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We're delighted to announce that we're organising our ESG Autumn Day on 27 September 2023 in our premises. This fully physical event will consist of a plenary session in the morning followed by a variety of selective hands-on workshops. Join us to discuss ESG Due Diligence, non-financial reporting, double materiality and tax matters in the ESG context, to name a few. There are topics for both financial industry players as well as corporates.
Date & schedule
This event will take place on Wednesday 27 September 2023 from 8.30 am to 14.30 CET at our premises, including a networking lunch.
PwC Luxembourg: 2 rue Gerhard Mercator - 2182 Luxembourg
To ensure a high level of interactivity and network, we have not planned any possibility to connect remotely to any session.
|08:30||Welcome coffee & Registration|
Welcome & Introduction followed by PwC's Sustainability Market Pulse Survey
Frédéric Vonner, Partner, PwC Luxembourg
|Session 1 - ESG Due Diligence: risk management or value creation?||
Panel discussion moderated by Frédéric Vonner, Partner & Oriane Schoonbroodt, Director, PwC Luxembourg and with:
|Session 2 - Demystify CSRD transformation - operational impacts, double materiality assessment and other challenges||
Julien Melotte, Partner, PwC Luxembourg
Julien Jacqué, Director, PwC Luxembourg
Claire Cherpion, Director, PwC Luxembourg
|Session 3 - PAI at entity level: what the first reports tell us||
Olivier Carré, Partner, PwC Luxembourg
Michael Horvath, Partner, PwC Luxembourg
|11:30||Workshop to choose upon registration - please see details below|
|12:00||Workshop to choose upon registration - please see details below|
|13:30||Workshop to choose upon registration - please see details below|
|14:00||Workshop to choose upon registration - please see details below|
|14:30||End of the event|
In the following section you will find the details of each workshop.
If you have any questions, please contact our Events Team by email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
During the session we will investigate the impact of the main findings and recommendations the CSSF provides in its thematic review for Management Companies, AIFMs and Asset Managers.
Michael Horvath, Partner and Timo Scholla, Senior Manager - PwC Luxembourg
Making your CSRD transformation as efficient as possible will depend on a proper and pragmatic double materiality assessment (DMA). In this session, we will discuss challenges and operational impacts coming from the DMA exercise leveraging practical use cases applicable to both the financial and non-financial sectors.
Julien Melotte, Partner, Claire Cherpion, Director and Ruggero Golini, Senior Manager - PwC Luxembourg
Mourad Garouche, Partner - PwC Luxembourg
Begga Sigurdardottir, Partner - PwC Luxembourg
A practical look at why and how CFOs play a critical role in a company's ESG journey through alignment of the financial strategy with sustainability goals driven by the double materiality, managing risks, engaging stakeholders and ensuring transparent actionable reporting. We will explore practical cases on how CFOs can contribute to a company's ESG transformation through data and reporting, capital allocation, performance management, integration into decision making, stakeholder engagement and internal collaboration for both financial and non-financial sectors.
Baptiste Guionnet, Partner and Julien Jacqué, Director - PwC Luxembourg
In our workshop, we discuss emerging practices around meaningfully integrating climate risk considerations into a bank’s risk appetite framework, from reputational aspects to the integration of climate risk considerations into lending and investment decisions. We will discuss select case studies and will invite participants to share their experiences.
Lorenz von Below, Senior Manager - PwC Luxembourg
The emergence of repeated and massive climate-related perils has put the insurance undertakings under pressure, with even questioning on the ability of the industry to ensure insurability of some risks as well as higher scrutiny of regulators and politicians. Undoubtedly part of the solution to limit the far-reaching impact of these risks, insurers need to proactively anticipate the needs for new data set, new tools as well as monitoring and modelling techniques. This workshop will tackle the developments in this new space through the various challenges identified to date.
Anthony Dault, Partner and Pavel Kostyuchenko, Partner - PwC Luxembourg
Advisory Partner, Sustainable Finance & Sustainability Leader, PwC Luxembourg
Tel: +352 49 48 48 4173
Deputy Managing Partner, Technology & Transformation Leader, PwC Luxembourg
Tel: +352 49 48 48 4174
Audit Partner, Industry & Public Sector, Sustainability, PwC Luxembourg
Tel: +352 49 48 48 5287
Audit Partner, ESG Audit Leader, PwC Luxembourg
Tel: +352 49 48 48 5410