Maybank Foundation in coordination with the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas, and in support of the National Strategy for Financial Inclusion held today at the Forbes Ballroom of Conrad Manila, an ESG Executive Forum attended some 200 participants from a multi-sectoral representation of the private sector that pledged collaboration to advance environment, social and governance (ESG) initiatives within their ranks.
he workshop is a part of series of events that are done by the ASEAN MY WORLD 2030 to empower the youth to take on leadership roles for both the ASEAN Community Vision 2025 and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
“Dr. Calderon presented a compelling business case for sustainable banking by highlighting the rewards of adopting the practice – better profits, customer viability and security value, decreased lender liability, and lower reputational risk.”
AIM is committed to educating future generations of globally responsible professionals, managers, and leaders.
The event gave a glimpse into the dynamics in an MBA class and the current students and professors shared the value of an MBA in their professional lives.
“my key take-away from this course is that the world is changing and as markets are gearing toward globalization, we have to take advantage of the economies of scale, by encouraging free flow of goods and skilled labor through the ASEAN integration and as a result boost our overall competitiveness in this part of the world.”
“That amidst the hundreds of case discussions, we may end up losing sight of the realities of the world outside of AIM – that there are and there will still be societal challenges outside that demand to be solved by both the mind and the heart. “