4th Annual SILC Conference Presents

SIX CAPITALS OF SUSTAINABILITY

New York

May 9th, 2019

CPE/CLE and Ethics credits will be applied

main-sponsors-v1

Date

May 9, 2019

Location

Midtown, NYC

Speaker

31 Speakers

Tickets

250 Seats

Date

May 9, 2019

Location

Midtown, NYC

Speaker

31 Speakers

Tickets

250 Seats

Overview

Founded in 2015, the Sustainability Investment Leadership Council (SILC) works with all players in the investment ecosystem, including investors, accounting firms and law firms, to integrate sustainability as part of companies' overall growth strategies. We spark innovation by discussing ideas that align economic opportunities and environmental, social and governance stewardship to benefit companies and their shareholders and stakeholders.

SILC fosters insights into how investors, accountants, and attorneys can incorporate sustainability practices that align economic opportunity with sustainable policies. SILC’s vision is to educate, encourage, and expand the understanding of sustainability and the impact it has on profitability based on policy, measurability, and standards.

2019 - Program Highlights

  • Why Diversity Initiatives Haven't Worked: Investigating Bias
  • Technology, AI, and Data: How it Affects the Future of Work
  • Risk Hidden in Plain Sight: Exploring and Understanding the Corporate Supply Chain
  • Not Just Financial Capital: Integrated Reporting and the Six Capitals
  • How to Diligence and Invest in Businesses for Sustainable Returns
  • Creating and Reading the Reports: Measuring and Applying the Principles of Sustainability
  • The Economic Priority: Inclusion and Diversity
  • The Next Generation Already Contributing to Building Better Businesses
SILC_05_01_2018-051

Corporate Networking

  • Institutional Investors
  • Family Offices
  • Corporate Executives
  • Sustainability Experts
  • Industry Leaders
  • Next Generation Leaders
  • SILC Club Members

Venue

To Be Determined

Supporters

"In the fourth industrial revolution, corporations  will be key in transforming  the world for the better."

Herve P. Duteil

Managing Director BNP Paribas

"we really think about employee engagement  as a key driver of the sweet spot for companies-it connects the employee's passion and interest with community need and with company interest."

Madden DeGarmo Manion

Chief Development  Officer, Points of Light

"The CFO has to become a chief value officer. He is the true change maker inside a company" 

Mervyn E. King

PHD, LLD, Senior Counsel

"Reporting on sustainability can be combined with financial reporting, and companies are taking steps to communicate this broader perspective to the public" 

Kristen B. Sullivan, CPA, CGMA,

Partner, Deloitte & Touche LLP

Sponsors

Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!