Closing Keynote: ESG and Valuation
- ESG and Shareholder Wealth Maximization
- ESG, the Cost of Capital, and Investor Returns
- ESG and Agency: The Standing Issue
- ESG and Corporate Decision Making: The Information Problem
- ESG and Valuation in a Global Context
This keynote session will be held in English language.
Friday, 4 November 2022 I 3:30–4:45 pm
Bradford Cornell, Ph.D.
emeritus Professor of Financial Economics I Anderson School of Management at University of California, Los Angeles
Bradford Cornell is one of the world’s leading experts in the development of valuation theory and its application to legal analysis, investment, and appraisal.
Bradford Cornell is an emeritus Professor of Financial Economics at the Anderson School of Management at UCLA. He is currently teaching a new course on Climate Change and Finance at both Anderson and the Rady School of Management at UCSD.
Professor Cornell has published more than 150 referred articles. He is also the author of four books: Corporate Valuation: Tools for Effective Appraisal and Decision Making, The Equity Risk Premium and the Long-Run Future of the Stock Market, Conceptual Foundations of Investing, and Global Climate Change: A Pragmatist’s Guide to Moving the Needle.
Prof. Cornell is a senior advisor to both the Cornell Capital Group and Rayliant Global Advisors focusing on the relation between valuation and investment decision making.