Double Materiality Roundtable and Q&A sessions

Answering your most burning questions...
Double Materiality and CSRD are truly at the center of most teams’ attention, and that is encouraging! Following Finch & Beak’s recent ESG Acceleration webinar, we have received over 60 + questions on Double Materiality coming from our audience. To further deep dive into more practical examples and tools, we are hosting free 40-minute roundtable sessions to go over the most pressing questions. Bas Nuijten, Director of Consulting at Finch & Beak will be leading the Q&A in an interactive discussion in small groups of participants.

Focus of the sessions

The main topics we intend to cover during those Q&A sessions are:

  1. The options for stakeholder engagement;
  2. The measurement process (selecting the items, weighing them, defining thresholds & looking at scope 3);
  3. The positive and the negative impacts of material items; 
  4. The application of the results, from strategy to operationalisation.

Though we will start with a couple practical questions we received upfront, we will then open the floor after 10-15 minutes for Q&A open exchanges.

Sign up to secure your spot

The sessions are being held groups from 12 to 16 participants and take up to 40 minutes. This personal approach allows our attendees to ask their most pressing questions and take part in the discussions. Spot are limited so we will highly appreciate it to reserve your seat in one of the timeslots:

Please only consider signing up if you intend to join us, as the capacity for each session is limited. Should you have to cancel, please let us well in advance. In case of high demand, we might have to give priority to clients.

In order to maximally facilitate peer learning in an open environment, we exclusively honor applications from corporate email addresses. Other applications will be rejected. We look forward to having you join us for this highlight event and sharpening your double materiality approach!

Privacy Notice | Finch & Beak © 2024. All rights reserved.