Sustainable Reporting in Russia
September 29, THU
09:00 - 10:30
Transparency and disclosure are fundamental to sustainable finance. If information about companies' social and environmental performance indicators is not available, investors, insurers and bankers cannot make the right choices about investing, insuring or banking.
Governments are planning to change behavior by creating new legal and regulatory frameworks, introducing mandatory reporting on social and environmental aspects, for example, the European Union Action Plan/Sustainable Finance Disclosures Regulation.
The Russian government is currently working on some potentially innovative initiatives.
Undoubtedly, there are risks, but at the same time there are significant opportunities that will arise if we align our economic activities more closely with the needs of society, while respecting global constraints.
The discussion session will include the following questions:
- New standards in the new economy;
- The increasing role of accounting and reporting in the new economic reality;
- Sustainable development as an opportunity to reduce costs and increase business profitability;
- Improving the quality of life of the population;
- Using international experience, what Russia can offer in this area to the world community.
Deputy CEO of the RusQuality, Head of the Secretary for the Russian Government Quality Award
President, Philippine Society for Quality
The First Deputy of General Director of the Argumenty I Facty Publishing House, Educational Institution ‘Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation’
General Director, International and Comparative Law Research Center
Head of Corporate Affairs Development Division of the Corporate Affairs Department of the Central Bank of Russia
Member of the Board, Accounts Chamber of the Russian Federation
* The Programme may be subject to change