Eileen M. Durey, CFP®, Senior Investment Officer and Head of Sustainable Investing at Hemenway Trust Company will speak on a panel presented by the NIRI Virtual Chapter Finance on ESG: Driving Effective ESG Engagement with the Investment and Broader Stakeholder Community. Eileen will be participating alongside Sharon Basel, senior manager of sustainability at General Motors and Tammy Perry, Director of Corporate Sustainability at Edwards Lifesciences.
Corporate ESG or Sustainability reporting is no longer a "nice to have," it is a "must." However, an annual ESG or CSR report is only one piece of a strategic process to attract and retain capital. This session will build on prior ESG discussions with a focus on effective engagement with financial markets and broader stakeholder community on sustainability topics. How can corporations effectively engage with ESG rating agencies, investors and other stakeholders to ensure ESG performance is accurately recognized?
NIRI Virtual assembled a great panel with a wealth of knowledge on all things sustainability and ESG. Join the session to gain valuable insights to drive improved ESG focus, reporting, engagement and disclosure. Learn more about the program here.
Eileen M. Durey develops tailored investment strategies for high net worth individuals, families, foundations and endowments. She has more than 20 years of experience performing research and due diligence across multi-asset classes, including traditional equities, socially responsible/impact investing, private equity/early stage and venture capital allocation. Read her full bio here.
Sharon Basel is responsible for developing the sustainability strategy for General Motors, ensuring alignment with its business model and identifying key performance indicators and goals for business planning.
Tammy Perry is responsible for the enterprise-wide sustainability strategy, goals and initiatives, integration into overall business strategy and measuring impact at Edwards Lifesciences.
At Hemenway Trust Company, ESG analysis has become an increasingly important part of our diligence process as a way to garner a more comprehensive understanding of the companies in which we invest, with a focus on factors including reputational risk, regulatory developments, or megatrends, such as climate change/price of carbon. Learn more about our approach to ESG Investing here.