Consistent adoption of the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) recommendations can lead to improved company resilience, informed decisions by investors, and a better evaluation of risks and exposures by lenders, insurers and underwriters.
Recent announcements have demonstrated increased momentum toward ’mandatory’ TCFD-consistent disclosure requirements. In the EU, TCFD-aligned Corporate Sustainability Reporting may come into effect as early as 2023, the UK announced its intention to make TCFD-aligned disclosures mandatory across the economy by 2025, and more recently, G7 nations agreed on historic steps to make reporting in line with TCFD mandatory.
Join us for a discussion with experts in sustainable finance and climate policy to learn more about:
- What are the latest developments in policy and what are the market expectations?
- How can companies prepare and start aligning to TCFD?
- What does implementation look like and what are the main barriers?
- What benefits and opportunities can TCFD adoption bring for companies?
Featured on the panel will be:
Rebecca Self, Director of Sustainable Finance, South Pole
Michael Zimonyi, Policy & External Affairs Director, CDSB Secretariat
Moderated by: Elizabeth Meager, Sustainable Finance Policy Editor, Capital Monitor
We hope you can join us. Please find registration information for this event below.