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VIC Seminar: Assessing your readiness for mandatory Climate-related Financial Disclosures

13 June 2024 9:00am - 11:30am
RSM Melbourne Level 27, 120 Collins Street Melbourne VIC
Member $0
Non-Member $95
Subscriber $75

You are invited to a special 2-hour technical briefing on environmental, social, and governance (ESG) topics, focusing on the regulatory landscape and its impact on Australian businesses. 

This insightful session will provide you with practical guidance on identifying and evaluating climate risks, including:

  • An overview of the regulatory landscape affecting climate disclosures and sustainability in Australia.
  • Insights into how global regulations will impact Australian businesses and their operations, such as the EU Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) or the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM).
  • Practical steps and best practices for identifying and evaluating climate and sustainability risks.
  • An in-depth walkthrough of climate metrics, with a special focus on the approach to calculating Scope 3 emissions.

This is a crucial session for leaders who want to stay ahead of the curve in climate disclosures and sustainability, as well as understand the complexities of climate risk management in today's dynamic regulatory environment.

What is in it for you? 

  • Insight into global regulations on climate disclosures and sustainability.
  • Learn about practical steps and best practices for identifying climate risks.
  • Understanding Australia’s climate disclosures in a regulatory environment.
  • Sustainability and climate risks.

Speaker Highlights

Jacob Elkhishin, Partner, RSM Australia 

Jacob Elkhishin is a Director in RSM’s Risk Advisory division, specialising in Climate Change and Sustainability Services in Brisbane. He is the National leader of Resources, Mining, Energy and Sustainability, as well as RSM’s Global Chair of ESG and Climate services. He has over 18 years’ experience in the provision of Risk, ESG and internal audit services working in both public and private sectors.  

Jacob has assisted clients in the Energy and Resources Industry (Electricity, Mining, Oil and Gas), Transport, Infrastructure, and the Public SectorHe works closely with Senior Management and regularly presents reports to Boards and Audit Committees. 

Who should attend?  

Business leaders and managers cannot afford to miss this update, including: 

  • CEOs, CFOs, CSOs, CROs 
  • directors 
  • company secretaries 
  • general counsel 
  • heads of ESG 
  • risk managers 
  • heads of internal audit 
  • legal advisers 
  • anyone else with governance or risk management responsibilities. 

The workshop is relevant for all sectors including listed, non-listed, government and not-for-profit. 

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