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Turning the tide – managing and leveraging ESG reporting

Turning the tide – managing and leveraging ESG reporting

15 June 2022 | 10:00 - 11:00

Turning the tide – managing and leveraging ESG reporting

A wall of ESG reporting is looming for both pension schemes and sponsors. In this session, Cardano (a sustainability advisory specialist since 2019) will provide insights drawn from their work advising trustees and sponsors on the potential impact of ESG-driven change on employer covenant, to help participants prioritise their energy and maximise their positive impact on members and sponsor performance.

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    this is a members only webinar.
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    1 hour

    of CPD
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Event Details


Topics of discussion:

More information to follow.

Who should attend:
  • Pension Scheme Managers
  • Trustees
  • Administrators
  • Policy advisers
  • Consultants
  • Lawyers
  • Corporate IFAs
  • Investment managers
  • Actuaries
  • Communication professionals
The venue
Event Venue Brighttalk 2


Hear from the experts

Michael Bushnell
Michael Bushnell
Cardano Group
- Managing Director, Head of Sustainability Advisory

Michael has over twelve years’ experience advising pension schemes and sponsors on all aspects of employer covenant, with a particular focus on integrated risk management solutions, covenant-led journey planning, ESG and regulatory issues.

Since 2019 he been Head of Sustainability Advisory. Alongside client work, Michael sits on the Sustainability Steer Co of the Cardano Group.

He previously worked at Zolfo Cooper where he gained extensive experience of restructuring and pensions advisory services. Michael is a qualified accountant (ACA) and has a Masters from Cambridge University.

Ben Wilmot
Ben Wilmot
Sustainability Advisory
- Director

Ben has over 10 years of experience working in financial services and since 2019 has worked exclusively in Sustainability Advisory alongside Michael.

Ben has developed our award-winning sustainability models (MACCI and EARTH) and currently advises a range of pension schemes and corporates on climate and broader sustainability issues.

Ben is a qualified accountant (ACA) and has an Economics degree from the University of Warwick (first class).