Join us to better understand the tools you need to integrate environmental, social and governance (ESG) risk and opportunity management into your business strategy, performance management and disclosures!
This webinar builds on concepts outlined by the Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission (COSO) and the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) in their guidance Applying Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) to ESG-related risks.
The guidance is designed to help organizations respond to the increasing prevalence and severity of ESG-related risks, ranging from the global risks such as the current pandemic and extreme weather events to product safety recalls.
The session will consider factors impacting effective governance of ESG-related risks and their incorporation in business strategy, objectives and risk appetite. The session will also explore enhancements risk identification and assessment to address characteristics of ESG-related risks together with unpacking disclosure dilemmas and reporting challenges.
The session is conducted by Gordon Darling, Eleanor Leach & Luke Blower from WBCSD’s Redefining Value program.
About WBCSD and Business Environment Council Limited
WBCSD is a global, CEO-led organization of over 200 leading businesses working together to accelerate the transition to a sustainable world. FIBS is member of WBCSD’s Global Network of almost 70 national business councils.
Business Environment Council Limited (BEC) is an independent, charitable membership organisation, established by the business sector in Hong Kong. Since its establishment in 1992, BEC has been at the forefront of promoting environmental excellence by advocating the uptake of clean technologies and practices which reduce waste, conserve resources, prevent pollution and improve corporate environmental and social responsibility. BEC offers sustainable solutions and professional services covering advisory, research, assessment, training and award programs for government, business and the community, thus enabling environmental protection and contributing to the transition to a low carbon economy.
- We recommend representation from range of business areas, incl. Sustainability; Risk; Strategy; Operations; Risk owners; Compliance; Investor Relations; Finance.
- Previous understanding on the topic is not necessary.
The event is included in the FIBS membership fee.
If you have any questions, please feel fee to contact Gordon Darling: email@example.com.