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New ESG legislation came into force on April 6 2022 enshrining the previously voluntary regulations created by the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD), and affects over 1,300 of the UK’s largest traded companies.

Businesses are now required to disclose information about their sustainability.
This legislation will exacerbate companies’ need to prioritise a green agenda which will also include the UK’s Net Zero commitment.

ESG has the potential to not only transform businesses but also the environment.

The new legislation affects over 1,300 of the UK’s largest traded companies, including banks and insurers, together with private companies with a turnover of £500 million+ and over 500 employees.

An insurer’s ESG policy will be inextricably linked with digital transformation, because it is both a risk to be assessed and covered for customers, and equally requires internal management on behalf of the insurer organisation.

Topics covered include:

  • What are the origins of ESG?
  • What does ESG mean for insurers?
  • Reputation opportunities and risks for companies
  • The areas covered under the three elements of the policy
  • ESG reporting
  • Supply Chain Risk
  • Greenwashing
  • How to create an ESG score for your business.

Keep reading to learn more about ESG regulations, strategies and risks that will help you seize new opportunities and prepare for the future.


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