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Conference Agenda

07:30 - 09:00
REGISTRATION, EXHIBITION & WELCOME COFFEE
08:45 - 09:00
Welcome speech

Ethical Corporation Ed Long Project Director Ethical Corporation

09:00 - 10:15
Framework Keynote: Collaboration within reporting frameworks

With so many options available to reporters from the IIRC, GRI to SASB, CDP, SDGs… is further collaboration between frameworks required, what impact are the SDGs having on how the existing frameworks are viewed - are we seeing a shift in accreditation and the beginning of the end of commercial frameworks?

GRI Tim Mohin Chief Executive GRI

International Integrated Reporting Council Richard Howitt CEO International Integrated Reporting Council

CDP Paul Simpson CEO and Co-Founder CDP

Moderator: B. Accountability Helle Bank Jorgensen CEO B. Accountability

10:15 - 11:00
CFO Keynote: Assessing the shifting role of CFOs in Sustainability Reporting

With the increased need for the non-financial to be financial, how is this impacting the role of the CFO and why the shift towards monetising sustainability is good news.

The Crown Estate Kate Bowyer CFO The Crown Estate

Yorkshire Water Liz Barber Group Director of Finance Yorkshire Water

Moderator: Datamaran Marjella Alma CEO & Co-Founder Datamaran

11:00 - 11:30
EXHIBITION & NETWORKING COFFEE BREAK
11:30 - 12:30
Total Impact Keynote: Portraying your total impact through your report

The challenge for companies is to convey non-financial data as if they were financial with the aim of building trust and brand reputation among stakeholders. Learn how leading companies are quantifying and reporting their environmental and social economics.

Landsec Caroline Hill Head of Sustainability Landsec

Puma Stefan Seidel Head of Corporate Sustainability, Puma

Siemens Markus Strangmüller Vice President of Sustainability - Business to Society Siemens

Moderator: Datamaran Marjella Alma CEO & Co-Founder Datamaran

12:30 - 12:45
Peer to Peer discussions

Innovative ways to quantify and report on your social and environmental data showing the value of your company’s impact

12:45 - 14:00
EXHIBITION & NETWORKING LUNCH BREAK
14:00 - 15:00
One report, many audiences: the challenge of producing a sustainability report

Producing a report for different stakeholders poses a challenge, investors want something different to your customers. Meet all their needs while still producing a report of value

Metro AG Michael Goebbels Director Corporate Responsibility, Strategy and Reporting Metro AG

Toyota Industries Katrien Rennemeier Senior Sustainability Advisor Toyota Industries

Hermes Investment Management Will Pomroy Responsible Investment Manager Hermes Investment Management

GSK Sarah Dyson Director of Corporate Responsibility and Corporate Reporting GSK

15:00 - 15:30
Communications and reporting in a digital world

Hear how to communicate your message and report through different, digital channels – engaging and building trust with your stakeholders through multiple platforms.

Virgin Media Katie Buchanan Head of Sustainability Virgin Media

Moderator: Connected Pictures Adam Penny Managing Director Connected Pictures

15:30 - 16:00
EXHIBITION & NETWORKING COFFEE BREAK
16:00 - 16:50
Data overload: what’s material?

With an abundance of data and different stakeholders requiring different information, how do you isolate the most relevant, reliable and compelling sets?

The Crown Estate Claudine Blamey Head of Sustainability and Stewardship The Crown Estate

UPS Peter Harris Director of Sustainability Europe UPS

NN Group Fleur Hudig Head of Corporate Citizenship NN Group

Maersk Lene Serpa Head of Sustainability Governance and Research Maersk

Moderator: South Pole Group Charles Henderson Corporate Climate Change Expert South Pole Group

16:50 - 17:20
Accurate, assured data

Quantifying social and environmental data isn’t an exact science.  How do you ensure the accuracy of your data, reply to stakeholder demand to look beyond traditional data sets and yet still include reliable, assured data in your report

Cambridge Institute for Sustainable Leadership Dr. Gemma Cranston Director - Natural Resource Security Portfolio Cambridge Institute for Sustainable Leadership

ING Sandra Schoonhoven Head Sustainability Programmes, Global Sustainability ING

17:20 - 18:00
Disclosure: traceability and transparency ahead of competitor advantage

Getting the balance right with the amount of quality data you share with stakeholders and competitors alike

Enel Giulia Genuardi Head of Sustainability Planning and Performance Management Enel

Moderator: UCD School of Business Donna Marshall Professor UCD School of Business

18:00 - 19:00
EXHIBITION & NETWORKING DRINKS RECEPTION
08:00 - 09:00
REGISTRATION, EXHIBITION & WELCOME COFFEE
09:00 - 10:00
Putting a value on your non-financial data

It's all about environmental and social economics; how do you incorporate non-financial data into your reporting and how to arrive at a meaningful value?

SSE George Cobb Group Sustainability Accountant SSE

AkzoNobel Chris Cook Global Sustainability Director AkzoNobel

BASF Christian Heller Senior Manager Corporate Sustainability Strategy BASF

Social Value UK Vincent Neate Board Member Social Value UK

Moderator: KPMG Paul Holland Director, UK Sustainability Reporting and Assurance KPMG

10:00 - 10:30
KPMG Announcement

Paul Holland, Director, UK Sustainability Reporting and Assurance, KPMG UK, presents the results of the 2017 KPMG Corporate Responsibility Reporting Survey. First published in 1993, the survey is one of the most in-depth and authoritative pieces of research on CR reporting available. This year, the survey focuses on emerging trends in CR reporting including climate-related financial disclosure, human rights and the Sustainable Development Goals.

KPMG Paul Holland Director, UK Sustainability Reporting and Assurance KPMG

10:30 - 11:00
EXHIBITION & NETWORKING COFFEE BREAK
11:00 - 11:30
SDG Keynote: Changing the reporting landscape

The SDGs have changed the game, they’ve provided clarity to sustainability strategy, a framework for reporters and the opportunity for much needed order in the accreditation landscape. But what exactly does this mean for the future of reporting, are the SDGs the singular framework to take forward?

VF Corporation Anna Maria Rugarli Sustainability & Responsibility Senior Director, EMEA VF Corporation

Aviva David Schofield Group Head of Corporate Responsibility Aviva

Moderator: B. Accountability Helle Bank Jorgensen CEO B. Accountability

11:30 - 12:30
Human Rights Reporting: Going beyond compliance

Just doing enough to be compliant is no longer enough to reflect a responsible business. How to engage your business on delivering not only on the data but a mindset to report on your human rights which shows leadership within the industry and tackles the problem of managing past your own operations.

Co-op Paul Gerrard Group Policy Director Co-op

Anglo American Jan Klawitter Principal, International Relations Anglo American

Ericsson AB Camilla Goldbeck-Löwe Corporate Responsibility Expert, Sustainability and Public Affairs Ericsson AB

Microsoft Michael Karimian Human Rights Program Manager Microsoft

Siemens Nicoletta Heilsberger Senior Manager Sustainability Management Siemens

Moderator: Co-op Paul Gerrard Group Policy Director Co-op

12:30 - 13:30
EXHIBITION & NETWORKING LUNCH BREAK
13:30 - 14:30
Glocalisation and communicating your sustainability success

Sustainability is more mainstream than it has ever been, what role does the report play in showcasing success back to the business. A global strategy with a local output is required.

ArcelorMittal Annie Heaton Head of Sustainable Development Reporting ArcelorMittal

Kellogg’s Rupert Maitland-Titterton Senior Director, Corporate Communications, Public Affairs & Sustainability, EMEA Kellogg’s

Vodafone Group Justine Harris Head of Corporate Transparency & Stakeholder Engagement Vodafone Group

Moderator: Ethical Corporation Liam Dowd Managing Director Ethical Corporation

14:30 - 15:30
Communicating your message to different key groups

There isn't a "one size fits all" approach. You’ve produced your report for different stakeholders, now what is the best way to communicate your message and ensure it is read by key audiences and informs future business strategy

William Jackson Food Group Dr. Gavin Milligan Group Sustainability Director William Jackson Food Group

ABN AMRO Tjeerd Krumpelman Head of Reporting & Stakeholder Engagement ABN AMRO

Nokia Tony D’Arcy Head of Corporate Responsibility Reporting Nokia

Dell Louise Koch Corporate Sustainability Lead EMEA Dell

Moderator: Sustainability Reports Nick De Ruiter Sustainability Reports

15:30 - 16:00
EXHIBITION & NETWORKING COFFEE BREAK
16:00 - 17:00
Closing Keynote: Utilising sustainability data to go beyond reporting and improve the business

Most successful businesses use their data and insights to improve their operations. Learn how you can use your sustainability report to improve the business.

Rolls Royce Declan Guerin CFO Rolls Royce

Covestro Eric Bischof VP Corporate Sustainability Covestro

Moderator: Natural Capital Coalition Mark Gough Executive Director Natural Capital Coalition

17:00
END OF CONFERENCE
07:30 - 09:00
REGISTRATION, EXHIBITION & WELCOME COFFEE
08:45 - 09:00
Welcome speech

Ethical Corporation Ed Long Project Director Ethical Corporation

09:00 - 10:15
Framework Keynote: Collaboration within reporting frameworks

With so many options available to reporters from the IIRC, GRI to SASB, CDP, SDGs… is further collaboration between frameworks required, what impact are the SDGs having on how the existing frameworks are viewed - are we seeing a shift in accreditation and the beginning of the end of commercial frameworks?

GRI Tim Mohin Chief Executive GRI

International Integrated Reporting Council Richard Howitt CEO International Integrated Reporting Council

CDP Paul Simpson CEO and Co-Founder CDP

Moderator: B. Accountability Helle Bank Jorgensen CEO B. Accountability

10:15 - 11:00
CFO Keynote: Assessing the shifting role of CFOs in Sustainability Reporting

With the increased need for the non-financial to be financial, how is this impacting the role of the CFO and why the shift towards monetising sustainability is good news.

The Crown Estate Kate Bowyer CFO The Crown Estate

Yorkshire Water Liz Barber Group Director of Finance Yorkshire Water

Moderator: Datamaran Marjella Alma CEO & Co-Founder Datamaran

11:00 - 11:30
EXHIBITION & NETWORKING COFFEE BREAK
11:30 - 12:30
Total Impact Keynote: Portraying your total impact through your report

The challenge for companies is to convey non-financial data as if they were financial with the aim of building trust and brand reputation among stakeholders. Learn how leading companies are quantifying and reporting their environmental and social economics.

Landsec Caroline Hill Head of Sustainability Landsec

Puma Stefan Seidel Head of Corporate Sustainability, Puma

Siemens Markus Strangmüller Vice President of Sustainability - Business to Society Siemens

Moderator: Datamaran Marjella Alma CEO & Co-Founder Datamaran

12:30 - 12:45
Peer to Peer discussions

Innovative ways to quantify and report on your social and environmental data showing the value of your company’s impact

12:45 - 14:00
EXHIBITION & NETWORKING LUNCH BREAK
14:00 - 15:00
One report, many audiences: the challenge of producing a sustainability report

Producing a report for different stakeholders poses a challenge, investors want something different to your customers. Meet all their needs while still producing a report of value

Metro AG Michael Goebbels Director Corporate Responsibility, Strategy and Reporting Metro AG

Toyota Industries Katrien Rennemeier Senior Sustainability Advisor Toyota Industries

Hermes Investment Management Will Pomroy Responsible Investment Manager Hermes Investment Management

GSK Sarah Dyson Director of Corporate Responsibility and Corporate Reporting GSK

15:00 - 15:30
Communications and reporting in a digital world

Hear how to communicate your message and report through different, digital channels – engaging and building trust with your stakeholders through multiple platforms.

Virgin Media Katie Buchanan Head of Sustainability Virgin Media

Moderator: Connected Pictures Adam Penny Managing Director Connected Pictures

15:30 - 16:00
EXHIBITION & NETWORKING COFFEE BREAK
16:00 - 16:50
Data overload: what’s material?

With an abundance of data and different stakeholders requiring different information, how do you isolate the most relevant, reliable and compelling sets?

The Crown Estate Claudine Blamey Head of Sustainability and Stewardship The Crown Estate

UPS Peter Harris Director of Sustainability Europe UPS

NN Group Fleur Hudig Head of Corporate Citizenship NN Group

Maersk Lene Serpa Head of Sustainability Governance and Research Maersk

Moderator: South Pole Group Charles Henderson Corporate Climate Change Expert South Pole Group

16:50 - 17:20
Accurate, assured data

Quantifying social and environmental data isn’t an exact science.  How do you ensure the accuracy of your data, reply to stakeholder demand to look beyond traditional data sets and yet still include reliable, assured data in your report

Cambridge Institute for Sustainable Leadership Dr. Gemma Cranston Director - Natural Resource Security Portfolio Cambridge Institute for Sustainable Leadership

ING Sandra Schoonhoven Head Sustainability Programmes, Global Sustainability ING

17:20 - 18:00
Disclosure: traceability and transparency ahead of competitor advantage

Getting the balance right with the amount of quality data you share with stakeholders and competitors alike

Enel Giulia Genuardi Head of Sustainability Planning and Performance Management Enel

Moderator: UCD School of Business Donna Marshall Professor UCD School of Business

18:00 - 19:00
EXHIBITION & NETWORKING DRINKS RECEPTION

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Event Presentations • Event Audio • On Demand Subscription

08:00 - 09:00
REGISTRATION, EXHIBITION & WELCOME COFFEE
09:00 - 10:00
Putting a value on your non-financial data

It's all about environmental and social economics; how do you incorporate non-financial data into your reporting and how to arrive at a meaningful value?

SSE George Cobb Group Sustainability Accountant SSE

AkzoNobel Chris Cook Global Sustainability Director AkzoNobel

BASF Christian Heller Senior Manager Corporate Sustainability Strategy BASF

Social Value UK Vincent Neate Board Member Social Value UK

Moderator: KPMG Paul Holland Director, UK Sustainability Reporting and Assurance KPMG

10:00 - 10:30
KPMG Announcement

Paul Holland, Director, UK Sustainability Reporting and Assurance, KPMG UK, presents the results of the 2017 KPMG Corporate Responsibility Reporting Survey. First published in 1993, the survey is one of the most in-depth and authoritative pieces of research on CR reporting available. This year, the survey focuses on emerging trends in CR reporting including climate-related financial disclosure, human rights and the Sustainable Development Goals.

KPMG Paul Holland Director, UK Sustainability Reporting and Assurance KPMG

10:30 - 11:00
EXHIBITION & NETWORKING COFFEE BREAK
11:00 - 11:30
SDG Keynote: Changing the reporting landscape

The SDGs have changed the game, they’ve provided clarity to sustainability strategy, a framework for reporters and the opportunity for much needed order in the accreditation landscape. But what exactly does this mean for the future of reporting, are the SDGs the singular framework to take forward?

VF Corporation Anna Maria Rugarli Sustainability & Responsibility Senior Director, EMEA VF Corporation

Aviva David Schofield Group Head of Corporate Responsibility Aviva

Moderator: B. Accountability Helle Bank Jorgensen CEO B. Accountability

11:30 - 12:30
Human Rights Reporting: Going beyond compliance

Just doing enough to be compliant is no longer enough to reflect a responsible business. How to engage your business on delivering not only on the data but a mindset to report on your human rights which shows leadership within the industry and tackles the problem of managing past your own operations.

Co-op Paul Gerrard Group Policy Director Co-op

Anglo American Jan Klawitter Principal, International Relations Anglo American

Ericsson AB Camilla Goldbeck-Löwe Corporate Responsibility Expert, Sustainability and Public Affairs Ericsson AB

Microsoft Michael Karimian Human Rights Program Manager Microsoft

Siemens Nicoletta Heilsberger Senior Manager Sustainability Management Siemens

Moderator: Co-op Paul Gerrard Group Policy Director Co-op

12:30 - 13:30
EXHIBITION & NETWORKING LUNCH BREAK
13:30 - 14:30
Glocalisation and communicating your sustainability success

Sustainability is more mainstream than it has ever been, what role does the report play in showcasing success back to the business. A global strategy with a local output is required.

ArcelorMittal Annie Heaton Head of Sustainable Development Reporting ArcelorMittal

Kellogg’s Rupert Maitland-Titterton Senior Director, Corporate Communications, Public Affairs & Sustainability, EMEA Kellogg’s

Vodafone Group Justine Harris Head of Corporate Transparency & Stakeholder Engagement Vodafone Group

Moderator: Ethical Corporation Liam Dowd Managing Director Ethical Corporation

14:30 - 15:30
Communicating your message to different key groups

There isn't a "one size fits all" approach. You’ve produced your report for different stakeholders, now what is the best way to communicate your message and ensure it is read by key audiences and informs future business strategy

William Jackson Food Group Dr. Gavin Milligan Group Sustainability Director William Jackson Food Group

ABN AMRO Tjeerd Krumpelman Head of Reporting & Stakeholder Engagement ABN AMRO

Nokia Tony D’Arcy Head of Corporate Responsibility Reporting Nokia

Dell Louise Koch Corporate Sustainability Lead EMEA Dell

Moderator: Sustainability Reports Nick De Ruiter Sustainability Reports

15:30 - 16:00
EXHIBITION & NETWORKING COFFEE BREAK
16:00 - 17:00
Closing Keynote: Utilising sustainability data to go beyond reporting and improve the business

Most successful businesses use their data and insights to improve their operations. Learn how you can use your sustainability report to improve the business.

Rolls Royce Declan Guerin CFO Rolls Royce

Covestro Eric Bischof VP Corporate Sustainability Covestro

Moderator: Natural Capital Coalition Mark Gough Executive Director Natural Capital Coalition

17:00
END OF CONFERENCE

Purchase the Post-Conference Materials

Event Presentations • Event Audio • On Demand Subscription