The Directors' E&S Guidebook - A practical resource to understand and navigate investors' expectations on board oversight and disclosure on environmental and social matters
Environmental and social (E&S) factors, such as climate change and diversity, continue to grow in prominence in the investment community and society at-large. It is increasingly recognized that E&S matters are critical drivers of a company's strategy and risk management, and ultimately, business sustainability.

This webinar provides the opportunity for corporate directors, investors, corporate secretaries, investor relations professionals and securities lawyers to learn about investors' emerging expectations regarding the governance of E&S factors.

The Directors' E&S Guidebook was developed following interviews with directors from some of the leading companies in Canada and abroad, combined with an extensive literature review on the topic of board E&S governance and significant input from investors. The recently published guidebook outlines 29 principles-based E&S recommendations covering eight key governance areas, providing practical insights for effective board oversight and company disclosure of E&S matters.

Join us to learn about this useful resource and hear insights from both the institutional investor and corporate director perspectives.

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Date: October 31, 2018

Time: 12:00 PM EDT


Donald Charter,
Chair of the Board, IAMGOLD Corporation

Michelle De Cordova,
Director, Corporate Engagement & Public Policy, NEI Investments

Nancy Lockhart,
Chair, Environmental Health and Safety Committee, Loblaw Companies Limited

Barbara Zvan,

Chief Risk & Strategy Officer, Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan


Catherine McCall,
Executive Director, Canadian Coalition for Good Governance