ESG for Investor Relations
This virtual classroom course is designed to give Investor Relations (IR) and Communications Professionals an in-depth update on current best practices for communicating with ESG investors, analysts and advisors.
A company’s Environmental Social Governance (ESG) performance is increasingly used by investors to draw conclusions on quality of management, exposure to business risks and ability to leverage business opportunities. This information is used alongside financial and strategic data to gain a better understanding of a company’s future prospects. Therefore, it becomes more important for companies to communicate with investors clearly and accurately on these aspects of their performance. What are the regulations? What do investors need to know? How do you tell your ESG story effectively? Who are the influencers and decision makers in this process? What is best practice?
Facilitated by an expert IR practitioner with several key note speakers, this virtual classroom course will help listed companies navigate the changing landscape and integrate ESG communications into IR best practices
Who should attend?
This course has been designed to appeal to the following professionals:
- IR Professionals
- Communication and PR Directors of listed and listing companies
- Board Directors and Management teams
- Seasoned PR and IR consultants
- Capital markets practitioners
- A full copy of the course materials and examples
- A series of briefing papers covering regulations, best practices and other subjects that will serve as a reference guide and support your overall learning outcomes from the Masterclass.
If you require a private session for individual questions we can provide individual coaching sessions on a one-to-one basis with the course tutor.
CPD points: This course attracts 7 CPD points.
The journey from Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) to ESG. What are the milestones and how have these influenced and shaped IR practice
Unpicking the ‘ESG EcoSystem’ to understand the main decision makers and influencers. Learn how IROs successfully interacts with ESG stakeholders given the multiple, overlapping audiences
What is the evolving structure of the buy-side and sell-side in relation to ESG. How does this effect or influence your on-going IR plan?
Developing a roadmap to put ESG at centre of your IR reporting and programme
Creating and evolving the elements and building blocks of your IR programme to respond to the ESG challenge
From regulation, reporting, to materiality and communication: how to work successfully across functions from Board level to regional team support staff.