Climate Change

Here's why comparable ESG reporting is crucial for investors

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Maha Eltobgy

Managing Director and Chief Sustainability Officer, Brightstar Capital Partners

Tom Brown

Global Head Emeritus, Asset Management, KPMG International

Nadja Picard

Partner, Global Reporting Leader, PwC, Germany

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