EFFAS Commission on ESG

Archive for July, 2011

5th Taking ESG into Account 2011_

Wednesday, July 6th, 2011

Integrated reporting or integrated analysis? Advances in ESG mainstreaming

Speakers include:

  • Dr. Nelmara Arbex, Deputy CEO, GRI Global Reporting Initiative
  • José Luis Blasco, Partner, Head of Climate Change and Sustainability of EMA Region, KPMG Spain
  • Carlos Bousoño, Head of Corporate Social Responsibility, Abengoa
  • Frank Curtiss, Railpen & Member ICGN (International Corporate Governance Network)
  • Jessica de Fries, Director, The Prince’s Accounting for Sustainability Project (A4S) & International Integrated Reporting Committee (IIRC)
  • Ralf Frank MBA, Managing Director, DVFA
  • Antonio Fuertes, Head of Corporate Social Responsibility, Gas Natural Fenosa
  • Frank Klein, Managing Director, DB Advisors & Member of EFFAS Management Committee
  • Fritz Mostboeck, Chairman EFFAS ESG Committee & Head of Research, Erste Group Bank AG
  • Paolo Nazzaro, Head of Sustainability, Telecom Italia & Co-Leader EU Collaborative  Venture
  • Michael Polya, Business Development Strategy Europe, State Street Global Advisors
  • John Scott, Chairman KPMG Spain
  • Juan Ramón Silva, General Manager of Sustainability, Acciona
  • Pedro Ortún Silvan, Director, European Commission, DG Enterprise & Industry
  • Konrad Sippel, Global Head of Product Development, STOXX Limited
  • Elia Tárrega, Managing Director, Sustainalytics España
  • Juan Carlos Ureta, Chairman of IEAF
  • Stephane Voisin, Head of Sustainable and Responsible Investment, Crédit Agricole Cheuvreux

28 September 2011, Madrid, Spain

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Conference Flyer

Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) indicators in annual reports – An introduction to current frameworks

Wednesday, July 6th, 2011

The debate around the broader disclosure of ESG issues is important. FEE believes it can make a difference to the most necessary transition toward a sustainable economy. This paper aims at providing information on documents prepared by various bodies and most commonly referred to when considering the identification and use of ESG indicators (also Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and reporting principles).

The document can be found at http://www.fee.be/publications/default.asp?library_ref=4&content_ref=1392