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ESG Masterclass

How to navigate and succeed with ESG

We are proud to announce this series of masterclasses on ESG with deep dives into the relevant key areas for companies to navigate and succeed with ESG. The events have been tailored in close collaboration with some of the most knowledgeable experts in the field and will build on practical real-life cases.

Click on each session to learn more and sign up.

Session 1: From ESG disruption to opportunity – ESG materiality and action planning for 2023

Copenhagen March 13 - Aarhus March 16

Session 2: Beyond the “E” - challenge your insights with ESG technology solutions

Copenhagen May 9 - May 22

Session 3:From compliance to value creation – how to grasp the ‘S’ in ESG

Copenhagen May 3 - Aarhus May 8

Session 4: A deep dive into the G in ESG – Governance

Copenhagen May 30 - Aarhus June 1


To achieve maximum value, all masterclass sessions will be in a workshop format with inspirational talks from the invited experts, facilitated group discussions, case presentations and plenty of time for Q&A.

Presentations will be in English. Group discussion will be in either English or Danish based on participants’ language preferences.

Why ESG reporting

The coming years will see the expansion and sharpening of ESG reporting requirements in an attempt to standardize non-financial reporting under the EU Action Plan on Financing Sustainable Growth. Some of these reporting requirements already apply to selected companies, namely the infamous EU Taxonomy. Others will apply in the near future, such as the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) and the Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive (CSDDD). These new regulatory requirements enter a complex landscape of mandatory and voluntary ESG frameworks and standards and pose a daunting challenge for many companies. A challenge that is further complicated by the lack of clarity and the many unknowns that accompany these new legislative frameworks.

Peter Nyvang Lager
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Peter Nyvang Lager

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