New Realities of Risk Management: Integrating ESG into ERM
Date: October 2nd, 2017
21st century business models are drastically changing. You face a rising demand for more extensive corporate governance information, and a wider set of stakeholders expect insight on a company’s strategic direction. Meanwhile, technological innovation continues to disrupt your industry.
These trends are transforming systems of management, and fundamentally altering the way your company engages with and is perceived by stakeholders. This revolution requires a more integrated, data-centric and continuous response from business.
In this webinar, we explore the new realities that your company has to address. You’ll gain insight into why a more integrated business model is necessary to ensure resilience and how big data analytics and technology can help.
- Antoni Ballabriga, Global Head of Responsible Business, BBVA
- Sandy Nessing, Managing Director Corporate Sustainability, AEP
- Rane Ramchandra, Associate VP of Marketing & Supply Chain, Mahindra Sanyo Special Steel
- Maeva Devienne, Director of Customer Success, Datamaran
- Donato Calace, Director of Innovation, Datamaran (Moderator).
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Since 2013, there has been a 72 percent increase of the number of recorded regulations concerning non-financial issues. There are now more than 4,000 non-financial regulatory initiatives – current and draft – that need to be considered. And this trend looks set to continue.
According to the The World Economic Forum’s (WEF) Global Risks Report 2018 four of the top five risks are societal or environmental and include extreme weather events, water crises, natural disasters and failure of climate change mitigation and adaptation. Material issues have significant implications for a company’s risks and opportunities, making them critical elements for decision making and strategy setting.
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