|Thursday, August 26|
As investor interest in ESG (environmental, social, governance) continues to climb, it’s important to consider the quality of ESG data and how it is created. In particular, the social element of the initialism seems particularly hard to define and quantify as it spans employee diversity, human rights, animal testing, and consumer protections. How are data providers, aggregators, and ratings agencies meeting this challenge?
This session will discuss:
Steve Cheng, Independent ESG Consultant
Guillaume Goton, EMEA Head of ESG Client Engagement, S&P Global
Jimmy Greer, VP - Analyst Outreach and Research, Moody's ESG Solutions, Moody's
Ezequiel Machabanski, CFA, Head of Financial Modelling, Orenda Software Solutions - a SIX Company
Elena Philipova, Director, Sustainable Finance, LSEG