We are pleased to announce the seventh Roundtable which will be held on October 26, 2018.
Corporates which want to make progress on their reporting journey, have to do this in two dimensions: they are expected to extend the scope and include additional content elements, and they at the same time have to respect its guiding principles for existing and ‘new’ content.
We cordially invite you to join our roundtable and gain insights into how Clariant and ENI
are working on the following components:
«The added value of “connectivity” as opposed to “silo thinking”
and the disclosure challenges related to risk Management»
by Claudia Kamensky, Senior Corporate Communications Manager
This principle supports the holistic picture of the combination, interrelatedness and dependencies between the factors that affect the organization’s ability to create value over time. It relates not only to the connection between the content elements, but as well to connecting past, present and future, to the connection between the capitals, between qualitative and quantitative information, and between the diverse reporting formats through which a business will publish its information.
Risk Management (ENI)
by Cristina Saporetti, Monitoring, Reporting and Communication Manager, as well as
Domenica Surace, Risk assessment and monitoring Manager
Risk Management is linked the content element ‘risks & opportunities’ and cannot be looked at in isolation. A certain risk (or an opportunity) always refers – implicitly or explicitly – to an objective and a strategy as to how to achieve the objective. Can the disclosure about risk management build and increase the comfort of stakeholders that leadership is able to execute the strategy successfully? A focus on climate change risks and opportunities will be presented.
Benefit from the exclusive and practical insights of leaders Clariant and ENI in this interactive workshop and expand your network at the same time.
• 26 October 2018, 8.30 a.m. – 1.00 p.m., Zurich (EY, Maagplatz 1)
• 10-15 participating companies, max. 25 attendees
• Interactive workshop format with Q&A, discussion and networking
• CCR corporate members, category II & III: free
• CCR corporate members, category I: CHF 350
• Non-CCR corporate members: first participant CHF 750,
each additional participant CHF 500
Click here for the detailed program.
Register now and ensure your seat at the event. The number of participants is limited.