ESG reporting requirements are developing fast and in many cases become mandatory, also in Hong Kong. It is no longer a "nice to have", but a "must".

A few examples:

  1. The EU recently released the European Sustainability Reporting Standards. These standards will be mandatory for all EU companies employing more than 250 people, including private firms and foreign subsidiaries. This applies to both listed and non-listed companies.
  2. Climate related disclosures aligned with TCFD will be mandatory no later than 2025 (in 2 years) for listed companies. This in addition to existing ESG mandatory disclosure requirements around governance and certain KPI's.

Reports now need to be audited which puts another level of scrutiny on the numbers.

Non-compliance becomes serious.

During this event - initiated by the DutchCham ESG and Finance Committees - you will obtain insights on ESG reporting requirements from several perspectives, including regulatory, investment, corporate and implementation.



Evolving regulatory landscape

Mandatory reporting requirements in the EU as of 2024. Will Asia follow?

Speaker: European Union - Walter van Hattum

Investors perspective: how ESG data is driving decisions

Speaker: APG – YK Park, Robeco – Vicki Chi

Company perspective: what does it take to set up ESG reporting

Speaker: DFI Retail Group – Natalie Chung, Prudential – Liza Jansen (virtual)

Panel discussion

Walter, YK, Vicki, Natalie, Liza (virtual), Jackal and Armen.

Facilitator: Martyn van Wensveen (EY)

How do you implement ESG reporting: a practical roadmap

Speaker: EY – Jackal Wong and Armen Dallakyan


There will be drinks and network opportunities afterwards.



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