In this webinar presenters from RSM will draw on research for their report ‘What does ESG mean for the charities sector?’ to show you how charities can start and improve their ESG reporting. Learn how to use the Trustees’ Annual Report to communicate your charity’s engagement with ESG matters effectively, regardless of your charity’s size.
The volume of environmental, social and governance (ESG) reporting has increased significantly in the private sector over the past few years, and the same expectation is now extending to charities.
Our speakers, Nick Sladden and Carys Tetlaw from RSM, draw on their recent report ‘What does ESG mean for the charities sector?’ to show a step-by-step pathway for charities of all sizes to start their ESG reporting journey. They will share practical examples of easy wins for small charities, as well as best practice ESG reporting for larger charities.
Nick Sladden, Head of Charities and Independent Schools, RSMNick heads the RSM charities and independent schools teams. He advises on audit, assurance and financial reporting and is an audit partner for a number of Top 250 charities. Using his 20 years’ experience in the sector, including working in Germany and Romania, Nick has developed RSM’s in-house guidance on Charities SORP FRS102 and undertaken research projects on the adoption of the Charity Governance Code. Nick holds the Diploma in Charity Accounting and has completed the Governing for Nonprofit Excellence Program at Harvard Business School and is a trustee of a national charity and a school governor. He is also Chair of Trustees at the RSM UK Foundation.
Carys Tetlaw, Senior Consultant, RSMCarys is a Senior Consultant in the RSM ESG team. She has worked on engagements to understand and benchmark current ESG performance, research and summarise emerging regulations, and conduct gap analysis and guidance on best practice for ESG and Sustainability Reporting. Carys has worked across a range of sectors including manufacturing, services, and housing. Prior to joining RSM, Carys trained as an accountant (ACA) in audit at KPMG. Carys draws on her academic experience, where she studied for an integrated Masters at Leeds University in Sustainability and Environmental Management. Her final research project focussed on the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD).
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