Submitted by Reuters Events Sustainable Business
Investor interest in ESG performance is fast becoming mainstream. ESG risks now account for four of the five top business risks according to the WEF 2018 global risks report.
Increasingly investors are using ESG information to help determine future investment decisions. But what does this mean for you and your company’s disclosures?
Ethical Corporation have just published a 10-page management report with expert response and analysis to provide comprehensive insight into ESG disclosures fit for investors, including:
The ratings agency conundrum: confusion around the data
The quest for standardization: comparable, consistent data on sustainability risks
Closing the gap – more transparency around ESG
More board oversight of ESG
Reporting framework harmonization
CEO, DSM North America
Director of Research, USSIF
Managing Director of Corporate Sustainability, American Electric Power
Head of Research, Sustainalytics
Head of CSR, Walgreen Boots Alliance
ESG Product Manager, Bloomberg
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