About this event
Integrated reporting is rapidly becoming the new standard for reporting teams. With regulatory change and increasing stakeholder demands, the need for integrated processes that span finance, ESG, and risk is crystal clear.
Mastering integrated reporting requires a fundamental shift in reporting processes and mindset. Companies are developing new data collection, analysis, and disclosure practices in order to improve stakeholder relationships, enhance reputation, and create new business opportunities.
Although the “why” is clear, the “how” can be more complicated. What do CFOs and their team need to do to incorporate sustainability information within their existing financial reporting processes? And how can they ensure that their reporting is underpinned with adequate controls?
In this exclusive Workiva and The CFO webinar, we will:
Daphne is an invaluable business leader and strategist. With 30 years’ international experience, she is an expert advisor to government departments, corporate clients and charitable organisations on issues of ESG and sustainability, reputational risk and corporate governance. Throughout her career she has successfully applied a holistic approach to sustainability and good governance, ensuring the successful integration and implementation of a robust ESG strategy. She has helped numerous corporate entities and charitable organisations at board level to identify their corporate purpose and develop and implement a robust ESG strategy within their business. Daphne’s expertise includes ESG advisory, ESG strategy development, ESG risk assessment implementation and ESG training. She is also currently engaging with several corporate entities to raise awareness about the evolving nature of ESG on a global scale.
Andromeda “Andie” Wood is vice president for regulatory strategy for Workiva and will be bringing her knowledge of the technology and regulation landscape in Europe to help inform the EMEA strategy and support the region's growth. She is an expert in data modeling, taxonomy design, and the role of technology in corporate reporting. Andie is an experienced data and semantic modeler and also contributes to the XBRL standard at the international level. She brings a wealth of knowledge and a deep understanding of regulatory impacts to global firms emerging from the European Union's Transparency Directive and Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD). Andie also serves as a member of the XBRL International Inc. Best Practices Board and is co-chair of the XBRL Entity-Specific Disclosure Task Force.
Paul Resch is the CEO & Co-Founder of Valutico. The tech enabled valuation platform was born out of frustration with the state of work where valuations are an important matter. The automated online platform allows companies to determine indicative company valuations with up to 50% time savings. Paul worked as an Associate at Deutsche Bank as well as The Boston Consulting Group and Raiffeisen Bank International AG. Paul has a Master of Science in Accounting and Finance from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from the University of St.Gallen.
Marie leads Sustainability Strategy and Reporting for Philip Morris International (PMI). She is responsible for the effective development and delivery of the company’s integrated reporting, as well as transparent communications about PMI’s purpose and performance to key external stakeholders. Marie joined the company in 2015 and thanks to her passion, expertise, and diligence, within a few years she became an executive member of PMI’s sustainability team. Since then, she has served as the backbone for the company’s strategy on all environmental, social, and governance (ESG) matters. Marie holds a bachelor’s degree in International Relations and a master’s in Socioeconomics, both from the University of Geneva.