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TCFD Reporting in Private Equity: A Practitioner’s Guide to GP reporting

Join the PRI and industry guests for a webinar on September 10th 2020, which will explore the benefits and challenges of disclosing climate-related financial risk through TCFD reporting in private equity.
During this session, our guests will focus on each of the four elements of TCFD disclosure; governance; strategy; risk management; and metrics and targets.

This webinar follows from the recently launched PRI technical guide: TCFD for Private Equity General Partners, and will include content for GPs at all stages of TCFD reporting, from those yet to begin, to those more advanced.

Speakers include:
Emmanuel Parmentier, Partner, INDEFI
Cornelia Gomez, ESG Director, PAI Partners
Robert Sroka, ESG Director, Abris Capital Partners
Moderated by: Peter Dunbar, Senior Specialist, Private Equity, PRI
Recorded Sep 10 2020 61 mins
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