Roundtable II – The investor perspective on the future of ESG reporting

How should current ESG reporting practices evolve to better reflect the investors’ needs?

Wednesday February 21, 2018, 1:30 PM – 5:00 PM CET

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GRI, Barbara Strozzilaan 336, 1083 HN Amsterdam, Netherlands

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Join us in Amsterdam to discuss the challenges you face as leading investor to integrate ESG information in investment decision-making. The Materiality Roundtable Series is convened by Ceres, GRIYale University and WBCSD.

This event is part of the roundtable series on Materiality and Investor-relevant Sustainability Reporting and will take place on Wednesday 21 February in Amsterdam. There will be an opportunity to join the event via video-conference.

If you have some experience in, or understanding of, ESG integration or green finance, and are invested in the food and agriculture, or are considering investing in the sector, we invite you to join us in discussing how to advance ESG reporting and disclosure for more effective decision making.


PROGRAM:

Wednesday 21 February

Welcome by GRI and project presentation, Materiality Roundtable on Investor-Relevant Sustainability Reporting, by Eszter Vitorino, Head of Capital Markets Engagement unit, GRI

Empowering Sustainable Decisions by Tim Mohin, Chief Executive, GRI

Panel discussion: The investor perspective on the future of ESG reporting

Coffee break

Breakout session: Participants will discuss how they address the question of materiality into investment decision and how current ESG reporting practices should evolve to better reflect the investors’ needs.


Read more about the full Materiality Roundtable Series here.

Fee: The program is free of charge, you just need to cover your accommodation and transport for the event.

Please note that capacity is limited to 30 spaces. Investors who commit to attend at least 2 events (online & in-person) will have priority.

Please contact Riccardo Gorgoglione at gorgoglione@globalreporting.org with any questions.

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