The double materiality analysis is one of the keyprinciples in new EU legislation. It requires impact and financial materialityreporting to co-exist and build processes to bridge sustainability andfinancial reporting on an EU level. Double materiality enables companies toidentify their most material sustainability topics together with the risks andopportunities that sustainability topics have on companies’ financialperformance. This session will take you through the concept ofdouble materiality and give you the possibility to discuss learnings andchallenges with our experts. The session is led by our reporting expert Elvira Melin.
At its heart, sustainability is about how a company creates value for and mitigates its negative impact on people and the planet. Globally, companies are increasingly being required to adopt measures to disclose the way they mitigate and account for their adverse human rights impacts. Regulations such as the CSDDD, the EU Taxonomy and the Norwegian Transparency Act outline clear requirements for human rights. Our Head of Corporate Sustainability, Susanne Winge together with Linnéa Waninger, Supply Chain Lead & Advisor at Ethos, will deep dive into legislation and how to proactively work with human rights processes.
Are you new to the sustainable finance term and need an introduction to the regulations under the sustainable finance package and their impact on your organisation? In this session, we will walk you through the sustainable finance package including CSRD, SFDR and the EU Taxonomy and provide an overview of how the regulations are interconnected through an eco-system of information. The session is led by our Senior Sustainable Finance Advisor, Ebba Ramel.
Sustainability data is an important aspect in the new EU regulations. Companies will need to report a range of different KPIs depending on industry, company size and business relationships. This also requires an understanding of how to collect, manage, and follow up on the data. It involves relationships with people – and how your customers, investors, partners, suppliers, and employees gather and utilize sustainability data for decision-making and value creation. Join this session when our Head of Digital Solutions & Analysis, Niklas Vinge, breaks down how the new regulations overlap, and what data is actually required to report upon and when.
Reporting on emissions according to Scope 1, 2 and 3 is nearly business standard. With the introduction of CSRD and the ESRS E1 Climate Change, increased criteria are set out on companies which not only relate to the their generated emissions. With the ESRS finally adopted in July 2023, companies will be subject to a number of other different disclosures related to climate change and climate impact. Welcome to a session where Sofie Harald, Environment and Climate Lead & Advisor will guide you through the updated ESRS E1 Climate Change and what the different parts entail to set you on the right path forward.
In February 2023, Article 8 and 9 funds (as part of SFDR) collectively accounted for over EUR 6 trillion in assets (55% of AUMin Europe). This means that if you want to access 55% of the EU fund market(the second largest market in the world after the US), you will have to report on and improve performance in relation to sustainability indicators. How can you as a fund stand out compared to other funds? How can you attain high-quality data and how does this relate to setting up a sustainable investment portfolio? This and more during this session with our Sustainable Finance advisor Jennifer Ljungquist.
The new EU reporting regulation CSRD will soon enter into force. The regulation places higher demands on the board, which now becomes responsible for overseeing sustainability information and requires skills to be able to approve reports, analyses and risk processes. We therefore welcome you to a session where our CEO Malin Lindfors Speace guide you in the process of integrating sustainability into the annual board agenda and what CSRD entails for future business leaders.
As Artificial Intelligence (AI) becomes increasingly embedded in the fabric of business and in our everyday lives it also requires risk management and ethical considerations in order to uphold security and data privacy. To guide businesses in the risk management process, the EU has set the first-ever legal framework on AI to ensure that innovative technology is human-centric and trustworthy. The act is the first step toward global AI regulation. Welcome to a discussion with Anna Felländer, one of Sweden’s leading experts on the effects of digitalization and AI together with Niklas Vinge, Head of Digital Solutions & Analysis at Ethos. During the session, they will guide you to responsible AI governance, data usage and what risks and possibilities that lay ahead in the digital age.
Before the summer, the EU adopted a new set of EU Taxonomy criteria for economic activities. In this session, we will guide you through the latest updates of the EU Taxonomy, go through insights and learnings from the reporting so far and provide you with an action list to align with the new changes. The session will be hosted by Ethos Sustainable Finance experts Ida Wallöe Åhlander and Jonathan Milläng.