What is good ESG reporting? (Cantonese)
Appendix 27 of the Listing Rules of the Hong Kong Exchange has been fully effective for two years already. Is it enough to simply ‘comply’ with the environmental and social reporting requirements? What constitutes a good report? What do investors and other stakeholders look for as they evaluate a sustainability report? What’s next after reporting?
TPB’s Will Ng and Vicky Lee will answer these questions and give advice on the latest trends and best practices for reporting on the environmental, social and governance issues that impact your business.
Conducted in Cantonese, this seminar is aims to:
- Review the ‘why’ of reporting
- Share how investors and other stakeholders use your sustainability report
- Provide actionable, practical and relevant steps to improve sustainability reporting
- Inspire with real life case studies
This workshop is provided by the Hong Kong Institute of Chartered Secretaries (HKICS) to support their members’ continuing professional development (CPD) and is open to members (HK$320), students (HK$230) and non-members (HK$360).
To register please download the enrolment form from the HKICS website.
Date and time
27 June 2018
6:45pm – 8:45pm
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