EAP ESG Advisory Webinar series #4, Disclosure and Transparency: Myanmar Experimental Adult Learning Training of Trainers

December 17, 2020

As part of the IFC - UN Sustainable Stock Exchanges Initiative collaboration, on December 17, the IFC East Asia and the Pacific (EAP) Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Advisory Program organized in Myanmar the first-ever country-based Experiential Adult Learning training-of-trainers (TOT) program on ESG Disclosure and Transparency (D&T). The training focused on showcasing different techniques for delivering interactive virtual training on disclosure and transparency with a smaller group of engaged trainers and adjusting to technical difficulties and time constraints during trainings in such formats. Pre-COVID such TOTs used to be delivered in 2 to 3 days set up.

The purpose of this training-of-trainers is to enhance the D&T knowledge and experiential adult learning capacities of facilitators, faculty and training managers in Myanmar. Twenty-two participants with a strong interest in helping companies attract capital and build resilient enterprises developed the knowledge base and skill sets needed to design and facilitate D&T programs that reflect international best practices adapted to emerging technologies and regional priorities.


About the Presenters:

Anar Aliyev

Corporate Governance Officer
East Asia & Pacific Corporate Governance Advisory Program
IFC Myanmar


Anne E. Molyneux

CS International


Bistra Boeva

International Economic Relations and Business Department
University for National and World Economic Studies (Sofia, Bulgaria)


Erik P.M. Vermeulen

Professor (Business and Financial Law)
Director (International Business Law program)
Tilburg University (Netherlands)


Ralitza Germanova

Corporate Governance Officer
International Finance Corporation


Mary Jo Larson

Senior Consultant
Stop-Winlock’s Corporate Governance/ESG Advisory, Knowledge and Learning Group



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