WEBINAR: Sustainability and the Corporate Finance Department

February 25, 2014

Presented via The Conference Board of Canada

  • February 25, 2014
  • 01:00 PM EST
  • Live Webinar

This 60-minute webinar with Coro Strandberg, CSR and sustainability thought leader, will explore the emerging role of the Chief Financial Officer. Coro will explain why the modern risk landscape makes sustainability management an imperative for firms. She will discuss the increasing role of finance and the associated drivers and trends. And she will outline the many ways in which CFOS incorporate sustainability into their roles.


Document Highlights

As the business world faces new risks, threats and opportunities, the role of the Chief Financial Officer is changing. Globalization, population growth, resource scarcity and other social and environmental issues are transforming the competitive landscape and affecting company prospects. Shareholders, customers, employees, auditors and other stakeholders increasingly expect companies to address sustainability issues. Forward-thinking CFOs see that sustainability is now central to value protection and creation and encourage their teams to become sustainability leaders in their firms.

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