What does it mean for businesses to redefine their value for society? How can companies integrate sustainability into their core and why should investors care? Which approaches are most promising to help companies measure their impact? And Why does sustainability matter from a CFO perspective?
All these questions and much more will be addressed at the conference “Valuing corporate sustainability performance: meeting the needs of investors and civil society”, taking place in Brussels on 4 June 2019.
The event is organised by the Corporate Responsibility Department of the European Investment Bank (EIB) in collaboration with CSR Europe. The conference will convene stakeholders from both parties, including corporate decision-makers, practitioners, and consultants developing, testing, or applying approaches aimed at valuing corporate sustainability performance. The discussion will take place in various formats to allow for interactive exchanges between participants, and will tackle issues from a regulator, business, civil society, and investor perspective.
Save the date in your agenda! Registrations will open on 24 April 2019 on the EIB website.
For more information, please contact:
Project Manager - Sustainability Management & Reporting