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Two ESG Webinars Available Now

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How ESG Research Firms Evaluate Supply Chain Sustainability

Publicly traded companies are increasingly inundated with requests to publish environmental, social, and governance (ESG) data. The most influential requests are coming from organizations that directly participate in financial markets. An influential piece of this ESG Ecosystem is the organizations that develop and promote ESG disclosure guidance, frameworks, and/or standards. These organizations are sometimes referenced by the financial markets, governments, stock exchanges, or companies. Institutional customer demand for ESG information is rippling through entire supply chains, thereby impacting suppliers that are both publicly traded or privately held. In this webinar, learn the information various ESG firms are expecting companies to provide to demonstrate sustainable supply chain practices.

Speaker: Jessica Urdangarin, BrownFlynn, an ERM Group Company

Course Code: W22ESGR07
Approx. Run time: 58.14 minutes

Register for this webinar here.

How Your Company's ESG Data Can Be Used

Publicly traded companies are being increasingly inundated with requests to publish environmental, social, and governance (ESG) data. The most influential requests are coming from organizations that directly participate in financial markets. These can include large asset owners (e.g., CalPERS, NY State), asset managers (e.g., BlackRock, State Street) and specialized ESG research firms (e.g., MSCI, Sustainalytics). Institutional customer demand for ESG information is rippling through entire supply chains, thereby affecting both suppliers that are publicly traded and privately held. These converging developments create the need for companies to fully understand and strategically manage the disclosure of a new set of performance metrics.

Speakers include:

  • Sharon Basel, General Motors
  • Lee O'Dwyer, Bloomberg L.P.
  • Mike Wallace, BrownFlynn, an ERM Group Company

Course Code: W22ESGD07
Approx. Run time: 60.00 minutes

Register for this webinar here.