sustainable-finance

Co Creation Workshop

Supply Chain Traceability: Better Data, Lower Risk​

• Collaborate with change agents in sustainable finance.
• Exchange insights with experts within banks and startups.
• Share best practices with leaders in spatial finance, risk management, NGOs, technology and consulting.
• Learn how to advance sustainability initiatives inside your organisation.

Supply Chain Traceability: Better Data, Lower Risk​

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In 2019, leading banks and the United Nations launched the Principles for Responsible Banking, with 130 banks collectively holding $47 trillion in assets, or one third of the global banking sector, signing up.


In line with these Principles, banks committed to strategically align their business with the goals of the Paris Agreement on Climate Change and the Sustainable Development Goals, and bolster their contribution to the achievement of both endeavours.


However, this huge volume of capital is trickling from behind a dam created by uncertainty from lack of data, taxonomies, schemas, reporting and products, robust enough to satisfy the risk register of financial institutions. The result is a lack of confidence about viable options for investing in sustainable initiatives.

Supply chain traceability – yielding dynamic, trustworthy, and secure data from complex supply chains – is required for investors to deliver on the promise of Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG).

Finextra Research and ResponsibleRisk will be running a thought-provoking series of editorial, research and experiential events to bring banking and technology ecosystems together, to collaborate on enabling this wave of change.

 

Responsiblerisk

Agenda: 1 - 2 December 2021

Lean back

01 Dec 2021 11.00 - 11.15 GMT

Introduction

How is today going to work? What do we want to achieve? We explain the interactive format and recap the third workshop.

01 Dec 2021 11.15 - 11.30 GMT

State of the supply chain

Supply chains are a conveyor belt – converting nature into goods. But do we know the provenance of all the materials involved, and their impact on people and the planet? If the planet was a balance sheet, we are in a loss – exploiting 1.6 times more Earths than we have. There is $44 trillion associated with nature at risk.

01 Dec 2021 11.30 - 11.45 GMT

Case study: Waste management and data

Tracking and tracing solid waste data is the dirty, hard end of the supply chain. We explore how to solve this problem using asynchronous data and aggregation techniques.

01 Dec 2021 11.45 - 12.00 GMT

How an investment manager sources scope 1, 2 & 3 data for carbon assessment of portfolio​

We describe the challenges – and solutions – to sourcing reliable scope 1,2 & 3 data, through and beyond corporate disclosure and plans for biodiversity reporting.

Lean in

01 Dec 2021 12.00 - 12.05 GMT

Introduction

We introduce how this section will run​.

01 Dec 2021 12.05 - 12.35 GMT

Panel session and Q&A

Panel session and Q&A with speakers from Lean Back sessions, plus guests.

01 Dec 2021 12.35 - 12.40 GMT

Closing remarks

Learn by doing

01 Dec 2021 14.00 - 15.45 GMT

Workshop 1 - Investment portfolio building– Investor focus

Investors take the use case from Day One to drill down into the challenges and opportunities of using data from supply chains to make investment risk decisions and assist with physical and transition risk in portfolios.

02 Dec 2021 11.00 - 12.45 GMT

Workshop 2 - Investee focus

An FMCG firm seeking investment to support their transition to a sustainable circular economy – across their supply chain – describes the challenges and opportunities it faces, as well as the role of supply chain data to evidence progress.

02 Dec 2021 14.00 - 15.45 GMT

Workshop 3 - ​The digital twin of physical assets focus

We redefine the relationship between physical assets and distributed digital commerce – exploring the rapid transition of human commerce to a fully sustainable, circular global economy. The key is to develop an end-to-end ecosystem that brings security and trust to the intersection of distributed commerce and the trade ​of physical assets.

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