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ESG Risk: The threats and opportunities
- April 2024

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Date

Wednesday 24 April 2024

Time

9.30 – 13.30

Venue

On-line Training session

Organiser

Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales (‘ICAEW’) in association with NEDA

Price

NEDA member rate: £450 + VAT (contact: admin@nedaglobal.com to get the member voucher code)

Directors need to act now to recognise sustainability as a fundamental element of their stewardship and fiduciary role within a company. Sustainability is central to corporate competitiveness and a company’s continued ability to operate.

Consistent with their fiduciary duties the company directors must provide their investors with greater transparency into how the company is addressing environmental and social trends, including meeting changes in stakeholder expectations.

Environmental, Social, and Governance (‘ESG’) concerns, are increasingly positioned at the top of board agendas and challenges, especially at the most progressive companies.

Areas covered include:

  • What a board member needs to know about sustainability, based on the international standards and frameworks.
  • The ESG agenda and what it means for boards - with guest speakers with practical experience drawn from Corporate Board members, specialist advisors and the ICAEW Sustainability Group.
  • ESG threats and opportunities - the risk, assurance and reporting cycle with consideration of the corporate risk profile and assessing the bigger picture; Assurance mapping to get the best view of how ESG risks are being tackled; The effective use of monitoring and reporting – moving from messaging to living your values.

Learning outcomes:

  • Consideration of the board level input needed to the identification and management of the ESG risks posed by fast moving environmental and societal developments.
  • How to gauge and deal with changing stakeholder expectations.
  • The ability to integrate ESG risks into the broader Enterprise Risk Management practices.
  • How to promote measurement and disclosure of meaningful ESG information which enables management and the board to assess the overall resource needs, effective capital allocation and the resilience and competitive advantage needed by the company.

Feedback from previous sessions

“The overall course content and approach exceeded my expectations”

“The flow, structure and logic of the training session were excellent”

“There were a lot of practical examples and improvement ideas that could be followed up”

“The four trainers brought the session to life and were very knowledgeable about the subject matter, especially breaking down each element of E,S,G?”

To see further details of the course, follow the link. NEDA members are eligible for the ICAEW member rate.

 

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