Corporate climate governance: reducing risks and improving access to capital

  • 28 Oct 2021
  • Online, 09:00 - 10:00 London time
  • Financial Times and the EBRD
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With many emerging markets highly exposed to climate-related risks, the response of private companies in vulnerable regions is not only instrumental to tackling the climate emergency but also essential to building robust and resilient economies.  Despite this, many corporations operating in these geographies do not yet sufficiently consider their exposure to risks arising from the physical impacts of climate change and the transition to low-carbon economies when making business and investment decisions.

This event, organised in partnership with the EBRD, will focus on the practical steps companies in emerging markets can take to improve their corporate climate governance, manage climate risks and identify new business opportunities. How can organisations best integrate key climate-related risk strategies and strengthen climate-related financial management and disclosure? What progress has been made in emerging markets and in which key ways can comprehensive climate-related financial management and disclosure be a competitive advantage when accessing capital?

A previous FT Digital Dialogue compared climate-related financial disclosure levels in emerging and developed markets and how any disclosure gap is likely to affect emerging market corporates’ access to capital. View it on demand.

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