Deals webcast series: Integrating environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues in deals and valuing their impact
October 22, 2013



Deals webcast series: Integrating environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues in deals and valuing their impact
 This presentation will be available to audience members until April 17, 2015 at 01:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time.
  Investors are increasingly taking environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors into consideration when assessing the value of a company. However, most executives are unsure how to truly unlock this value the impact it can have on essential reporting and IPO sale prices.

We’ll discuss the role solutions like ESG can play in increased valuation by creating cost-savings and driving new revenue streams. We’ll also dive into questions about a company’s sustainability program that are being asked by new stakeholders, like the Exchanges and private equity, and how it is more important than ever to have effective answers. Finally, we’ll discuss the results of our newly released PE Responsible Investment Survey where over 100 respondents shared their views on understanding, quantifying, and communicating the value of ESG.

Topics of discussion will include:
  • What is ESG?
  • How does ESG factor into the deal process?
  • What is the role of new stakeholders in IPO valuation and how can you be prepared to interact with them?
  • How does PE view ESG management?
Speakers:
Scott J. Gehsmann
, PwC Partner specializing in deals and financial reporting
Andy Cristinzio, PwC Partner specializing in private equity deals
Tom Kalinosky, PwC Director specializing in environmental-related financial risk and reporting
Lauren Kelley Koopman, PwC Director specializing in sustainability consulting
 
  Note: In order to receive CPE credit for your participation in this event, you must be present for the entire, live webcast and also respond, in real-time, to each of several live polling questions that will appear on your screen throughout the webcast. At the end of the event, you will have the option to download your CPE certificate directly from the event console, which you can either print or save to your computer at that time. If you choose, you may also return to the webcast archive to download your certificate for up to 12 months after the conclusion of the live presentation.
 
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