services. David Pitt-Watson, a Fellow (Finance) at Cambridge Judge Business School, has been named Chair of a new Scottish Taskforce for Green…

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Ignites Europe: Ukraine war ‘real test’ for ESG managers

Andrei Kirilenko, professor of finance at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on poll suggesting fund managers should be looking to sell their investments in Russian companies. “It really would be quite appropriate for ESG considerations to include the business practices…

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FindMba: How business school research enriches the MBA student experience

Vincent Mak, Vice-Dean for Programmes and Research at Cambridge Judge Business School, speaks about the real-world impact of business school research. “Business school research does make people better managers, and it makes organisations more efficient and responsive to the needs…

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The Business Times: Asia’s ESG talent crunch

Cambridge Judge Business School faculty and other experts will deliver skills relating to environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues to employees of professional services firm KPMG as part of their plans to provide ESG training to all its 227,000 people.…

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Cambridge Judge Business School will deliver environmental, social and governance (ESG) skills to KPMG employees around the world as part of new collaboration. Cambridge Judge Business School faculty and other experts will deliver skills relating to environmental, social and governance…

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Financial Post: KPMG launches multi-year programme to accelerate global solutions for environmental, social and governance issues

KPMG plans to spend more than US$1.5 billion over the next three years specifically to focus on the Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG). Cambridge Judge Business School faculty and other experts will deliver skills to company's 227,000 employees as part of a…

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Toeing the line

Conformity with environmental, social and governance (ESG) practices can carry negative reputation 'spillovers' when peers are publicly criticised, says paper at Cambridge Judge recognised for two Academy of Management awards. Companies seek the "safety of conformity" in an environment of…

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Reputation

A summary of recent research and other initiatives from Cambridge Judge Business School. Every element of business concerns, in some way, reputation – ranging from a firm's reliability, to its customer-service profile, to its stock market performance. Many studies by…

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