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30th Annual Global Finance Conference Program

Each parallel session will last 90 minutes. Synchronously, 8 parallel sessions will be happening per time slot. Within each parallel session 3 to 4 papers will be presented and discussed. Your time limit will be between 20 and 30 minutes (presentation and discussion included) depending on the number of papers in your session, there is no template for your presentation, but should follow basic rules (Include only essential information, use no more than six words per bullet/line and six bullets/lines per slide, regular fonts, keep figures, tables, and other graphics simple). Your presentations should be ready to be projected through the software and computers provided at the venue (USB keys, Internet, etc). Please practice your presentation prior to the conference to ensure that it is not longer than the time allocated (more precise timings will be given closer to the event). In each room, there will be staff on hand to assist you if need be.

Sponsorship by Frank G. Zarb School of Business, Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY is acknowledged.

Day 1 - Monday 12th of June 2023

Opening Session
14:00 - 14:30 (Aula Magna)
M. Shahrokhi, Global Finance Association
M. Lucchetta, Ca' Foscari University
G. Mantovani, International University Monaco

Featured Speaking
14:30 - 16:00 (
Aula Magna)
FEATURED SPEAKER: Samuel A. Vigne, LUISS Business School
INTRODUCED BY: Ehsan Nikbakht, Hofstra University​

Coffee Break
16:00 - 16:30 (Caffee Letterario)

Parallel Track A
16:30 - 18:00

  • A01 (Aula 1): Global information in finance

  • A02 (Aula 3): Banking and Financial Markets

  • A03 (Aula 4): Corporate Governance

  • A04 (Aula 7): Does Sustainability Pay?

  • A05 (Aula 10): Social inequality in Finance

  • A06 (Aula 11): Finance in different parts of the World

  • A07 (Aula 5): Social Media Communication & Finance

  • A08 (Aula 6): Pre / post 2008 crisis

Day 2 - Tuesday 13th of June 2023

Parallel Track B

08:30 - 10:00

  • B01 (Aula 1): Financial instruments in Risk

  • B02 (Aula 3): Finance in Europe

  • B03 (Aula 4): Gender Behaviour in the financial world 

  • B04 (Aula 7): Acquisitions

  • B05 (Aula 10): Banking and Financial Services

  • B06 (Aula 11): Corporate Governance II

  • B07 (Aula 5): Performance Analysesis

  • B08 (Aula 6): Sustainable and Social Investing

Coffee Break

10:00 - 10:30 (Caffee Letterario)

Parallel Track B

10:30 - 12:00

  • B09 (Aula 1): Ventures

  • B10 (Aula 3): Diversity in Religiosity & Age

  • B11 (Aula 4): ESG 

  • B12 (Aula 7): New technologies in Economics and Finance

  • B13 (Aula 10): Bubbles & Shocks

  • B14 (Aula 11): Social Media & Networks: Large influences on finance?

  • B15 (Aula 5): Corporate governance: CEOs

  • B16 (Aula 6): International Stock Markets and Countries

Keynote Speech

12:00 - 13:30 (Aula Magna)

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Professor Paul Krugman

INTRODUCED BY: Manuchehr Shahrokhi

Lunch

13:30 - 14:30 (Caffee Letterario)

Parallel Track B

14:30 - 16:00

  • B17 (Aula 1): Focusing on the US

  • B18 (Aula 3): The Banking Industry

  • B19 (Aula 4): Risk Management 

  • B20 (Aula 7): Panel Session: Behavioural use of PE ratio. Can PE forward be a solution?

  • B21 (Aula 10): Climate Risk

  • B22 (Aula 11): Measurements and tools for strategic investing

  • B23 (Aula 5): Decision Making

  • B24 (Aula 6): Different factors impacting investments and investors

Evening Event

18:00 - 20:30 (Santa Caterina Museum)

The Global Finance Soiree: A conversation on responsible agents in finance economics

INTRODUCES

Ms. Giorgia Meloni, Italian Prime Minister

Ms. Anna-Licia Balzan, Consul of Monaco

DISCUSSANTS

Paul Krugman, Nobel Laureate

Gianni De Nicolò, J. Hopkins University

Samuel Vigne, LUISS Business School

Andrea Cecchini, BCC P&R sgr

Francesco Vigoriti, FEED

Mario Moretti Polegato, GEOX

MODERATOR

Mr. Pierluigi Svaluto-Moreolo, DolomitiLifeTV

Gala Cocktails

20:30 - 22:00 (Santa Caterina Museum)

Day 3 - Wednesday 14th of June 2023

Parallel Track C
08:30 - 10:00

  • C01 (Aula 1): A subject of disagreements

  • C02 (Aula 3): Pollution

  • C03 (Aula 4): Valuations

  • C04 (Aula 7): Governments & Regulations

  • C05 (Aula 10): Everything to do with Real Estate

  • C06 (Aula 11): SMEs

  • C07 (Aula 5): CEO and Board Compensation

  • C08 (Aula 6): Investing

Coffee Break

10:00 - 10:30 (Caffee Letterario)

Parallel Track C
10:30 - 12:00

  • C01 (Aula 1): Family owned and small business

  • C02 (Aula 3): Panel Session: Sustainability, Green Fintech, and Green Real Estate: An Integrated Discussion

  • C03 (Aula 4): Demographics playing a role in Finance

  • C04 (Aula 7): COVID-19: what did it change?

  • C05 (Aula 10): Investing Methods

  • C06 (Aula 11): Blockchain a new tool in Finance

  • C07 (Aula 5): New Technologies

  • C08 (Aula 6): Social Finance

 

Featured Speaker

12:15 - 13:30 (Aula Magna)

Closing Session

13:30 - 14:00 (Aula Magna)

Prosecco Tour

14:00 - 18:00

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