Yseop Announces The Expansion Of Its Strategic Committee To Further Accelerate Growth

Erwin Oropesa

PARIS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–October 13, 2020–

Yseop, a pioneer in Natural Language Generation (NLG) and world-leading AI software company, today announces the expansion of its Strategic Committee. In this Covid 19 economic context, Yseop’s growth has been fueled by the strong demand from companies for report automation technology to gain in efficiency while lowering their costs, both in the finance industry and the pharmaceutical industry. The rich experience of its new members will allow Yseop to benefit from additional strategic support to keep growing in Europe and the US.

New Strategic Committee members:

  • Benoît Claveranne, CEO at AXA International & New Markets – With 18 years of successfully planning, advising and execution of ambitious and innovative commercial plans across the globe in a variety of organizations, from small firms to multinationals and governments, Benoît brings his hands-on experience and strategic thinking to the committee.
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UAE News: Dubai Business Conditions Improve as Coronavirus Cases Spike

Erwin Oropesa
U.A.E. Financial Markets Following Veil Lift on Debt

Photographer: Christopher Pike/Bloomberg

Business conditions in Dubai improved for the third straight month in September even as a renewed spike in coronavirus cases poses a threat to the city’s recovery.

Non-oil private sector activity in the Middle East’s business hub fared better amid a rise in activity and new business, according to IHS Markit. Its Purchasing Managers’ Index rose to 51.5 last month from 50.9 in August, remaining above the 50 mark that separates contraction from growth.

Dubai business conditions improve amid recovery from coronavirus shock
  • Employment declined at the slowest in seven months, as business expectations improved slightly
  • The pace of new business was faster than in August and demand growth was at a 10-month high
  • A sharp increase in new orders seen in the wholesale and retail sector; construction work experienced “a modest rise”
  • The travel and tourism sector continued to decline, but at the slowest pace since February
  • Expectations of further growth were
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ESG Investing Will Not Grow Successfully Without Global Data Standards And Regulations, Says OECD

Erwin Oropesa

The interest and growth in sustainable investing is an area that appears to have gained greater momentum since the COVID-19 crisis. The buzz in political and business circles is all about making our society more resilient and better equipped to deal with global crises.

It is as much about your personal health, as it is about the health of your wealth, and the health of your community, the company you work for, the government, and our planet. As important, it is about making our global village more resilient to crises that affect us all.

Last week, the OECD released its 2020 business and finance outlook report, Sustainable and Resilient Finance. The reports delivers a consequential and timely conclusion: ESG scoring and reporting has the potential to unlock a significant amount of information on the management and resilience of companies, but will require agreed global

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