Investors, from behemoth Vanguard, Block Rock and State Street, to a small family offices, equipped with such tools as Bloomberg, Thomson Reuters or MCSI analytics, estimate risks and earning potential of their investment targets by looking deeper into governance, social and environmental issues, or ESG factors. Moody's in October 2017 incorporated ESG factors into credit ratings.
As various environmental, social and governance or ESG issues become material to enterprises, usually "passive" investors exert their influence on Boards by demanding companies to be transparent in disclosing such risks. To address these new realities, Directors must acquire knowledge about sustainability and build ESG competencies.
Is your Board ESG-Competent?
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carbon projects: management & governance
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life cycle analysis
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THE PARTNERS EXPERTS
Where the Passion Meets the Expertise
Wanda Lopuch, Independent Corporate Director, CEO, combines 20+ years of international business experience with the UN ecosystem. A world expert in multicultural operations and global supply chains, Wanda brings ESGs (Environmental, Social and Governance) into company' strategy and SDG - Sustainable Development Goals into business.
Joyce, an experienced corporate board director in the banking sector and fintech. Joyce specializes in sustainability, diversification, ,compliance, relationship management and finance governance.
PAUL FODOR, PH.D.
Paul teaches and researches computer systems at Stony Brook University. He is a co-founder of Coherent Knowledge Systems, where he uses artificial intelligence (AI) and semantic technology to provide deep reasoning for knowledge management, financial, healthcare, security, and science sectors.