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Sustainability in Action Webinar Series FY 23/24

Reporting

Tuesday 30th May 2023 17:00 BST

This interactive webinar, developed and delivered by A4S, will focus on how companies can improve their understanding of the evolving reporting landscape and provide insights into the challenging areas of reporting.  

After completing the course, participants will be able to:

  • Articulate the benefits of efficient and effective reporting standards and frameworks
  • Identify the appropriate tools and knowledge to tackle sustainability reporting
  • Translate the experience and learnings of others (from practical examples shared during the webinar) to their work

 

Transition planning

Thursday 29th June 2023 8:00 BST

This interactive webinar, developed and delivered in partnership with ICAEW, explores the key considerations of transition planning. Providing practical solutions, drawing on insights from investors and companies, the session reviews recurring issues such as standardization, the integration of financial reporting, and the complexity of materiality assessments. 

After the webinar, participants will be able to:

  • Identify the steps to setting out a clear roadmap for delivering their net zero commitments

  • Explain how to set out a transition plan

  • Translate learnings of others (from practical examples) on building a finance culture that embeds sustainability into day-to-day practices

 

Debt finance 

Thursday 6th July  16:00 BST

This interactive webinar, developed and delivered by A4S, focuses on to factoring environmental and social concerns into debt financing decisions. The session speakers will also introduce the practical concepts, tools, and case studies to help finance teams discern risk from opportunity, and how to strategize accordingly.

After the webinar, participants will be able to:

  • Describe how ESG risks are considered in debt finance decisions 

  • Identify the benefits of implementing a sustainable finance framework

  • Translate learnings the experience and learnings of others (from practical examples) on sustainable financing to your own words

 

Strategic planning, budgeting, and forecasting

Tuesday 26th September 16:00 BST

This interactive webinar considers how companies have incorporated sustainability into their strategic planning, budgeting and forecasting activities. 

After the webinar, participants will be able to:

  • Articulate the business benefits of integrating sustainability into strategic planning, budgeting, and forecasting
  • List good practice examples of integrated strategic planning, budgeting, and forecasting
  • Translate the experience and learning of others (practical examples shared during the webinar) to your work

 

TNFD and Natural Capital Accounting

Tuesday 31st October 08:00 GMT

The webinar focuses on how companies can improve their understanding of the evolving landscape of nature-related reporting accounting and disclosure, how this can lead to improved risk management and decision making and its relevance to finance teams. It will introduce the Taskforce for Nature Related Finance Disclosures (TNFD), the benefits of being an early adopter and how organizations can leverage their learnings from The Taskforce for Climate Related Finance Disclosures (TCFD).

After completing the course, participants will be able to:

  • Articulate the business benefits of integrating nature-related issues into risk management and disclosures.
  • Describe the steps to begin to adopt the recommendations of the Taskforce for Nature Related Finance Disclosures (TNFD).
  • Translate learnings of others and how they are leveraging their learnings from implementing The Taskforce for Climate Related Finance Disclosures (TCFD) recommendations.

 

Capex (2024)

Wednesday 24th January 16:00 GMT

This interactive webinar, developed and delivered by A4S, focuses on how traditional financial return-based investment decisions can be broadened to make sustainability issues more explicit and transparent as well as introduced to practical concepts, tools, and case studies.

After completing the course, participants will be able to:  

  • Describe the business case for embedding sustainability into capital investment appraisal.

  • Outline the approach and steps for adapting existing capex processes.

  • Translate the experience and learnings of others (from practical examples shared during the webinar) to their work. 

REGISTER HERE>

 

 

Management information

Tuesday 27th February 08:00 GMT

This interactive webinar, developed and delivered by A4S, will focus on the techniques to help finance professionals develop and integrate information needed to respond to social and environmental risks and opportunities into core management information processes.

After completing the course, participants will be able to:

  • Articulate the business benefits of integrating sustainability into management information
  • Describe the steps to develop an integrated management information framework
  • Translate learnings of others (from practical examples) on building a finance culture that embeds sustainability into their day-to-day practices

REGISTER HERE>

 

Capitals Accounting

Thursday 28th March 08:00 GMT

 

This interactive webinar will explore various aspects of capitals accounting and how it is being applied in practice. The discussion will explore the information needed to tackle a range of impacts.

After completing this course, participants will be able to:

  • Describe the risks to business arising from the wider capitals
  • Gain insight into the latest developments from The Capitals Coalition
  • Translate the learnings of others (from practical examples) to your work

REGISTER HERE>

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