ESG Reporting & Disclosure

ESG Reporting & Disclosure
New course! Mandatory and voluntary ESG reporting has been growing year-on-year for the past decade, first in separate ESG reports but increasingly in the audited annual reporting cycle. Gain confidence in this rapidly evolving space of climate- and ESG-related reporting to support your organization's reporting requirements.
 
  Date:
June 30, 2022

  Time:
8:00 - 10:30 a.m. EDT
13:00 - 15:30 BST/GMT

  Presented By:
Tom Herbstein, Instructor and Advisor

  Session Length:
2.5  hours - Delivered live virtually and
recorded for those who cannot attend live

 

About This Course
 
Mandatory and voluntary ESG reporting has been growing year-on-year for the past decade, first in separate ESG reports but increasingly in the audited annual reporting cycle. How can risk professionals best use these types of reports? And how can they contribute to the reporting of their own organizations? This is a rapidly evolving space and risk managers would benefit from staying on top of how it develops.

This training enables risk professionals to use ESG reports and disclosures from other organizations, and to contribute to the ESG reports and disclosures of their own organizations. The training provides an overview of ESG reporting, the factors driving its growth, and the differences and similarities of various reporting initiatives. It also provides practical insight in what to expect from an ESG report: what should be included, how it should be structured, and what "good" looks like in terms of stakeholder engagement and communication.


Who Should Attend

 

  • Any finance professional interested in the impact the zero-carbon transition will have for the financial assets and the financial services sector

 

About Our Experts

  

Tom Herbstein has been at the helm of sustainable finance for over 15 years. This included managing ClimateWise, the largest global insurance industry network on climate change risk where he led industry-wide disclosure and climate risk research activities. He also supported early development of the Taskforce on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) including models to quantify physical, and transition risks for investment and lending portfolios.

Tom regularly advises global governments on green finance, fintech, and financial inclusion.




Continued Risk Learning Credits: 2.5

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Registration
 Membership Type Price
   
 Sustaining, Corporate, and RIM Members $199
 Contributing Member and Non Member $239

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When
6/30/2022 8:00 AM - 10:30 AM
Where
Live Virtual Course
 

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