This is an invitation only event. For more information, please contact the SSE team.
ESG reporting has been a key topic on the international agenda for decades – and most of the UN SSE partner exchanges provide guidance to their markets on how to report ESG information. In 24 markets, ESG reporting is already required as a listing rule. We expect this trend to increase in the future.
Most recently, the commitments made at COP26 have amplified a critical market need for accessible, comparable, and transparent ESG data in order to build trust and alignment amongst companies, investors, and standard- setters, and to measure progress on sustainable development. That is why, together with a global alliance of leading financial institutions, investors, and businesses, Arabesque is launching a new, central source for accessible and digital corporate sustainability information with the aim of shaping the future of ESG data. The service is free of charge for exchanges.
‘ESG Book’ makes sustainability data more widely available and comparable for all stakeholders, enables companies to be custodians of their own data through a digital platform, provides framework-neutral ESG information in real-time, and promotes transparency. During this quarterly webinar, we will discuss together with, Dr Daniel Klier, President of Arabesque, how ESG Book works and explain its significance for members.
The SSE 2021 Q4 Call will take place on 8 December 2021 at 09:00 and 16:00 Geneva Time
This is an invitation-only event for members of the SSE Consultative Group. If you are interested in joining the SSE Consultative Group please contact us at info@SSEinitiative.org
- Daniel KlierPresidentArabesque
- Lisa RemkeDeputy Coordinator, UN SSEUNCTAD
- Anthony MillerCoordinator of UN SSE initiativeUNCTAD
About the SSE
The SSE initiative is a UN Partnership Programme organised by UNCTAD, the UN Global Compact, UNEP FI and the PRI. The SSE’s mission is to provide a global platform for exploring how exchanges, in collaboration with investors, companies (issuers), regulators, policymakers and relevant international organizations, can enhance performance on ESG (environmental, social and corporate governance) issues and encourage sustainable investment, including the financing of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. The SSE seeks to achieve this mission through an integrated programme of conducting evidence-based policy analysis, facilitating a network and forum for multi-stakeholder consensus-building, and providing technical assistance and advisory services.