21 min

Operationalising ESG initiatives with Control Risks' Emma Arnold Airmic Talks

    • Business

Welcome to episode four of Airmic Talks ESG – your monthly podcast from the UK’s risk and insurance community, all about on trends in Environmental, Social and Governance topics within our profession.

Our guest in this episode is Emma Arnold, a Director based in London, leading Control Risks’ environmental practice for EMEA, which forms part of its wider global ESG consulting team.

Emma has a strong focus on risk and governance concerning operationalising an ESG vision that has been set out by the board or senior leadership of corporations.

For the archive of Airmic Talks ESG episodes, visit: https://www.airmic.com/airmic-talks

Airmic promotes and supports the planning, undertaking and subsequent recording, of Continuous Professional Development (CPD), and like, many Airmic activities, listening to Airmic Talks is eligible for CPD hours and points, subject to the CPD scheme you belong to. We anticipate an individual on average being able to claim 30 minutes per edition of Airmic Talks when listened to in full.

Welcome to episode four of Airmic Talks ESG – your monthly podcast from the UK’s risk and insurance community, all about on trends in Environmental, Social and Governance topics within our profession.

Our guest in this episode is Emma Arnold, a Director based in London, leading Control Risks’ environmental practice for EMEA, which forms part of its wider global ESG consulting team.

Emma has a strong focus on risk and governance concerning operationalising an ESG vision that has been set out by the board or senior leadership of corporations.

For the archive of Airmic Talks ESG episodes, visit: https://www.airmic.com/airmic-talks

Airmic promotes and supports the planning, undertaking and subsequent recording, of Continuous Professional Development (CPD), and like, many Airmic activities, listening to Airmic Talks is eligible for CPD hours and points, subject to the CPD scheme you belong to. We anticipate an individual on average being able to claim 30 minutes per edition of Airmic Talks when listened to in full.

21 min