FREE Webinar

June 23, 2021
12:00PM ET/11:00AM CT

Hosted by Thomson Reuters

Signaling a sea change in policy, the U.S. Securities Commission and the U.S. Federal Reserve are taking a closer look at the complex risks that climate change poses to the financial system. The focus on the financial costs of a corporation’s environmental impact reflects a growing interest in environmental, social, governance (ESG) factors.

In this webinar, we will:

  • Take a deeper dive into ESG indicators and what they mean across industries for financial institutions
  • Discuss how US financial firms should prepare for potential ESG regulations, with sustainability as a key focus
  • Dispel myths around "S", or "social", investment criteria for investors and companies
Our panelists bring a broad range of regulatory and legal expertise to the subject. The webinar will consider the work underway to develop ESG indicators, including the effort to incorporate S metrics on inclusivity and human rights into investment strategies. It will also cover the emerging regulatory interest in sustainability factors and where we might anticipate ESG-related regulations to emerge.

Busy at this time? Register anyway! We’ll send you a copy of the webinar recording to watch at your leisure after the event has aired.

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Giulia Corinaldi
Director of Inclusive Economies
Thomson Reuters Foundation

Giulia Corinaldi joined the Thomson Reuters Foundation in 2018 as Head of Programmes for TrustLaw, the Foundation’s global pro bono connection service, and is now Director of Inclusive Economies, focusing on using the power of the law and the media to end modern slavery, protect data rights and shift economic and business model to being equitable, sustainable and participatory.

Giulia has worked to develop strategy and overall growth plans, as well as forge strong partnerships among diverse stakeholders. She has acted as a consultant for Kernig Foundation and UNESCO in Paris. And, she serves as the Chair of the Board for Value for Women, a specialized advisory social firm helping organizations advance gender equality.

Henry Engler
Senior Editor for Regulatory Intelligence
Thomson Reuters

Henry Engler covers a wide range of issues impacting financial regulation, including conduct and culture, ESG issues, U.S. and international policy coordination and innovative technologies. He has prior experience at leading U.S. and foreign banks in compliance and change management roles and recently authored "Remaking Culture on Wall Street: A Behavioral Science Approach for Building Trust from the Bottom Up."

Gina Jurva
Manager, Enterprise Content - Corporates & Government
Thomson Reuters

Gina Jurva works on solutions to some of the world’s most pressing fraud issues including anti-money laundering (AML), e-commerce fraud, and healthcare fraud, in addition to risk and regulatory compliance.

In a previous role at Thomson Reuters, Gina worked as a Senior Legal Writer and Editor. Additionally, she spent a combined 11 years as a deputy district attorney handling both misdemeanor and felony cases and later, her own legal practice defending clients in criminal matters.

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