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Financial Markets & the Move Towards Responsible Capital Management

Posted On 11 Dec 2013
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Today stock exchanges on every continent have introduced sustainability listing requirements. This trend is only set to continue. Information about sustainability performance and impacts is not only useful to the organization in question or consumers demanding transparency; it is also vital to meet the demands of markets. Institutional investors use non-financial transparency as a proxy to the long-term viability and profitability of business. Find out how the financial markets are making strides to regulate this practice and how your business can best prepare. 

Speakers Include:

Susan McGeachieSusan McGeachie, Market Leader, Climate Change & Sustainability Services,
Ernst & Young, Canada (M)

Adam KanzerAdam Kanzer, Managing Director & General Counsel,
Domini Social Investments, USA

Barbara PomfretBarbara Pomfret, Senior Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) Analyst,
Bloomberg LP, USA

Desiré CarrollDesiré Carroll, Senior Technical Manager – IFRS & Sustainability,
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), USA

Jennifer CoulsonJennifer Coulson, Manager of Shareholder Engagement,
British Columbia Investment Management Corp. (bcIMC), Canada

Tags: Transparency, Corporate Sustainability / CSR

 

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