8:00 AM ET / 13:00 GMT/ 14:00 CET
Dominique Lamoureux, President, Cercle d’Ethique des Affaires (CEA)
8:05 AM ET / 13:05 GMT/ 14:05 CET
P2: Plenary Session – Comparative approach to CSR and ESG – France, UK and USA
Led by Birgit Kurtz, Fellow – World Economic Forum, Nicholas Vantreese, Deputy Director of Citizen Engagement – La Banque Postale and Annabel Gillard, International Advisory Council – Institute of Business Ethics (IBE)
Slowly but surely, CSR standards are being imposed on multinational companies. The weight of the extra-financial rating known as ESG and their increasingly systematic use by the financial sector seems to complete this trend. At a time when the European Union is trying to harmonize ESG rating, it is interesting to explore the similarities and differences with which this subject is treated in continental Europe, Great Britain, and the United States. What are the guidelines and standards used? What are their expectations? What methods and measures are deployed?
9:15 AM ET / 14:15 GMT/ 15:15 CET
9:30 AM ET / 14:30 GMT/ 15:30 CET
S5 Breakout Sessions
Are there risks in applying ethical standards?
Led by Peter Elam, Group Head of Risk Management and Business Assurance – Anglo American plc
S6 Breakout Sessions
How a strong ethics culture can help your compliance programme?
Led by Stéphanie Scouppe, Chief Ethics Officer – Aéroports de Paris (ADP)
10:45 AM ET / 15:45 GMT/ 16:45 CET
11:00 AM ET / 16:00 GMT/ 17:00 CET
S7 Breakout Sessions
The future of compliance analytics
Led by Matt Galvin Global Vice President for Ethics and Compliance – Anheuser-Busch In-Bev
S8 Breakout Sessions
Training E&C: Best practices
Led by Marc Toussaint, Ethics & Compliance Officer, Training specialist – Airbus
12:15 PM ET / 17:15 GMT/ 18:15 CET
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