Environmental Finance is delighted to announce that our hugely successful annual conference The Future of ESG Data is now launching an Asia edition, arriving in Singapore on 14 November 2023.
Building on the enormous popularity of 2022’s London and Washington events, The Future of ESG Data conference is arriving in Singapore as a central source of discussion and learning for the rapidly evolving ESG Data industry. This unique one-day event will offer unrivalled insight from industry leading experts on all aspects of the industry.
Register to join us and be a part of the conversation on the future of ESG Data.
If you are interested in partnering with us for these events, please contact Bryn Hossack at firstname.lastname@example.org, to discuss your specific requirements and the opportunities available.
Some of the key areas of discussion include:
How are investors using ESG data for investment decisions?
Emerging developments in measuring the “S” pillar of ESG
Initiatives in developing nature-related and biodiversity investment data
The role of ESG data in the transition to net zero
How are corporates building ESG reporting strategies?
Investor insights on emerging disclosure regulations and standards
We are proud that over 60% of delegates who attend this conference are from corporates and financial institutions.
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