ESG reporting: Measuring what matters
ESG reporting and sustainability performance is becoming more critical as corporates have to communicate their sustainability practices to stakeholders. This leads to newer regulatory reporting standards from 2024 across the region. Organization are subject to mandatory sustainability reporting and expected to provide accurate information to support the new assurance requirements, establish transparency & accountability, risk management strategies including disclosing non-financial data to report companies’ sustainability impact, such as carbon footprint, human rights, and diversity.
With this increasing emphasis on ESG reporting, the Office of the CFO is required a new way of thinking about long-term value creation. Finance will play a central role in integrating sustainability measures into standard processes across an organization.
Watch our on-demand webinar where ESG experts from CCH Tagetik, EY, and Locus NTT Data will discuss the challenges, considerations and best practices for finance leaders to build a robust foundation for sustainability reporting that helps their organization create long-term value.
- Fundamental overview of ESG trends and latest regulatory landscape in sustainable finance in the region
- Key consideration in getting ready with your ESG reporting
- CCH Tagetik case studies on the sustainability reporting function
- Mahadevan Natarajan, Senior Director, Financial Applications, CCH Tagetik APAC, Wolters Kluwer
- Wilaiporn Ittiwiroon, Partner, Climate Change and Sustainability Services (CCaSS), EY Thailand