The Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) landscape has shifted significantly, with a maturing regulatory environment, more mandatory disclosures and increased stakeholder scrutiny. As consumers, investors, employees and regulators demand action, Boards must take note.
This year, the Chartered Governance Institute’s annual ESG Summit will explore how Governance sits at the heart of ESG – how the ‘G’ in ESG underpins and facilitates the ‘E’ and the ‘S’. Governance professionals are instrumental in supporting their organisations to meet ESG requirements and tackle the underlying environmental and social challenges.
Hear from a variety of cross-sectoral speakers who have both expertise and experience in finding solutions to questions such as:
How can organisations contend with a fragmented regulatory environment and comply with ESG regulations globally? How have companies fared with the first rounds of mandatory ESG reporting, and what does this mean for the boardroom? What should organisations do to protect themselves from greenwashing accusations and ensure that their disclosures are consistent, fair and not misleading?
By attending this Summit in person, you will have the chance to extend your understanding of ESG across keynote presentations, panels and case studies, to network with your colleagues and peers, and to find out:
Thursday 27 April 2023
Novotel London West,
Hotel & Convention Centre,
One Shortlands, Hammersmith