Conference Organizers and Sponsors

Link Campus University is an Italian university located in Rome, Italy. Founded in 1999, it was the first foreign university authorized to operate in Italy. Link Campus is a small-scale university with a strong international vocation. Its primary ambition is to educate and form professionals capable of responding to the challenging demands of the changing world.

The Second University of Naples was founded in 1989 and nowadays has more than 30000 students of different levels studying on numerous specialties. It has strong research base in economics, accounting, and corporate governance mostly tied to the Department of Economics.

The publishing house “Virtus Interpress” offers the expertise and global perspectives in corporate governance. “Virtus Interpress” publishes four journals in corporate governance and regulation, book series, acts as co-organizer of international conferences and seminars.

Financial Reporting provides a forum for quality research contributions with theoretical, practice and policy implications using either quantitative or qualitative research methodologies, with the particular objective to promote an European debate among scholars.

Established in 2010, International Center for Banking and Corporate Governance is a research institute at the Ukrainian Academy of Banking of the National Bank of Ukraine. The Center has a wide portfolio of research in the banking and corporate governance areas. The Center has more than 80 participants from more than 25 countries.