The increased risk to the business of ESG issues has led to a focus on the disclosure and ultimately data behind impacts. Learn how to accurately report impact and disclose future risks and opportunities
Data needs to be financially material, robust and comparable to be useful for investors. What data to investors want? What does this mean to the data that you collect and manage as a sustainability practitioner?
Moderator: Rachel Guthrie Head of ESG Reporting & Impact Measurement TD Bank
Sandra Nessing Managing Director, Corporate Sustainability American Electric Power
Anne van Riel Head of Sustainable Finance Americas ING
Tjeerd Krumpelman Head of Reporting & Stakeholder Engagement ABN AMRO
Guillaume L. Mascotto V.P., Head of ESG & Investment Stewardship American Century Investments
The TCFD recommendations will change sustainability reporting. It will add further pressure on companies to disclose ESG data – and thus enabling the market to arrive at a more informed view on how climate change will impact different businesses and sectors. Learn how companies are navigating the impending change
Moderator: Mardi McBrien Managing Director CDSB
Hui Wen Chan Vice President, Corporate Sustainability Citi
Jane Thostrup Lead Research Center for ESG Research
Measurement of ESG data isn’t an exact science. The amount of data sets available coupled with different information requests and an increased need to be transparent leads to headaches. Discover how to navigate the data measurement challenge and understand what ESG data is material – should we only be focusing on ESG issues that are financially material?
Moderator: Hanna Värttö Head of Investments and Climate Change South Pole
Hakon Mattson Director of Sustainability Anthem
Davida Heller Vice President, Corporate Sustainability Citi
Robert Fernandez Director of ESG Research Breckinridge Capital Advisors
Brian Rice Portfolio Manager Calstrs
A holistic view of a business, not just a financial one, is driving investment decisions and the long-term future of businesses. Sustainability reporting & external pressure to disclose is providing genuine value to business strategy by demonstrating company resilience to risk, ROI of sustainability initiatives and the steps the company is making towards 2030 targets. Hear what role reporting is playing in moving towards a long-term sustainable, inclusive economic model.
Moderator: Paula Luff Director of Sustainability & Impact Inherent Group
Erika Karp CEO Cornerstone Capital
Laura Palmeiro Senior Advisor UN Global Compact
Shaheen Contractor Intelligence Analyst Bloomberg
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