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Should the focus be on the 'G' in ESG?

This webinar forms part of the 2022 Corporate Governance CPD Webinar Series

Description

This webinar forms part of the 2022 Corporate Governance CPD Webinar Series. The series comprises 10 x 1-hour webinars, delivered by leading industry-expert speakers, covering a broad range of topical issues pertinent to professionals in the Crown Dependencies.

Book the full series of ten webinars at a discounted price of £425 or book a selection of webinars at £55 per webinar.

 

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Content

  • Defining ‘governance’ in the context of ESG

  • What the arguments for/against ‘G’ being a central focus of ESG

  • How to evaluate governance (e.g. KPIs, codes, inclusion in ESG ratings)

 

Speaker

Dr Arthur Krebbers

Head of Sustainable Finance, Corporates at Natwest Markets

Dr Arthur Krebbers 

Dr Arthur Krebbers is Head of Corporate Climate and ESG Capital Markets for NatWest Markets. He supports NWM’s client base globally in structuring sustainable debt instruments, construction of socially responsible investment portfolios, formulating and benchmarking corporate sustainability strategies and engaging with external ESG stakeholders.

Dr Krebbers publishes research a range of ESG trends, including most recently sustainable treasury strategies and the green halo effect. He writes the widely-distributed NWM “Issue your greens” newsletter, covering pertinent developments within the asset class.

Previous positions include Corporate Financing & Risk Solutions and Corporate bond origination.

Dr Krebbers has a PhD in Finance from Strathclyde University, as well as an MSc and BSc from the London School of Economics and Political Science.

 

Tyler Mayzes

Analyst, Sustainable Finance Corporates at Natwest Markets

Tyler Mayzes 

Tyler supports the Corporate Climate & ESG Capital Markets team with the origination and execution and sustainability-related financing transactions as well as supporting the development of sustainable finance frameworks and strategies for corporate clients,. Tyler previously was a financial analyst for the Deutsche Post AG group where he focused on tech start-ups within the DHL universe and supported on FP&A, controlling and valuation. He holds a Masters in Sustainable Finance from the University of Maastricht Netherlands and a Bachelors in International Business from the University of Victoria in Canada.


 

Suitable for

This webinar is suitable for all Directors, Non-Executive Directors, Board members Senior Managers. 

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