300 CEOs, investors and heads of business to shape the future of ESG reporting in October

SOURCE: ETHICAL CORPORATION

The importance of sustainability reporting and ESG disclosures is increasing across the globe. Investors, NGOs and other key stakeholders are requesting greater transparency and disclosure on both current and future impacts.

The world’s leading Sustainability Reporting and Communications Summit – moving to its new home in Amsterdam, Netherlands – will focus on how companies can fully assess and report their impacts across their whole operations – both now and in the future. Over 300 CEOs, business leaders, investors, Government representatives and NGOs will share the latest reporting and communications strategies that are shaping the future of responsible business.

Key themes include:

  • Shape future strategies through full-impact assessments: Develop systems and strategies that provide holistic assessments on current and future impacts
  • Investor preference: Report accurate data, demonstrate long-term value and deliver ESG disclosures fit for Investors
  • Robust climate-related disclosure: Engage key stakeholders on future climate risks and opportunities through TCFD-driven reporting
  • Impact-driven communications: Demonstrate leadership and build trust through transparent, impact-driven communications
  • Navigate the reporting maze: Identify which guidelines, indices and frameworks are most important to your key stakeholders

 

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2019 confirmed speakers include:

  • Paul Druckman, Chairman, World Benchmarking Alliance
  • Richard Flint, CEO, Yorkshire Water
  • Frances Way, Chief Strategy Officer, CDP
  • Richard Batten, Global Chief Corporate Responsibility Officer, JLL
  • Tony Henshaw, Chief Sustainability Officer, Aditya Birla Group
  • Tjeerd Krumpelman, Head of Reporting & Stakeholder Engagement, ABN AMRO
  • Hilde Blomme, Deputy CEO, Accountancy Europe
  • Michael Goebbels, Director Corporate Responsibility Strategy & Reporting, Metro
  • Janice Lao, Director Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability, The Hongkong and Shanghai Hotels
  • Andrew Wallis, Deputy CEO, Aroundtown
  • Anita McBain, Head of Responsible Investment, M&G
  • Nicoletta Heilsberger, Senior Manager Sustainability Positioning, Business and Human Rights, Siemens
  • Daria Goncharova, Chief Sustainability Officer and Head of Non-Financial Reporting, Polymetal International
  • Ulrika Hasselgren, Global Head of Sustainability & Impact Investment, Danske Bank

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For more information about the event contact:

Liam Dowd
Managing Director
Ethical Corporation
liam.dowd@ethicalcorp.com