Investment Decisions for Pension Funds By Intangible Value Capital

Investment Decisions for Pension Funds
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Intangible Value Capital

OECD Study on Pension Funds:

Recent OECD study on Pension Funds of USD20.1 trillion reveals the crack in its corporate equity investment strategy and its very future. My report pinpoints the Continue reading

#Sustainability of Values alone would ensure profits. My reply

What’s “New” About Creating Shared Value?  05 Apr 2011 – by Michael Sadowski:

This is an interesting post http://bit.ly/h5z2YL on Sustainability

I give below my reply to the nice article from Michael that raises a number of basic issues. Continue reading

Measuring Corporate Sustainability Leadership

UN Global Compact defines Corporate sustainability as a company’s delivery of long-term value in financial, social, environmental and ethical terms. It is about 10 years since it has brought out the 10 Principles covering four issue areas of the UN Global Compact – Human Rights, Labour, Environment, Anti-Corruption – but it endeavors to go beyond these to encompass additional sustainability priorities such as – “Broader UN Goals and Issues” referring to an array of global issues – based on the most acute or chronic global challenges – including Peace & Security; the Millennium Development Goals; Human Rights; Children’s Rights; Gender Equality; Health; Education; Humanitarian Assistance; Migration; Food Security; Sustainable Ecosystems and Biodiversity; Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation; Water Security and Sanitation; Employment and Decent Working Conditions; and Anti-Corruption.i

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Corporate Social Responsibility CSR 2.0

This is my comment submitted on the Article: CSR 2.0 Competitive Advantage for the Future, by Alberto Andreu Pinillos, Global Director of Reputation, CSR, Brand and Sustainability, Telefnica SA.,

Thanks to Alberto for having sent me his paper titled CSR 2.0 Competitive Advantage for the Future that was originally presented by him at for the annual Reputation institute seminar, 5 May 2010, Institute of Directors, London. He has raised important questions and offered solutions for a competitive advantage for the future with a proposal CSR 2.0.  I am pleased to comment on the same with the extract from his paper followed by my comments in blockquote following. This blog is in its entirety devoted to my theory of Inactivity Based Cost Management [IBCM] that I have authored with a sub-title Measurement of Intangible: Governance, Ethical & Fiscal Responsibility and Accountability, where every one of these terms including Intangible is defined and buttonholed. So my comments indicated as IBCM will have the perspective of Alberto’s paper analyzed.

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Exposure Draft Hedge Accounting

Given below is the extract from IASB on Hedge Accounting inviting comments on the Exposure Draft before the same is released as a Standard. It is a good opportunity, possibly the last, to look at the corrective steps needed in this field that has played havoc to the detriment of World and US Economy. Please download the given Exposure Draft and please send your comments directly.

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White Paper ERC – Rejoinder by IBCM

A Rejoinder to the White Paper “Too Big to Regulate? Preventing Misconduct in the Private Sector” by IBCM

What’s IBCM? Please click the video of 3.24” before you proceed further on the Rejoinder. Continue reading

Measuring Corporate Social Responsibility

Vacuum is a space empty of matter, but cannot be explained without matter surrounding it. Antimatter is explained as antiparticle within matter and outside of it cannot be even thought about. Non-existence is relative to existence. All of them are in the same plane – matter. This is the law of nature. This is a concrete state where matter predominates and in a gross level of existence. ‘Existence’ is a matter connected to the tangible world of WYSIWYG. A nano-second before the big bang is impossible to imagine with the limitation set for our human mind, to describe what is nothingness beyond matter. Matter in its form of galaxies, stars and planets are said to add up to only 4% and the balance is made up of dark matter [23%] and dark energy [73%]. The Earth truly is in a state of non-existence. Continue reading