Track 1: Monitoring and Reporting
Wednesday, June 7 | 11:20 a.m. – Noon
Maureen Kline, vice president, sustainability and public affairs, Pirelli Tire North America
There is a misguided belief that corporations only improve their environmental practices when regulators tell them to. The reality is that engaging with stakeholders who insist on sound environment, social and governance (ESG) standards makes good business sense, and investors have noticed. U.S. assets under management using ESG strategies grew to $8.72 trillion in 2016, up 33 percent from two years earlier. One company, Pirelli Tire, broadened its shareholder base by appealing to long-term institutional investors, particularly those focusing on ESG. What is a company like Pirelli doing that its counterparts can adopt?
In this session, you will learn: