Universidad Europea de Valencia participates in a round table on Socially Responsible Investment

Fernándo Ibáñez, Universidad Europea de Valencia alumnus, now a Graduate student in Managing Boards and Good Government Accreditation, has taken part in the Seminar on the contributions of socially responsible investment using the economic sustainability model , organized by Bankia.

As part of SPAINSIF Week, the Spanish Socially Responsible Investment (SRI) forum was held at the Bankia headquarters and titled “Contributions of Socially Responsible Investment Using the Economic Sustainability Model”. The Universidad Europea de Valencia attended the talk as well as Fernando Ibáñez, a graduate of the Bachelor's Degree in Business Management and Entrepreneurship, now a Graduate student in Managing Boards and Good Government Accreditation at the Universidad Europea de Valencia.

Fernando Ibáñez is an expert on matters related to business sustainability based on ethical and human values and the compatibility of economic profit and social and environmental responsibility. Both of these matters are thoroughly covered in the Graduate degree in Managing Boards and Good Government Accreditation at the Universidad Europea de Valencia. He was joined in the discussion by David Menéndez, Bankia's director of Corporate Social Responsibility, and María Ángeles Fernandez, professor of Financial Economics and Accounting. The moderator was Francisco Javier Garayoa, director of SPAINSIF.

Usually held in Madrid, Barcelona, or Zaragoza, this was the first time that these seminars had been held in Valencia.