Every organisation must grapple with how it deals with and integrates Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) frameworks into its broader organisational strategy. Why? Because your business, like every business, needs to ensure a sustainable future.
With the rise of ESG being at the top of many boards’ and executive teams’ agendas, we have been hearing many questions from clients about how they can build a meaningful approach to ESG. As it continues to grow and expand, ESG needs to sit within the risk function of an organisation’s company policy and strategy – as opposed to being a PR stunt. So how do organisations make their ESG strategy meaningful?
Register for the webinar, “How Do You Turn ESG From a PR Exercise Into a Value-Creating Function?”, with Simon Levy, CEO at the Risk Management Institute of Australasia (RMIA), David Turner, CEO at RiskNZ, and our very own Beau Murfitt. The three will look at why ESG matters, the value it brings to an organisation and how businesses can give it true meaning and purpose.Login
Simon is a highly experienced risk professional with 20 years of industry experience in Australasia. He has worked with globally recognised brands and organisations, collaborating closely with senior executives to ensure effective risk mitigation and contributing to strategic intent. Simon is a service-oriented leader who excels at building and executing sustainable frameworks and engaging employees proactively for growth.
Simon’s executive leadership snapshot includes strategy development and execution, team development, financial management, enterprise risk management, and corporate governance. Simon has extensive industry experience in financial services, health and aged care, not for profits and charities, property management, retail, and manufacturing. Simon's unassuming approach has led to shifting entrenched mindsets and leading the maturity of the Risk Profession in Australasia.
David Turner is a senior business executive and trusted advisor with over 20 years of experience in the risk management industry. David was born in New Sealand and returned in 2016 to work on the Transdev Wellington rail network transition. He now lives in New Sealand permanently and has worked with Deloitte, KPMG, Defence, MOJ and PwC. He brings a unique blend of expertise across diverse areas with a focus on risk management of human behaviour – one of the more complex, dynamic and often over-looked areas of the industry.
Beau has over 20+ years of experience at Camms in roles across product development, customer support, and driving strategic direction as Chief Strategy Officer. He now focuses on all revenue-generating functions and ensuring long-term stability and growth for Camms. With his extensive professional development, including 4 years of TEC membership, and a Bachelor of Economics and MBA, Beau is well-equipped to navigate the GRC market and maximise client benefits from Camms solutions.