Join this webinar to hear different stakeholders’ perspective on what they think a robust materiality analysis looks like, and how to define materiality in a way that works for your company.
Materiality of non-financial issues will be front and center in defining corporate accountability, risk identification, and strategy in 2019. Join this webinar to hear why.
The Six UNEP FI Responsible Banking Principles consultation has been launched in November 2018 in Paris. Join our webinar to discuss these developments and implications for the financial services sector.
Is your risk radar robust enough to face the rise of ESG regulations? Learn how to monitor non-financial risks with Paul Sobel (COSO), Susanne Stormer (Novo Nordisk), and Evan Harvey (Nasdaq).
This webinar explores how the TCFD requirements impact your business’ non-financial disclosure and influencing the perspective of materiality and risk management.
There’s a new way to do materiality analyses, and it will change the way you work forever. In this webinar we present Datamaran 4’s Materiality Application.
This webinar gives insight into why stock exchanges are driving the demand for transparency, and how your company can capitalize on the opportunity that the SDGs present.
In this webinar, you’ll gain insight into why a more integrated business model is necessary to ensure resilience and how big data analytics can help.
To which extent are new technologies and Artificial Intelligence tools changing corporate sustainability? Susanne Katus gives her insights in this webinar hosted by BrownFlynn.
How can companies demonstrate to investors their commitments to the SDGs? Which information does the investor community require from company reporting?
Learn from this webinar how you can move from a once-a-year materiality assessment to a more continuous, evidence-based approach with Datamaran.
Are the SDGs attainable? And if so, which obstacles do business need to overcome to seize the opportunity? How can companies leverage technology to make the SDGs actionable?
In this webinar, we discussed what diversity and inclusion mean in the context of business and how does this reality interact with the different expectations of investors, regulators, and the public.