FSI Competition for Best Sustainability Report: HEC Montréal Students Share their Experience

The FSI Competition is an annual competition launched in the spring of 2013 and aims to promote excellence in sustainable development reporting among Canadian companies. It is conducted in collaboration with university students who constitute a jury. For this 4th edition, a team of HEC Montréal students was supervised by Samuel Sponem, Associate Professor and Holder of the CPA International Research Chair in Management Control. Kim Bérard, MSc student in Applied Financial Economics and Marcouf Collin, BBA student in Finance and Sustainable Development, share their experience.

To read the interview (in French)…

From left to right: Renaud Deschâtelets-Lussier, MSc, Applied Financial Economics; Joseph Hagler, BBA, Finance and Sustainable Development; Marcouf Collin, BBA, Finance and Sustainable Development; Camille Crueghe, MSc, Finance; Kim Bérard, MSc, Applied Financial Economics; Jean Stora, BBA, Logistics and Sustainable Development and Professor Samuel Sponem, Holder of the CPA International Research Chair in Management Control.

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