The world of sustainability data is a muddled one. It is unstructured and, different from financial information, not subject to auditing. To navigate the chaos, financial market participants need to put in place teams and processes - otherwise, no sustainability insights can be drawn from the data, and complying with disclosure regulations might become a lost cause. This is certainly a challenge for smaller asset managers, asset owners, and wealth advisors.
In this webinar, we will help you navigate this landscape by sharing the ins and outs of how we at Datia work with sustainability data to dramatically reduce the workload and complexity for our customers. We will also talk about what we believe to be the future - more qualified data thanks to CSRD and less time spent scouting for data and handling errors thanks to technology.
Here are some specific topics we will cover:
- The sustainability data and technology landscapes
- Potential sustainability data sources
- Comparison of two approaches: Manual vs. Automated (with Datia)
- The future of sustainability data: gained efficiency thanks o automation
- The future of sustainability data: better data quality thanks to CSRD
- About Datia
Webinar: "The state of sustainability data in 2023: Overcoming quality and complexity challenges"
Date: June 8, 2023
Time: 11:00 CET
Duration: 30-45 min
How to attend: register using the link below and you will receive, in your e-mail, a link to join the online webinar from any browser. You will also be able to add a reminder to your calendar.
If you cannot attend this time around, do not worry. This webinar will be recorded and available on our website a few days after.
Nora is an experienced sustainability professional with a background in sustainability consulting, finance, and regulation. She's spent numerous hours reading sustainability reports and EU directives and regulations.
Ignacio has been interested in computers since he was a child, and he began developing games at a young age. After his time at PwC, he joined Datia where he leads the tech team responsible for sourcing data and developing our software that automated calculations and sustainability reporting.