Course description

Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance (In-House)

  • Manage the implications of ESG from an investor and corporate perspective
  • Recognise the relationship between ESG investing and the potential for value creation
  • Understand real-life scenarios through case studies from a variety of industry sectors
  • Appreciate the difference in perspective and motivations of the various parties involved
  • Master the crucial ESG and sustainability issues so you can stay ahead of the competition
  • Analyse and integrate material ESG factors into your day-to-day role
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Training content


  • What is sustainable and ESG investing?
  • What are the trends driving sustainable and ESG investing?
  • Standards, principles, law and regulation – a confusing picture, what does it all mean for corporates and investors?
  • The FRC new Stewardship code

Impact of ESG on Investors

  • Why ESG investing focused on ‘material issues’ is becoming a business imperative for asset managers
  • The role of pension funds
  • An evolving view of fiduciary duty
  • What ESG information are investors looking for and how they use it

What are the Different Methods for Considering ESG Issues?

  • How is ESG integrated into investment processes across investment styles by analysts and portfolio managers?
  • How does this impact the way investors engage with corporates?
  • How does ESG create value?

The Rise of ESG and Shareholder Activism by Investors

  • Innovation in financial products
  • Where does ESG fail and what is holding it back?
  • Should we be focusing on the linkage between investment performance and social impact instead?


  • Does pursuing a sustainability agenda run counter to the wishes of shareholders?
  • Why creating stakeholder value, not shareholder value is the new normal for companies

How Should Companies Respond to Increased Investor Interest in ESG?

  • Purpose driven communications
  • Increased shareholder engagement
  • Middle manager involvement
  • Increased investment in internal systems to measure ESG performance
  • Improved communication and reporting

How ESG Impacts

  • Different industry sectors
  • Geographical regions
  • Corporates of different sizes

× What is the Future of ESG

  • Implications for corporates
  • Implications for investors


  • London course fee: £999.00 + VAT @ 20% = £1198.80
  • Online course fee: £699 + VAT if applicable

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International Faculty of Finance - IFF Finance & IFE Energy - Specialist Training Courses

As one of the world's leading specialist financial training organisations, The International Faculty of Finance, provides participants in the global financial markets with intensive technical training programmes designed to help them succeed on the global stage.  Established in 1991 we...

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