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January 24, 2024
2024-5006

Tuesday, 6 February 2024 | How to drive value beyond ESG reporting (9:30 am GMT)

The EY team will be hosting a webcast on how to prepare for the next steps of your sustainability transformation and generate value beyond ESG internal/external reporting. Primarily, the webcast is targeted towards the CFO community, but it also addresses the wider C-suite — whether you’re leading your existing company’s ESG reporting efforts, just starting out on this journey, or you are already thinking how to embed sustainability into your performance management cycle, this webcast is for you

Join EY and SAP speakers in this one-hour webcast as they discuss:

  • How ESG data (and corresponding reporting efforts) can accelerate long-term value creation in your enterprise.

  • The roadmap for your company’s sustainability transformation.

  • How ESG data can steer business processes towards a greener state.

  • The changing tasks and role of a Chief Financial Officer and the Chief Value Officer.

  • How SAP technology (respectively Green Ledger capability) can provide the right data foundation and enable the entire process.

You will also have the opportunity to ask our specialist professional speakers any questions you have about emerging good practices. 

Panelists

  • Norman Emmenlauer, EY EMEIA CFO-led Sustainability Leader

  • Lutz Trescher, Germany Sustainability Lead, SAP

  • Prof. Dr. Karsten Oehler, Solution Advisor Chief Expert, Middle and Eastern Europe, SAP

Date: Tuesday, 6 February 2024

Time: 9.30 – 10.30 GMT | 10.30 – 11.30 CET

Registration: Click here to register

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