The European Association of Co-operative Banks (EACB) is proud to be a supporting partner of this Webinar co-organised by Hanken School of Economics, Finance Finland, Finance Denmark and Finance Norway. This event will take place on 11th June 2020, 10–11.45 CEST.
Following the awareness of environmental limits to human actions, and EU’s sustainable finance developments, attention is now directed to the need for reliable and comparable ESG data as the key to driving forward the sustainable transition. This need is apparent in the financial sector, but also of key importance to other stakeholders in the society, such as corporates, policymakers and the academic community.
MEP Sirpa Pietikäinen hosts a webinar with Hanken School of Economics, Finance Finland, Finance Denmark and Finance Norway to discuss the current availability of ESG data and ideas to make it more accessible and usable for e.g. financers, policy makers, researchers and many more.
The keynote speaker is Mr Martin Spolc, Head of Unit DG FISMA, European Commission.
Join them for this webinar on Thursday 11th June. The webinar can accommodate the first 300 registrants.
Register here to get your link to the webinar
9.50 Webinar Platform opens. Please be on time!
Welcoming words by Othmar Lehner, Director of the Center for Finance, Hanken School of Economics
MEP Sirpa Pietikäinen
Martin Spolc, Head of Unit, DG FISMA, European Commission
Lars Müller, Policy Officer, DG ENV, European Commission
10.30–10.50 Presentation of the ESG data register
Kristiina Vares-Wartiovaara, Portfolio Manager, Head of ESG, OP Financial Group
Hanna Silvola, Associate Professor, Hanken School of Economics
First group of respondents
Olivier Boutellis-Taft, CEO, Accountancy Europe
Rasmus Nikolaj Due Skov, Director, Head of Sustainability, Group Stakeholder Relations, Ørsted
Aleksandra Palinska, Senior Regulatory Policy Advisor, Efama
Sinne Conan, Director of European Affairs, Finance Denmark
Esko Kivisaari, Deputy Managing Director, Finance Finland
‘Open floor’ Q&A
11.40–11.45 Closing remarks by MEP Sirpa Pietikäinen
Source: Finance Finland Website