The Impact of Math: The Social Dimension

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Bonnie-Lyn de Bartok, Founder & CEO of The S Factor Co., a MacCormick Inc. company.

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Bonnie Lyn recently presented a TEDx Talk at the Fields Institute for Mathematical Sciences at the University of Toronto where she discussed The Impact of Math. Her firm, The S Factor Co., supplies data and market insight on the Social Factors™ for ESG and Impact Investing; an area Ms. de Bartok has specialized in for over two decades around the globe. The presentation is a deep dive into the Social Factors™ or the “S in ESG™” and its power of influence and performance in the realm of ESG considerations. Key take a way’s for participants: • The Information Gap • Unstructured Data Sources • Standardization • Materiality • Regulation • Value Recognition • Integration • Quantitative Modelling • Market signals Bonnie-Lyn de Bartok, BA, MCBA Bonnie-Lyn is the Founder and CEO of The S Factor Co., a MacCormick Inc. company. She brings over two decades of Social Impact, International Business, Finance and Technology background to the leadership of MacCormick Inc. and The S Factor Co. Bonnie Lyn has won several entrepreneurial and technology awards, led the creation of both firms, expanding globally and has worked across 57 countries, and has led the creation of several proprietary products including the MSPI™ and the S Factor™ Solutions. Her company has developed and is bringing to market, a proprietary algorithm and index that measures corporate social impact against, international standards, public sentiment and financial performance. She is a widely acknowledged expert and much sought after speaker on social impact and risk issues, and is a graduate from Saint Mary’s University, in International Development Studies (Development Economics) and International Politics, Marketing, Finance and Micro-computer Technology. ***Correction*** Note: quotes 260 million people were involuntarily resettled as a result of industry – migrant workers subject to forced labour – source: ILO stats, I said 260 million a day / I meant 260 million a year.

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