• Wednesday 24 February

    Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) is a key buzz-word in the sector at the moment. Our panel of experts provided a back to basics guide for those less familiar with ESG – and offered some food for thought for how it might impact your association and your role.

    Our panel included finance, governance and sustainability communications experts from both inside and outside of the housing sector:

    • Andy Roskell, Managing Director, DTP
    • Sarah Greenhalgh, Partner, Bevan Brittan
    • Sarah Forster, CEO, The Good Economy
    • Vimal Gaglani, Director of Treasury and Financial Planning, Abri
    • Elizabeth Edwards, Co-regulation Manager, Abri
    • Stewart Pimbley, Communications Director, IPB Communications

    In this webinar we:

    • Explained what ‘ESG’ is and where the term originates from 
    • Explored the reporting standards and wider agenda that the term encapsulates
    • Discussed the impact on housing associations, and considered what it means for different teams such as development, asset management, customer service, governance, finance and procurement
    • Provided case studies from both inside and outside the sector
    • Provided practical steps and tips for all size of organisation

    You can watch the webinar on demand via the video beneath:

    Gain an insight into ESG and available funding, with our introductory video: 


    ESG Endorsement

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