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Agenda for November, 17th round Table

Title: On the Sustainable Reporting IASB InitiativeWednesday 17th November 15-17 Moscow time / 12-14 UK /  Format: Round table discussion (online)Joining link: send your request to: avysotskaya@hse.ru


Title: On the Sustainable Reporting IASB Initiative

Wednesday 17th November 15-17 Moscow time / 12-14 UK /  

Format: Round table discussion (online)

Joining link: send your request to: avysotskaya@hse.ru 


·         to discuss preliminary results on Sustainable reporting research

·         to receive valuable feedback from experts in the topics raised

·         to draft a submission research paper

Time slot




Irina Khvostova

The debate and existing problems on the internationally recognised sustainability reporting standards


Olga Volkova

Towards consistency and global comparability in sustainability reporting (principles) (incl. ESG issues)


Nadia Gulko & Anna Vysotskaya          

Materiality concept problem


Elena Ryabova & Alexei Makarov

The role of the existing initiatives in sustainability reporting within the national regulatory space (case of Russia?)


Irina Khvostova

Climate-related risks and corresponding disclosures


Anna Vysotskaya

Audit and assurance for sustainability information


Invited Expert’s Feedback

Expert’s View & Feedback




Event participants:

·        Dr. Irina Khvostova, Senior Lecturer: HSE Campus in Nizhny Novgorod / Faculty of Economics / Department of Financial Management, Programme Academic Supervisor: International Bachelor's in Business and Economics

·        Dr. Alexey Makarov, Department Head, Professor: HSE Campus in Nizhny Novgorod / Faculty of Economics / Department of Financial Management

·        Dr. Marina Pomorina, Professor: Faculty of Economic Sciences / School of Finance

·        Dr. Elena Ryabova, Associate Professor: HSE Campus in Nizhny Novgorod, Programme Academic Supervisor: Economics and Business Analytics (correspondence course), Economics and Business Analytics (part-time)

·        Dr. Maria Shtefan, Deputy Director of the Branch: HSE Campus in Nizhny Novgorod, Department Head, Associate Professor: HSE Campus in Nizhny Novgorod

·        Dr. Olga Volkova, Professor, Deputy Head: HSE Campus in St. Petersburg / St.Petersburg School of Economics and Management

·        Dr. Anna Vysotskaya

·         Dr Nadia Gulko, Associate Professor of Accounting, LIBS, University of Lincoln, UK

Invited experts:

·         Emma Holmes, Senior Lecturer in Accountancy and Finance and Programme Leader at Lincoln International Business School, University of Lincoln, UK. Emma has taught on a number of postgraduate and undergraduate modules, specialising in the areas of Financial Accounting and Taxation. Prior to starting her academic career, Emma qualified as a Chartered Accountant in the London Top Tier Assurance department of a Big 4 firm. She successfully led external audit engagements for both private and public companies using IFRS and local GAAP. She was also selected to attend an intensive training and facilitation course which enabled her to lead and deliver several assurance technical training courses to Big 4 graduates. Emma has also been a tutor at a private financial college where she taught both Financial Accounting and Taxation for ICAEW and ATT qualifications.

·         Adriana Tiron-Tudor. Full Professor, Ph.D. Supervisor, Coordinator at Master program: Accounting management, audit and control, FSEGA, UBB. Adriana is a chartered accountant and a financial auditor, member of IPSASB for 2012-2018, and Public Sector Accounting and Audit Group, Accountancy Europe, 2010-2018. Now she is the Common Content Project Initiative, Steering Committee President.Her research focuses on sustainability reporting for large companies, SME, public sector entities and NGOs.  Another topic of interest is represented by the digitalisation of the accounting profession.

·         Ewa Dziwok. Head of Department. Department of Applied Mathematics. University of Economics in Katowice, Ewa is an Associate Professor and head of Department of Applied Mathematics at University of Economics in Katowice. Her research focuses on quantitative methods in finance, risk management, green monetary policy and sustainable finance. Currently she participates in international project GrEnFIn (Greening Energy Market and Finance). She is in charge of double degree Master studies Quantitative Asset and Risk Management ARIMA (CFA and PRMIA accreditated).She previously held a position of Liquidity Manager and Investment Analyst at ING Bank Śląski, Treasury Department. As a guest professor she regularly gives lectures at several universities (Italy, Austria, Slovenia, Germany).