The Measurement and Valuation of Corporate Sustainability – does it all add up?
How to put hard numbers on sustainability risk – and quantify opportunity
29th-30th June, 2015, London
A unique forum where large companies, big investors and leading research experts meet to debate how to measure and value corporate sustainability in practice
- How do large companies measure – and value – their sustainability progress? Hear from leading firms on how they prioritise measurement and decide how to value key parts of their sustainability practices.
- Engage with leading companies, critical experts and the stakeholders who influence the business case internally.
- Listen to leading financial institutions on what they think adds value, and why.
Hermes Investment Management
Group Vice President, Safety, Sustainability & External Affairs
Executive Director, Global Environmental and Social Risk Management
Director of Sustainabilty Strategy
- Understand the potential of putting numbers on CR and sustainability practices: Hear from experts on the positives and negatives of differing forms of sustainability value assessments.
- Find out which measurement and valuation methodologies may work for you: Can you combine social and natural capital methods to drive internal value?
- Hear how mainstream investors use valuation information to evaluate corporate risk. Find out how this is evolving.
- Clarifying investor communications: How to link sustainability concerns with mainstream business operations and risks.
- Corporate case studies and off the record discussion about the challenges
- The government view: How are the UK government and the European commission going to incentivise progress and progressive practice in 2015 and beyond.
Who is attending:
The conference is designed to bring together large companies and financial institutions. Attending will be 150 senior professionals from large corporations who work in corporate responsibility and sustainability, along with leading financial institutions and research experts. We’re actively restricting the number of service providers to ensure a minimum of 80% of attendees are corporate practitioners to ensure the conference delivers maximum value.
For further info on who will be attending and latest attendee lists, please do get in touch.
- Simon Morris, chief adviser external affairs, Rio Tinto
- Paul O’Connor, executive director, global environmental & social risk management, JP Morgan
- Mike Barry, director, plan A, Marks & Spencer
- Will Oulton, global head of responsible investment, First State Investments
- Robert Adamczyk, principal environmental advisor, European Bank of Reconstruction and Development
- John Sauven, executive director, Greenpeace UK
- Richard Ellis, vice president, corporate social responsibility, Walgreens Boots Alliance
- Jean-Philippe Desmartin, senior analyst, head of ESG research, Oddo Securities
- Richard Mattison, CEO, Trucost
- Steven Lang, partner, cleantech and sustainability services, EY
- Cindy Rose, head of research, responsible investing Aberdeen Asset Management
- Jeremy Nicholls, CEO, SROI Network and Social Impact Analysts Association
- Ladislas Smia, deputy head, SRI research, Mirova–Natixis Asset Management
Innovation Forum conferences operate under the same philosophy:
1. Focussed debate
2. Senior participants
3. Candid dialogue
By bringing together the right people around a focused and engaging agenda, we’ll look to get to the crux of the key issues surrounding sustainability measurement and valuation. As the forum is held under Chatham House rule, participants are able to candidly share their own experiences and challenges, to help shape the discussion.
We hope you are able to join us in June. If you have any questions regarding the forum, please do get in touch.
3rd Floor, 1 Rivington Place, London EC2A 3BA