The FSI Competition 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 5th edition, and like last year, a team of HEC Montréal students participated in the competition and was supervised by Samuel Sponem, Associate Professor and Holder of the CPA International Research Chair in Management Control. The HEC Montréal jury team consisted of Tanya Giannelia, Mohamed-Khalil Mrad, Mathieu Lévesque, Axelle Prezelin and Gabriel Rompré, all MBA students as well as of Audrey St-Jean, M.Sc. student.
Tanya Giannelia and Gabriel Rompré share their experience and the importance of ESG initiatives (environmental, social and governance factors) taken by companies. Moreover, these factors are among the many criteria of the evaluation grid used by the jury teams of the 2018 edition.