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Event Registration - Using SASB Standards In Valuation: A Hands-On Workshop

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Date:
Wednesday, November 16, 2016
Time:
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
Using SASB Standards in Valuation: A Hands-On Workshop

SASB's mission is to develop and disseminate sustainability accounting standards that help public corporations disclose material, decision-useful information to investors. That mission is accomplished through a rigorous process that includes evidence-based research and broad, balanced stakeholder participation. Join MICHAEL KINSTLICK, Head of Standards Setting Organization, for a hands-on workshop that will give attendees:

-- a deeper understanding of the uses of the SASB metrics;
-- a comfort level incorporating SASB metrics into traditional DCF valuation models, and;
-- the preparation necessary to consider deeper analytic approaches with the data as it becomes available.

About the Presenter:

MICHAEL KINSTLICK, Head of Standards Setting Organization

As Head of Standards Setting, Michael oversees research, analytics, consultation, and codification and maintenance of the SASB standards. Michael's career spans functions and industries. He has worked predominantly in Finance, including almost a decade at quantitative equities firm AXA Rosenberg with roles in both core research and helping manage billions-of-$ in Long/Short strategies. He has most recently served as the founding CEO of Coppersea Distilling, a field-to-glass farm distillery in NY's Hudson Valley. He graduated cum laude in Economics and Philosophy from Columbia before graduate school at Northwestern (MS, Industrial Engineering) and UC Berkeley (MBA, Haas School of Business).
Address:
Sheraton Boston Hotel
39 Dalton Street
Hampton Room - 3rd Floor
Boston, MA 02199
Description:Members: $25
Non- Members: $35

Register for the Sustainable Investing Seminar and receive a $10 discount on the SASB Workshop.
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