Sustainability, policy, and finance leaders from Europe’s most innovative and sustainable brands will descend on London to learn how to shape their business strategy to excel in the new report era at Sustainability Reporting & Communications Europe [22-23 November, London]

Incoming regulation and standardisation of sustainability reporting is causing large scale disruption. 

The fast-paced progress shows the impetus to deliver sustainable change but issues regarding the clarity of information persist. Difficulties collecting quality, comparable and transparent data that leads to reliably informed investment decisions and portrays transparency to customers remain.

Differing global collection standards and capabilities combined with some metrics lacking long standing and commonly accepted definitions has made collecting sustainability data a difficult space to navigate. This is only intensified by the mounting pressure applied by key stakeholders – investors, customers and society  –  that demand material information that stands up to scrutiny and presented in a coherent, engaging format.

For Sustainability, Reporting & Communications Europe 2022 the industry leading speaker faculty includes:

  • Eelco van de Denden, CEO, GRI

  • Musidora Jorgensen, Chief Sustainability Officer, Microsoft

  • Magnus Billing, CEO, Alecta

  • Nicolette Bartlett, Chief Impact Officer, CDP

  • Mardi McBrien, Managing Director, IFRS

  • Ulrike Saprio, Chief Sustainability Officer, Henkel

  • Jane Goodland, Group Head of Sustainability, LSEG

  • Alison Rothnie, Head of Corporate Responsibility, Tesco

  • David Croft, Global Director Sustainability, Environment & Human Rights, Reckitt

  • Tiffany Chow, Head of Climate Change – Digital Impact & Sustainability, BT

  • And many more…

“We’re excited to be hosting this event again in person, in November. With so much change and increasing pressure in the ESG reporting and disclosure space it’s critical that senior corporate, investor and regulatory practitioners convene to share ideas and outline future strategies and investments. Across two-days we look forward to providing 300+ practitioners the opportunity to get to the crux of the issues through interactive sessions, deep-dive case studies and Chatham-House rules workshops,” said Liam Dowd, Managing Director – Sustainable Business, Reuters Events. 

More information about the event, agenda and speakers line up can be found here.

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