IIA Finland in cooperation with Workiva.
Stakeholders are paying more attention to environmental, social, and governance (ESG) risk and reporting, which is presenting a unique opportunity and challenge for internal auditors to take a seat at the table for this critical effort. Monitoring, disclosing, managing, and reporting ESG risks introduces new data management challenges that require a fresh perspective from internal auditors, especially in light of the recently adopted and currently proposed requirements for Climate-Related Disclosures.
In this session, we’ll discuss how internal auditors can play a key role in helping their organisations build a solid foundation for an effective and efficient ESG program that will scale as stakeholder expectations normalise and regulations are finalised. We will also discuss the expected impact of these proposed disclosure requirements and the impact these changes will have on organisations and what you can do now to prepare.
- Explain the impacts of the changing regulatory landscape including CSRD and other Climate-Related disclosures.
- Understand the challenges, opportunities, and key roles for internal auditors as the result of the emergence of ESG reporting.
- Benefits of connecting structured and unstructured data from disparate systems to a single source of truth to help teams validate ESG performance reporting, increase transparency, and support organisational change.
- Describe leading practices for building / maturing an ESG program. – Case Study
The webinar is on-line live. When you register, and cannot attend, you will receive the recording after the live event.