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Isabelle Chaboud

Isabelle Chaboud

Professeur associé d’analyse financière, d’audit et de risk management, Grenoble École de Management (GEM)

Isabelle Chaboud est professeur associé au département Gestion Droit Finance de Grenoble Ecole de Management. Elle enseigne en audit, comptabilité de gestion, comptabilité internationale, comptabilité approfondie, comptabilité créative et communication financière en français et en anglais dans le programme Grand Ecole et au sein de Grenoble Graduate School of Business. Avant de rejoindre Grenoble Ecole de Management en 2001, Isabelle a travaillé pendant 7,5 ans pour PriceWaterhouseCoopers à Lyon, France où elle était manager en audit financier. Elle avait des clients dans diverses industries et dans les services. Elle faisait partie de l’équipe d’Audit Interne Européen de PwC et a travaillé à ce titre en Espagne (Madrid) et au Portugal (Lisbonne). Isabelle enseigne à Grenoble École de Management au sein des programmes internationaux en Master in International Business (MIB), MBA, MBA Executive, MSc in Finance et dans divers programmes sur mesure en Executive Education.

Depuis 2007 Isabelle est responsable de tous les modules de comptabilité internationale pour les MBA, MIB et pour trois modules en MSc in Finance: Accounting and Financial Statement Analysis, Audit & Risk Management and Advanced Financial Statement Analysis. Elle enseigne à Grenoble, Londres, Paris, Berlin, Marrakech, Moscou, Tbilissi (Georgie) et Singapour. Elle est intervenue en Iran en décembre 2015. Isabelle a vécu un an aux États-Unis, un an en Espagne, deux ans en Allemagne et réside au Royaume-Uni depuis Août 2014. Elle a été diplômée de Sup de Co Grenoble in 1992 et de l’International Teachers Programme (ITP) délivré par HEC Executive Education, Paris en Juin 2014 .

Five trends shaping the luxury industry after the Covid-19 crisis

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On May 2, 2018, after the announcement of the results for the first quarter of 2018, Teslas stock fell by 6%, showing the limits of the super powers of Elon Musk. Is reality finally catching up? Elon Musk, human after...

Hermès: behind the scenes of the French luxury gem

Jul 11, 2017 20:03 pm UTC| Insights & Views Business

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Politics

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