About this event
According to a recent KPMG survey, 68% of respondents see financial disclosure of ESG impact as an opportunity to set them apart from competitors. Yet, organisations are struggling to successfully translate their efforts into reporting that showcase their successes.
With COP27 around the corner and new mandates starting to take form, organisations have an opportunity to be strategic about their reporting efforts and how they move forward with their ESG strategy.
From implementing frameworks and policies to govern ESG reporting, to evaluating if organisations have the right data catalogue to support their reporting, finance teams have their work cut out for them.
Join this exclusive webinar from MHR and The CFO as we:
Harry is a Director and Founder of Terra Instinct, a firm providing outsourced sustainability reporting and advisory services. In this role Harry works with a number of private equity, venture capital and infrastructure funds (both listed and private) on their sustainability challenges. Prior to founding Terra Instinct, Harry was a Director of Sustainability Reporting and Regulation at KPMG and spent six months running a sustainability reporting project with Account for Sustainability (A4S). In this project he worked with the A4S network of Fortune 500 multinationals on their sustainability reporting challenges and produced guidance for companies on the topic.
Antonnet Botha is a Commissioning and Production Editor at Contentive. Previously she has worked as a project and event coordinator for World Education Services and DiveIn Network.
Mark is a Chartered Accountant and corporate financier with special interests in food & farming, rural business, ESG and a belief that business must be underpinned by sustainable finance. He established Rural Policy Group in 2019 following 16 years in the rural economy working with both public and private sector businesses. Mark has won numerous awards for his work including Finance Director of the Year 2007, Accounting for Sustainability 2012 (ICEAW), National Business Finance Director 2014 (Finance Director) and the Institute of Directors Blue Ribbon award for Governance and Finance Excellence in 2018. He is also a trustee of a charity delivering education in Ethiopia, a Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Fruiterers, a Member of the Guild of Freemen, A liveryman of the worshipful company of Chartered Accountants and a Member of the CBI's South East Council.
Alan has 25+ years working in finance consulting. Firstly, as an auditor for Arthur Andersen and latterly advising finance teams to introduce automation and better decision-making capabilities into all aspects of planning and forecasting. More recently, Alan has been speaking regularly on how finance teams can incorporate ESG & Sustainability compliance into their reporting cycles and maximise their capability to transition to a net zero future.