With the recent local and global events placing greater pressure on responsible investing, ESG is shifting with more mandatory disclosures and increased stakeholder scrutiny. As the momentum around ESG continues to grow, so does the challenge of keeping up to date with increasing regulatory and market demands.
Be at the forefront as the 2nd Philippine ESG Investors Summit showcases interactive panel discussions and engaging keynotes covering core themes of the ESG space including:
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Connect with ESG, Sustainable Finance and Responsible Investment Professionals at the 2nd Philippine ESG Investors Summit and gain insights from asset owners to understand what they are looking for in their next investment partner in 2024 and beyond.
Taking place on 14 May 2024 at Solaire Resort Entertainment City, the 2nd Philippine ESG Investors Summit aims to convene over 150 senior-level executives and stakeholders to engage in discussions about the challenges facing the industry and to share solutions and collaborate with sustainably focused investors and come away with actionable insights on current trends that are shaping the ESG landscape.
Hear from industry leaders on topics and trends that are shaping the investment landscape during high-level discussions critical to advancing the Philippines’ future economy.
Connect with stakeholders in all aspects of the ESG spectrum. From banks, pension funds, insurers, NGOs, think tanks and financial regulators.
With a well-established network of sustainable finance practitioners, the summit brings together both local and international attendees to discuss on how to progress Philippine business in a sustainability-conscious world.
With up to 20 typhoons barrelling into the country every year, the Philippines incurs some P200 billion (US$3.5 billion) in economic losses annually from extreme weather events and other natural disasters.
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is crafting new guidelines aimed at enhancing the country’s corporate sustainability framework in a bid to to boost the Philippine capital markets.
With the focus on environmental, social and governance, a clearer understanding will help businesses align with global frameworks
COMPANIES in Asia, including the Philippines, need to step up in their compliance with international ESG (environmental, social and global) mandates and their consequent reporting if they want to expand into more developed regions like the European Union.
Finance Secretary Benjamin E. Diokno and World Bank Country Director for the Philippines Ndiamé Diop signed four (4) loan agreements amounting to US$1.14 billion on June 26, 2023 at the Department of Finance office in Manila to finance various government initiatives...
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