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Panel discussion: Green and Sustainable Finance

This orientation toward green and sustainable finance is driven by the desire to ensure that the profits realized and distributed today, do not comprise the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. Financial Institutions looking to set an example with regards to their Environmental, Society, and Governance (ESG) responsibilities should start by defining a common ‘Green & Sustainable’ assessment framework

Join us at our Panel conversation to discuss how we can address real business problems and deliver tangible value with openness, speed, agility, and scalability.

Key Discussion highlights include: -

- Board & Senior Management oversight – “Tone from the Top”
- Corporate Planning – scenarios, measurement models & financial projections
- Environmental Risk Control Cycle – identification, assessment, monitoring, control & mitigation
- Product & Services – corporate & trade finance, insurance, investments, funding
- Performance & Human Capital – thresholds & triggers, training & development
- External Market Engagement – disclosures & communications
Recorded Aug 17 2021 41 mins
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James Clarke, SAS | Michael Monteforte, KPMG Advisory (HK) Limited | Gemini Yang, KPMG Advisory (HK) Limited
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