Webinar: Do you know ESG? Environmental Expectations for the Corporate World

The investment communities at large have become increasingly focused on investing in companies with strong environmental, social and governance (ESG) standards. In turn, this new focus has created new considerations for the government.

Discussion Points

  • The history and current drivers of disclosure and ESG standards.
  • The potential impacts of new ESG standards on industry sectors, insurers and investors.
  • Key takeaways and insights around what to expect in the future and new ESG standard’s likely impact on U.S. business and our economy.


  • Lauren Kim – Senior Vice President, Legal and Technical Leader, NFP
  • Chris Alviggi – Managing Director, Environmental, NFP
  • Peter Kelso – Principal, Economic & Complex Analytics (ECA), Roux Inc.
  • Drew Howard – Managing Consultant, Economic & Complex Analytics (ECA), Roux Inc

What is ESG?

  • Environmental
  • Social
  • Governance

ESG is a set of standards for a company’s operations that measure its sustainability and social responsibility.

Criteria can include a company’s energy use, emissions, waste disposal, pollution management and how it treats the environment.

What does the future hold?

  • Disclosure will be mandatory for both corporate entities and financial managers.
  • Companies need to understand how to collect data and comply with federal and state level regulation.
  • Climate change poses significant risk at both operational and investment levels.
  • Insurers and reinsurers need to assess ESG related risk.