How will the TCFD requirements affect your business? 

Date: June 5th, 2018

Investors are pushing companies to plan for climate change risks and report publicly on how they are doing so. A high-profile, market-driven example is the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosure (TCFD). 


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Watch this webinar to hear from Bloomberg, ABN AMRO, ING,  Zurich Insurance, and NRG Energy and find out:

  • To what extent the TCFD is changing business as usual and the role of corporate sustainability teams
  • How the TCFD is influencing the perspective of materiality and risk management
  • The challenges associated with identifying, assessing and reporting on climate-related risk
  • How new forms of technology and data analytics can help to overcome these challenges
  • The Speakers

    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.

    Do you need to get a handle on the material issues in your business? Would you like a faster, cost-efficient and more objective way to monitor and assess material risks? Take a look at the seven tips to the perfect materiality analysis.

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