Chiara Mio - She is a full professor at the Department of Management at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, Italy. As a chairwoman of Crédit Agricole FriulAdria (Crédit Agricole Italia Bank Group), Mio became the first woman in Italy to lead a commercial bank. After graduating from Ca’ Foscari University of Venice in 1987, Mio began her academic career at the same university first as a researcher (1991-2000), then as an associate professor (2000-2011). Since 2011, she holds a position of full professor at the Department of Management where she teaches courses on corporate reporting, management control, strategic planning and sustainability management. Mio is a director of Master program in Sustainability Management and a member of the teaching committee for the PhD program in Science and Management of Climate Change at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice. From 2009 to 2014, she acted as Dean's Delegate for Environmental Sustainability and Social Responsibility. Mio is a founder and director of Sustainability Lab of Department of Management, Ca’ Foscari University. Mio is a member of the editorial board and a reviewer of Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management journal since 2010. She is a member of the scientific committee of several editorial series and EticaNews.
David Bedford - David Bedford is a Professor at University of Technology (UTS) Business School in the Accounting Discipline, which he joined in 2005. David holds a Bachelor of Accounting, graduating with the University Medal, and a PhD, both from UTS. David’s research is in the design and use of management controls and performance measurement systems. Much of his research focuses on how senior managers use different combinations of control practices to drive performance outcomes, particularly in firms prioritizing innovation. He has published in leading accounting journals, including Accounting, Organizations and Society, Management Accounting Research, and Journal of Management Accounting Research. He is currently an Associate Editor at the British Accounting Review and the Journal of Management Control and is a member of the editorial board of several journals. David contributes to practice through engagements with public healthcare funding and administrative bodies and not-for-profit firms.
Dinarte Bonetti - Sócio da área de Actuarial Services (AS) na PwC. Possui mais de 20 anos de experiência junto ao mercado de seguros, resseguros, capitalização e previdência aberta e fechada, sendo atualmente resposável pelos trabalhos de auditoria e consultoria do grupo atuarial da PwC Brasil. No mercado segurador, lidera os prrjetos de auditoria atuarial, onde é responsável por cerca de 50% das resevas locais. Lidera ainda os projetos de diagnóstico e implementação de IFRS 17 para seguradoras, além de executar projetos de consultoria em modelagem de IFRS 09 para empresas financeiras e não financeiras, due diligence atuarial para seguros, saúde e previdência, dentre outros. Ja no mercado de previdência, tem participado de forma direta dos trabalhos de consultoria para cálculo de passivos realtivos ao CPC33/IAS19, tendo executado tal serviço nos 3 maiores fundo de pensão do mercado local, controles internos, auditoria de benefícios, auditoria atuarial de entidades fechadas de previdência complementar, análise e proposição de soluções para passivos de benefício pós meprego, dentre outros. Atualmente é membro das comissões do IBA de Seguros, previdência e capitalização, de entidades fechadas de previdência e de benefícios pós emprego. Possui formação em Administração de Empresas pela PUC-SP, Ciências Contábeis pela Universidade Paulista, Ciências Atuariais pela PUC-SP e MBA em Gestão Atuarial e Financeira pela FIPECAFI. É membro do Conselho Regional de Administração, do Instituto Brasileiro de Atuária e do Conselho Federal de Contabilidade.
Giuseppe Grossi - is Research Professor in Accounting at Nord University (Norway), Kristianstad University (Sweden) and Kozminski University (Poland). His research focuses on governmental accounting and auditing, hybrid organisations, and smart cities. He is member of the editorial board and guest editor in several public management and accounting journals (as Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal, Accounting Forum, British Accounting Review, Critical Perspectives on Accounting, and Public Management Review), editor in chief of the Journal of Public Budgeting, Accounting and Financial Management, and associate editor of Qualitative Research in Accounting & Management. He is also vice-Chair of the CIGAR Network. He collaborated as advisor with national and local governments, Supreme Audit Institutions, the European Court of Auditors, International Public Sector Accounting Standard Board (IPSASB) of IFAC.
Katherine Schipper - Katherine Schipper is the Thomas F. Keller Professor of Business Administration at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business. She holds a BA degree summa cum laude from the University of Dayton; MBA, MA and PhD degrees from the University of Chicago; and honorary degrees from Bucharest University of Economic Studies, the Norwegian School of Economics, Notre Dame University, Singapore Management University and the Stockholm School of Economics. Prior to joining Duke University’s faculty, she was a Board member of the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) and a faculty member at Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Chicago. Ms. Schipper has published research papers on topics in auditing, financial reporting, corporation finance and corporate governance. She has served the American Accounting Association as President, as Director of Research and as President of the Financial Accounting and Reporting Section. She has served the International Association for Accounting Education and Research as Vice-president for Research and as President. She has been a governing board member of a mutual fund, a not-for-profit entity and two SEC registrants. She is a member of the Accounting Hall of Fame.
Kathryn Haynes - Kathryn Haynes is Professor of Accounting at Northumbria University, UK, and a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales (ICAEW). Kathryn is interested in the powerful role of accounting within society, particularly in relation to the interaction of equality and sustainability. Her research, published in leading accounting journals, addresses feminism, gender and diversity, the circular economy, and accountability. Prior to joining Northumbria in 2020, she was Dean of the Faculty of Business, Law and Politics at the University of Hull, and has also worked at the University of Newcastle, Aston Business School and the University of York. She was an active member of the ICAEW’s Sustainability Committee for 8 years and has conducted several research projects funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), on the Sustainable Development Goals, as well as aspects of gender in professions. She was also Co-facilitator of the United Nations Principles of Responsible Management Education (PRME) Gender Equality Working Group. She has recently been awarded a Major Fellowship by the Leverhulme Trust for research on Contemporary feminisms and their emancipatory implications for accounting.