Wednesday, March 6, 2024 (10:30 am - 1:30 pm) Meeting

AGGIORNAMENTO PERMANENTE
IN PERSON
Businesses and Sustainability: Challenges of CSR and the Role of Banks in the Green Transition

Reale Yacht Club Canottieri Savoia Banchina S. Lucia, 13 - 80132 NAPOLI

The ecological transition poses an increasingly significant challenge for businesses aiming to remain competitive in the market. Starting from this year, with the enforcement of the European Directive on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), companies will be required to publicly disclose the sustainability of their operations in terms of environmental, social, and corporate conduct impacts. Even Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs), not mandated for sustainability reporting, will soon find themselves accountable for their sustainability practices to clients or financial institutions. The latter, in fact, will play a crucial role in supporting companies through the ecological transition but must be able to demonstrate financial flows toward sustainable businesses.

What criteria will banks consider when providing financing? Where should one begin to implement concrete yet realistic changes?

In this meeting, there will be an opportunity to engage with Carlo Cici regarding the new obligations for businesses in the realm of sustainability and how to meet the expectations not only of consumers but also of the banking sector. Finally, insights will be shared on how banks can assist businesses in achieving a tangible and realistic ecological transition.

Further details will follow.

Speakers

Carlo Cici

Partner and Head of Sustainability Practice, The European House - Ambrosetti

Giuseppe Nargi

Direttore Regionale Campania, Calabria e Sicilia, Intesa Sanpaolo

Programme

March 06, 2024
10:30 am - 11 am Carlo Cici: "Unprecedented Acceleration?"
11 am - 11:25 am Giuseppe Nargi: "Incorporating 'ESG' Considerations in Intesa Sanpaolo's Credit Strategies and Processes"
11:25 am - 11:45 am Q&A
11:45 am - 12:15 pm Break
12:15 pm - 12:40 pm Giuseppe Nargi: "Solutions Offered by Intesa Sanpaolo to Support Companies in Sustainable Transition"
12:40 pm - 1:10 pm Carlo Cici: "Is it Worth Anticipating or Resisting?"
1:10 pm - 1:30 pm Q&A

Documenti dell'incontro

Nota informativa

AGGIORNAMENTO PERMANENTE
IN PERSON
Businesses and Sustainability: Challenges of CSR and the Role of Banks in the Green Transition

Nota informativa

Kit

AGGIORNAMENTO PERMANENTE
IN PERSON
Businesses and Sustainability: Challenges of CSR and the Role of Banks in the Green Transition

Kit

Documents

AGGIORNAMENTO PERMANENTEIN PERSON
Businesses and Sustainability: Challenges of CSR and the Role of Banks in the Green Transition

Policy brief: la rendicontazione di sostenibilità nel contesto europeo e italiano: una rivoluzione in atto

ASviS

AGGIORNAMENTO PERMANENTEIN PERSON
Businesses and Sustainability: Challenges of CSR and the Role of Banks in the Green Transition

Relazione Consolidata Non Finanziaria al 30 giugno 2023

Intesa Sanpaolo

AGGIORNAMENTO PERMANENTEIN PERSON
Businesses and Sustainability: Challenges of CSR and the Role of Banks in the Green Transition

Sostenibilità: leva competitiva e fattore di business

Eleonora Dalassena

Harward Business Review - Italia

AGGIORNAMENTO PERMANENTEIN PERSON
Businesses and Sustainability: Challenges of CSR and the Role of Banks in the Green Transition

Sustainable Value Creation: Closing the gap between stated commitments and operational realities

Robert G. Eccles, Alison Taylor

Globe Scan

AGGIORNAMENTO PERMANENTEIN PERSON
Businesses and Sustainability: Challenges of CSR and the Role of Banks in the Green Transition

Benefits of Accelerating the Climate Transition Outweigh the Costs

Jens Mehrhoff

IMF

AGGIORNAMENTO PERMANENTEIN PERSON
Businesses and Sustainability: Challenges of CSR and the Role of Banks in the Green Transition

Get Ready for More Transparent Sustainability Reporting

Richard Barker

MIT Sloan

AGGIORNAMENTO PERMANENTEIN PERSON
Businesses and Sustainability: Challenges of CSR and the Role of Banks in the Green Transition

Corporate sustainability reporting

European Commission