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Thursday 20 April 2023 - 6pm to 10.30pm - Blue Rooms Venue, 220 Headstone Lane, Harrow, HA2 6LY
ESG is about more than required disclosures
New climate reporting disclosures are a step in the right direction towards a sustainable economy, but your business's ESG efforts shouldn't end there.
Road to COP26 – what are the sustainable business opportunities?
How can small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) play a part in achieving the UK Government's target of net-zero on emissions by 2050?
Role of Internal Audit in ensuring sustainable business processes
Internal auditors play a critical role in driving the ESG and sustainability agenda. Internal auditors are well placed to ensure that Board members and senior management of organisations are prioritising ESG factors in all activities.
Reporting on climate change in your financial accounts
As governments and businesses come under more pressure to combat climate change, organisations are also increasingly expected to provide transparency on this topic to their stakeholders.
ESG vs. Impact Investments
ESG investments consider environmental, social and corporate governance criteria in determining investment decisions.
Budget 2021: property and sustainable investment
While COVID-19 took centre stage in this year's Budget, there were also some headline-grabbing measures on property and sustainable investment.
The future is green investment: focusing on ESG in 2021
In 2021, climate change continues to be a vital issue for investment managers, despite the distraction of COVID-19. Here’s why ESG and green investments matters for your firm.
Off-payroll working in the private sector, IR35
The emergence of COVID-19 put paid to the changes affecting large and medium-sized private-sector organisations this time last year, but now it’s for real.
National insurance contribution (NIC) planning
Our state pension, benefits, health service and more are all funded by National Insurance contributions (NICs).
Spring Budget 2021 Summary
The Chancellor has attempted to strike a balance between continuing to prop up the businesses worst affected by COVID-19, while setting out a roadmap to wean the UK economy off this emergency support.
Sunday 21 February 2021 - Online webinar