ESG is becoming a main priority on the board agenda and is increasingly seen as imperative to long-term value creation for organisations.
During the first session of our #askKPMG webinar series we took a look at ESG through different lenses, with presenters from the Global KPMG network and guest panellists from Crown Dependencies businesses.
Watch the webinar replay and download the slides using the link below
The Session 1 Agenda
Simon Nicholas, Head of Clients & Markets
KPMG in the Crown Dependencies, Isle of Man
Earlier in the year, we launched KPMG Impact, bringing together new and existing ESG commitments under one umbrella. Simon took a walk through Our Plan, taking a look at how large organisations are adapting as the world rapidly changes… don’t get left behind.
Sophie Heading, Global Geopolitics Lead
KPMG International, London
By joining the dots between the macro political trends and pressing challenges in different sectors, Sophie helped identify the 'now what' of geopolitics for global businesses through strategic scenario planning, due diligence and geopolitical risk management.
Harry Briggs, Associate Director
KPMG in the Crown Dependencies, Jersey
Regulation is coming, if you are still not convinced, governments and regulators are going to force businesses to take notice via the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (“TCFD”).
The Panel Discussion
The market is immature and inconsistent, greenwashing is a real thing, thus for those investing in ESG, what should they look out for?
Chaired by: Simon Nicholas, Head of Clients & Markets - KPMG in the Crown Dependencies, Isle of Man
KPMG Panellist: Rachid Frihmat, Director - KPMG in the Crown Dependencies, Guernsey
KPMG Panellist: Harry Briggs, Associate Director - KPMG in the Crown Dependencies, Jersey
KPMG Panellist: Sophie Heading, Global Geopolitics Lead - KPMG International, London
Guest Panellist: Patrick Thomas, Head of ESG Investments - Canaccord Genuity, London
Guest Panellist: David Bushe, Director - Ravenscroft, Isle of Man