Training on capital market-orientated sustainability reporting
10178 Berlin, Germany
12 September 2018 - 12 September 2018
Compact, one-day training on current requirements, communication formats and methods of information gathering
Contact number: +49 176 532 900 89
Contact email: email@example.com
10178 Berlin, Germany
Current initiatives such as TCFD or the Sustainable Finance Action Plan of the EU Commission show rising expectations regarding the quality of capital market-oriented sustainability information. This training is designed to address these requirements by focusing on the investor relations perspective of non-financial reporting.
The training will cover the following topics in a compact format:
- Current requirements for capital market-orientated sustainability reporting: demand, actors and framework conditions
- Overview of relevant communication formats and discussion of Best Practices
- Overview of relevant frameworks and methods of information gathering
- Focus: assessment and communication of non-financial risks; considering the recommendations of TCFD, DRS 20 and COSO (i.a.)
The public training course will be held in German. The participation fee is € 490.00 (excl. VAT) and includes comprehensive training materials as well as catering (lunch & small snacks). Interested companies can also request a company-specific in-house training in German or English.
To register for the training and for further information, please contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we will get back to you immediately.
September 12: 10:00 - 17:00
Thomas Petruschke is Managing Director of BSD Germany and has over ten years of experience in sustainability strategy, reporting and stakeholder engagement. Prior to joining the BSD Group, he served in the sustainability reporting department of the Volkswagen Group as well as at the UNEP Centre on Sustainable Consumption & Production. Thomas Petruschke is a GRI & IIRC Trainer.
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