17:00 - 18:00
Join us for an update on overall progress in ESG reporting and sustainable finance in the EU, how the EU taxonomy is supporting the market with a common approach and how impacted corporates are preparing to begin reporting under the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive. How can ICAEW members expect to be affected whether in business, assurance or on the boards of corporates? How can ACAs support corporates in their transition to align systems and reporting requirements? Join us and put your questions.
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Event Organiser - Anna-Maria Piperidou
Pantelis Marinakis, Expert in Sustainable Finance
Pantelis recently joined the growing sustainable finance team at the European Environmental Agency (EEA) and leads the assessment work on the EU taxonomy as well as monitoring the transition of corporates to the new reporting requirements. Pantelis move to the EEA follows academic studies from Athens University of Economics and Business to Nottingham University Business School in the UK where Pantelis earned a PhD in Finance. After qualifying as an ACA with Deloitte UK, Pantelis’ career focussed on equity research, focussing on ESG themes and in 2018 Pantelis moved to Stockholm, to join one of the largest long–short hedge funds in Scandinavia.The European Environment Agency is a EU body, established in 1990. Their role is to provide independent and actionable science-based knowledge to those involved in environmental policy. It helps the EU and its member countries make informed decisions on improving the environment, integrating environmental considerations into economic policies. The EEA brings an independent science based environmental perspective with involvement in policy processes such as the taxonomy, the Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation and the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive. For example, it supported the development of detailed technical screening criteria at the taxonomy. The EEA also perform integrated assessments on environmental transitions, monitoring the re-orientation of capital flows towards more sustainable activities.
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