ESG for Financial Services – how data is pivotal to your sustainability strategy

Thursday December 9th, 2021

Why is ESG important?

ESG issues have become increasingly important with sustainability a vital component in the post-pandemic recovery. With regulators and policy makers placing greater emphasis on the adoption of ESG, and investors recognising that ESG factors represent material risks that must be managed, financial institutions need to embed ESG into their strategies now to stay ahead of changing public and regulatory expectations.

Discussion

With ESG a strategic priority for many organisations, Hany Choueiri, vice-chair and sustainability (ESG) board member of the GLEIF and Chief Data Officer at Aldermore Bank discusses the World Economic Forum’s ESG Stakeholder Capitalism model, how the themes of this model are likely to filter through into regulation and how you can create an ESG data framework to support your organsiations sustainability strategy.

The presentation will be followed by a roundtable discussion with peers to share innovation, best practice, risks and opportunities related to ESG.

Event Details

Date: Thursday 3rd February

Time: 11am – 12.30pm

Via: Microsoft Teams

About the speaker

With over 30 years of experience in data, Hany Choueiri is the board vice-chair at the GLEIF (a supra-national organisation under regulatory mandate of the Financial Stability Board) and Chief Data Officer at Aldermore Bank heading up Advanced Analytics, Data Governance and is responsible for driving the Bank’s data strategy.  In 2020 Hany was listed on the DataIQ 100, recognising the most influential people in data, and he regularly speaks at industry events including FIMA Europe and RegTech Conference.

Who should attend?

C-level executives and those responsible for ESG strategies within financial services organsiations.

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