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Measuring and valuing corporate sustainability

Corporate sustainability performance, and how it is measured and valued, has undergone a massive evolution in recent years – at least in theory.
In practice, the information delivered in company sustainability reports continues to fall short of what investors want.
That’s why Innovation Forum has launched a unique forum where large companies, big investors and leading research experts meet to debate how to measure and value corporate responsibility in practice.
The Measurement and Valuation of Corporate Sustainability – does it all add up?’ will take place in London on 29th-30th June. The forum will take a rigorous and questioning look at:
How large companies measure – and value – sustainability progress. Hear from leading firms on how they prioritise measurement and decide how to value key parts of their sustainability practices.What do investors want from sustainability strategy in large companies? 
Hear from leading financial institutions on what they think adds value, and why.Strengthen the business case for corporate responsibility and sustainability internally. 
Hear frank views from leading companies, critical experts and the stakeholders who influence. Understand the potential of putting numbers on CR and sustainability practices. Hear from experts on the positives and negatives of differing forms of sustainability value assessments.Risk management. How mainstream investors use valuation information to evaluate corporate risk. Find out how this is evolving.
The forum will bring together senior executives from the likes of Rio Tinto, J.P. Morgan, Walgreens Boots Alliance, Hermes Investment Management, Marks & Spencer, EY, Allianz Global Investors, Tullow, Trucost, FTSE, Aberdeen Asset Management and many more.
You can see the list of speakers and latest agenda here.
If you’d like to be kept up to date with the forum, do let me know.
Or contact: 
Natasha Bodnar
Innovation Forum
Events and Insight for Sustainability
+44 (0) 203 780 7432