The ESG risk landscape in Malaysia is constantly evolving with financial institutions and regulators stepping up in their ambitions into more sustainable financing and operating practices, making efforts to integrate environmental, social and governance (ESG) considerations into their governance and business strategy, operations, and risks management. Companies are asked to understand and mitigate ESG issues and trends that can threaten their businesses and include ESG risks and opportunities in corporate strategy and operations.
Understand and acknowledge transformations as profound changes in the systems that have created the social and environmental challenges we face.
Focus on the main areas of transformation (4 tracks) and on important cross-cutting issues that act as transformation enablers, such as sustainable finance, conducive policies and regulations, technology, norms and values.
Uncover the inextricable link between the 4 tracks and the ESG challenges they bear.
Develop and nurture new ways of thinking and acting that are based on fundamentally new premises and sources of value.
Identify salient touch points between businesses and opportunities for collaboration and synergies.
This highly specialized and professionally curated conference is tailored for industry experts and C-suite level executives from sustainability, risk, strategy, operations, risk owners, compliance, investor relations, finance, etc.