Investors are critical to helping accelerate the responsible business agenda. But what do investors really want? Learn how your company can improve its disclosure and engagement on ESG information?
The SDGs are a blueprint for national development. However, companies and investors are increasingly investing in new products, portfolios and partnerships that will help deliver the SDGs. Hear how leading corporates and investors are re-shaping strategies and investments around the SDGs.
Marilyn Ceci Managing Director, Head of Green Bonds JP Morgan
The interest from the investment community in ESG disclosures is growing at a rapid pace, with no sign of slowing down. The shift is requiring more parts of the organization to be involved, with levels of transparency being asked that simply wasn’t before. What do investors expect and how do all stakeholders push ESG disclosure forward?
Michael Garland Assistant Comptroller - Corporate Governance and Responsible Investment Office of New York City Comptroller
Matthew Welch President The SASB Foundation
Investors have limited data sets around ESG and the data sets they have often come from third parties which can lack comparability. Hear from heads of rating and ranking agencies on how they’re striving for greater comparability and transparency in their methods.
Moderator: Louis Coppola Co-Founder & Executive Vice President GA Institute
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?
Sandra Nessing Managing Director, Corporate Sustainability American Electric Power
Richard Ellis Head of Corporate Social Responsibility Walgreen Boots Alliance
Anne van Riel Head of Sustainable Finance Americas ING
Tjeerd Krumpelman Head of Reporting & Stakeholder Engagement ABN AMRO
In this deep-dive session understand what information ranking and ratings agencies are capturing, how it’s impacting investment decisions and how you can stand out from the crowd. Also, there’s opportunities to discuss ideas on how to simplify and address inconsistencies in the differing approaches.
Speaker TBC Moodys
Robert Dornau Director, Senior Manager Sustainabillity Services RobecoSAM
In this 90-120 minute workshop, Chatham-House rules workshop discussions will focus on:
Hui Wen Chan Vice President, Corporate Sustainability Citi
Mardi McBrien Managing Director CDSB
Investors demand more and more transparent disclosures. In this 90-120 minute workshop, Chatham-House rules workshop hear from investors, frameworks and corporates on:
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?
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
Hear from investors and corporates on how to transparently communicate a purpose-driven strategy that showcases climate resilience and delivers progress against the SDGs.
What is the best way to communicate your progress to different stakeholders on your ESG information?
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