The Big Question: Is governance blocking fintech’s growth?
In our latest virtual roundtable, speakers from Deloitte, Zafin, and Shearman & Sterling weigh in on the topic of governance and its place in fintech
American Media Coverage Secrets Revealed | Junaid Akram’s Podcast #163
Let’s welcome Babar Khan Javed, the Director of Public Affairs at Z2C and Pakistan’s leading investigative journalist in advertising. This podcast is filled with an enlightening and inspiring conversation that unveils the secrets of advertising and highlights Babar Khan’s remarkable journey and experiences. From uncovering marketing campaigns to discussing the importance of research, influencer hiring practices, and the factors behind the success of both Pakistani and Indian ads, we explore diverse topics such as effective publishing, risky stories, and fake social media followers.
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00:37 – Intro
00:43 – What is Advertising Journalism?
8:18 – Where Does Babar Khan Publish?
9:30 – Framing / Exposing Marketing Campaigns
17:00 – The Importance of Conducting Research Before Marketing
25:32 – How Advertising Agencies Hire Influencers
30:00 – Why do Pakistani ads suck?
49:05 – Why Are Indian Ads So Successful?
57: 00 – Effective Publishing
1:04:30 – Risky Stories That Babar Khan Covered
1:15:33 – Diversity in Advertisement (SPAC Strategy)
1:21:41 – Having Millions of Fake Following on Social Media
1:30:29 – Million Dollars Scam By Influencer
1:33:29 – PR / Talent Hunt Management in Pakistan
1:47:50 – How to Filter Audience
1:57:00 – How To Introduce Yourself
2:07:28 – The Back Bone of Babar Khan’s Success
2:11:00 – Junaid Akram School Project Story
2:13:30 – Education System International
2:15:42 – Investing in people
2:19:55 – Where do people make mistakes During Pitching
2:29:50 – Advice
2:40:29 – Outro
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The FinTech Imperative: Building Nature Positive Outcomes – Green Shoots Series, 7 April 2022
How can we ensure our next generation benefit from the wonders of nature and the ecosystem services it provides – from oceans and mountains to the animal kingdom? What actions can businesses take to protect our world and its biodiversity?
Nature loss poses both risks and opportunities for business, now and in the future. More than half of the world’s economic output – US$44tn of economic value generation – is moderately or highly dependent on nature.
The Task Force for Nature Related Financial Disclosures (TNFD) seeks to develop and deliver a risk management and disclosure framework for organisations to report and act on evolving nature-related risks, with the ultimate aim of supporting a shift in global financial flows away from nature-negative outcomes and toward nature-positive outcomes. In March 2022, the TNFD released a first beta version of the framework.
In this Green Shoots series event, hear from Darian McBain, Chief Sustainability Officer, MAS, in conversation with TNFD Executive Director Tony Goldner about the TNFD process, what they are hoping to achieve for nature, and updates on the Beta Framework. Tony will then be joined on stage by Herry Cho, Managing Director SGX, Head of Sustainability and Sustainable Finance, and Board member of the TNFD plus other guests to discuss nature related risks and the potential implications for the region.
Addressing the Big Questions: Data Governance, Privacy, and Cybersecurity in Health IT
Data currently ranks among the most valuable assets globally. To that end, there is no question that various levels of government as well as health care providers are uniquely challenged to protect the privacy of Canadians. This protection includes ensuring personal health information is stored, accessed, managed and shared safely for the right purpose, by the right person at the right time. In this session, a panel of experts will address some of the leading questions related to privacy, data governance and cybersecurity in Canadian digital health.
Jill Clayton, Information and Privacy Commissioner, Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Alberta
Deborah Prowse, Alberta Health Advocate, Alberta Health Advocates Office
Kevin Magee, National Director, Intelligent Cloud, Microsoft Canada
Eric Sutherland, Director, Information Management Strategy and Policy, Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care
Moderator: Abigail Carter-Langford, Executive Director, Health Information Governance & Chief Privacy Officer, Canada Health Infoway