The annual The Future of ESG Data conference returns for its fourth year, arriving on the 16th of October 2023 in London.
Building on the enormous popularity of last year's event, The Future of ESG Data conference returns as a central source of discussion and learning for the rapidly evolving ESG Data industry. This 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.
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Some of the key areas of discussion include:
Industry responses to the new SEC disclosure regulations
Standardized framework for ESG reporting
Current political and legal landscape for ESG
Investor insights on emerging disclosure regulations and standards
How are corporates building ESG reporting strategies?
The role of ESG data in the transition to net zero
We are proud that over 60% of delegates who attend this conference are from corporates and financial institutions.
Shaping the future of ESG data
ESG Data EMEA 2022 – video interviews
A 'mistake' for regulators to homogenise ESG ratings
Regulators risk stifling market innovation by standardising ESG ratings, and instead should focus on improving transparency, ESG Book's Leon Saunders Calvert tells Genevieve Redgrave
Sustainable bond impact reports 'still lack comparability'
Bond issuers 'should do more' to align with impact reporting frameworks, an Environmental Finance webinar heard. Ahren Lester reports
Take ESG ratings with a pinch of salt, says Stewart Investors
Reliance on 'meaningless' ESG ratings could jeopardise the credibility of sustainable finance, Stewart Investors tells Genevieve Redgrave
Sneak peek: The CBI's resilience taxonomy blueprint
The Climate Bonds Initiative's blueprint is intended to provide a practical tool for financial markets to intensify their focus on adaptation and resilience investments, writes Ahren Lester
ESG-dilutive acquisitions becoming a 'deal-breaker'
M&A deals are no longer just about earnings per share, Trisha Taneja tells Ahren Lester
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