It’s hard to keep up with the pace of change in environmental, social and governance (ESG) policy. With a number of game-changing developments in the past year alone, there’s no doubt that ESG is at the forefront of the agenda for both corporates and the financial sector. The introduction of mandatory due diligence means there is much for ESG practitioners to learn from their financial crime colleagues, and vice versa.
RUSI’s Alexandria Reid dives into this rapidly evolving world with James Ford of Mayer Brown. Together, they discuss lessons from the past 10 years of ESG policy, and what we might expect next.
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Associate Fellow; Senior Global Policy Adviser at Global Witness