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Europe is leading on the sustainability front, from regulation to investor action. Most of the standards on ESG have been coming from Europe with the European situation/sentiment in mind. However, ESG is a global issue with regional nuances. Take climate change for example. Many countries in Asia are emerging, and their responsibility for and ability to act on climate change is smaller. How can Asian companies integrate this in their approach on ESG? Especially since there is pressure to align to European standards, either because of the push for global alignment or because companies have European investors or a head office in Europe. We will tackle these questions with three different financial institutions in Hong Kong that are experiencing this as we speak. We expect their experiences to be applicable to other types of organizations as well, as all sectors are questioned on their sustainability practices.

  • Moderator:
  • Prudential: Liza Jansen

  • Speakers:
  • ING Bank: Andrew Chew
  • APG: Debanik Basu
  • Robeco: Vicki Chi


Online : Member
Member Price HKD 50
Online : Non-member
Standard Price HKD 100
In Person : Member
Member Price HKD 150
In Person : Non-member
Standard Price HKD 250


Ernst & Young Hong Kong

Citic Tower, 22nd Floor, Tim Mei Ave, Admiralty
Hong Kong SAR (China)

If you have any questions please contact SingCham HK

Contact Organizer

+852 28383733

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