|Cambridge Scholarly Luncheon at Grand Hyatt Pool House|
|HKEx decided to implement a semi-mandatory requirement for Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) reporting from 2016 onwards, whether listed companies or companies preparing to be listed on main board or GEM board, it is important to know its impact.
With HKEx’s upcoming enhanced ESG reporting requirements, the clock is ticking for listed companies to report their sustainability performance. Whilst the HKEx has taken a step-by-step approach to helping listed companies to comply with these requirements, there are still several hurdles which listed companies must face. In this seminar, the speaker shared some of the more complex key performance indicator (”KPI”) calculations, and how, in time, ESG reporting strategies can bring about sustainable business benefits.
|Mr. Arthur Lam, Vice Chairman of the Board and Executive Director, Synergy Group Holdings International Limited|
|Beyond initial costs to see the long-term gains in lower utility costs, less downtime and increased building equity, there are choices for reducing energy use in almost all functional areas of a commercial office.
We shared multiple options of energy management, not only lighting, cooling, heating, also communication and education.