Defining Success Across Generations: ESG and Family Businesses

FBN International – Global Webinar

In today’s business environment, where the pace of change is accelerating, profit will need to be aligned with purpose. And as more pressure is put on companies to demonstrate their environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) credentials, PwC’s latest Family Business Survey (25% of respondents are FBN members) indicates that family businesses are not assuming a leadership role. However, family businesses are uniquely positioned to lead this change because of their long-term perspectives. Today the message is clear: the time to act is now for family businesses who want to continue to protect their legacy for future generations.  

The importance of transparency will only continue to accelerate in a post-COVID world, and we are committed to supporting family businesses in their journey towards achieving their ESG goals.

SESSION 1: 
MAPPING AND ASSESSING THE REAL RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH FALLING BEHIND ON ESG

Wednesday 23 June, 14.00 – 15.00 CEST

In the first session, we will give you a clear picture of the real risks associated with falling behind and how these can be practically assessed. Alfonso Libano, Vice-Chairman, Cobega S.A., will share his perspective and experiences of implementing an ambitious strategy in his own family firm.

SESSION 2:
ESG RISK ASSESSMENT AND PRACTICAL SOLUTIONS TO ACCELERATE YOUR ESG JOURNEY

Wednesday 30 June, 14.00 – 15.00 CEST

In the second session, we will look at practical solutions and explore the fundamentals of ESG.

These sessions are in support of FBN’s ground breaking partnership with the UN, Family Business for Sustainable Development, an ambitious package of deliverables aiming at mobilizing business families and their firms to embed sustainability into their business strategies. 

We strongly encourage you to bring your Sustainability / CSR Executive and join us for both sessions!

Datum

Onsdag 23 juni 2021
14.00 - 15.00 CEST

Plats

on-line

Datum

Söndag 30 maj 2021
14.00 - 15.00 CEST

Plats

on-line

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