A Roadmap to Meet Stakeholder Expectations

Thursday, May 5, 2022
10:00 am - 3:00 pm ET
Live, Online

It’s more important than ever to reassess your board’s processes and procedures for ESG oversight, address your gaps, and improve stakeholder communications around your efforts.

As scrutiny around how companies establish, communicate and meet ESG goals continues to escalate, its essential that directors know what’s expected—and what’s coming down the pike. Many expect that 2022 will be a watershed time for ESG, the year global financial regulators and voluntary standard frameworks converge around concrete measures to improve ESG data quality and disclosures. Are you ready?

Learn from current Board Directors and ESG Experts including:

Jamie Gorelick

Board Member, Amazon and Verisign

Witold Henisz

Deloitte & Touche Professor of Management and Founder, ESG Analytics Lab, The Wharton School, The University of Pennsylvania

John Roe

Managing Director and Head of Investment Stewardship (Americas), BlackRock

Melissa Waller

ESG and Sustainability Committee Chair, IperionX (formerly Hyperion Metals) President, AIF Institute

In a half day, the ESG Board Forum will help you and your board:

Respond to the growing demand for improved ESG practices and disclosures

Execute an integrated approach to environmental, social and governance related risks and opportunities

Deepen shareholder engagement and strengthen shareholder confidence

Identify and act on material risks and improve measurement of KPIs


Individual Rate

Session Recordings
$ 495
  • On-demand access to session recordings


CPE Credits Available

Participants will earn 4.0 CPE credit; Field of Study: Business Management & Organization

Please note that this is a Group Internet Based offering. The program level of this session is basic with no prerequisites or advance preparation required. In order to be awarded the full credits, you must respond to at least one polling question during each session.

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