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A4S@LCAW: The Role of Finance Professionals in Accounting for Financed Emissions

This webinar was a part of our A4S@LCAW live event series.

It focuses on the practical steps that finance teams can take in supporting the financed emissions accounting process, featuring firsthand experiences from some banks on the steps they are taking and the methodology used. It is aimed at senior professionals from banks and other financial services, who have responsibility for measuring, reducing and disclosing/reporting on their organization’s financed emissions.


  • Supriya Sobti, Climate and Purpose Lead, NatWest Group
  • Mike Newby-Fraser, Group Reporting Technical IFRS & Sustainability Lead, Standard Chartered
  • Justine Bolton, Carbon Management and Climate Resilience Specialist, First Rand Bank
  • Alex MacGillivray, Director of Development Impact Evaluations, British International Investment


Webinar Recording: Accounting for Financed Emissions

Aimed at senior finance professionals, learn how you can take part in supporting the financed emissions accounting process, featuring speakers from ABN AMRO, NatWest and PCAF.


Our Asset Owners Network enables chairs of pension funds, their pooling partners, investment committees and endowments to come together to discuss key ESG considerations in a confidential setting.


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