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David St. Maur Sheil, ...
David St. Maur Sheil, Director of ASrIA and lead author of the Carbon Disclosure Project 2009 Asia ex-Japan Report said that Socially Responsible Investment or SRI Funds in Asia have surged from 158 to 203.
also pointed out some benefits for firms who commit to reporting:
David St. Maur Sheil, Joint ...
David St. Maur Sheil, Joint Executive Director of ASrIA, said: "We see that stock exchanges themselves potentially have a highly influential role to play in setting and driving governance and other Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance related standards.
David St. Maur Sheil, Joint Executive Director of ASrIA, explained: "When we consult with stock exchanges around Asia, our general principle is: 'the more corporate disclosure, the better.'" Mr. St. Maur Sheil added: "We strongly encourage all ASrIA members to provide feedback either through us or directly to the bourse so that their voices can be heard.
Environmental Impacts, Carbon Reporting, and Financial Risk - led by David Sheil, Director of Operations, Association for Sustainable and Responsible Investment in Asia (ASRIA)
Carbon Care Asia
Mr David Sheil, one of CCA's expert advisors and a co-founder of the Association for Sustainable & Responsible Investment (ASrIA), led the audience to see the perspective of institutional investors, who assess companies not only on their financial situation but also on their ESG compliances these days.
2. The CCA team pictured with Hon Kenneth Leung ( middle), officiating guest of the Seminar: (from left) CCA Director Ms Rosanna Wong, expert advisor Mr David Sheil, Board Chairman Mr Chong Chan Yau and CEO Ir Albert Lai.
7. Mr David Sheil
, one of CCA's expert advisors, explained the perspectives of institutional investors in his
presentation on "materiality assessment & third-party assurance" in ESG reporting.
David Sheil, Director of Operations, Association for Sustainable and Responsible Investment in Asia, defined a specific regimen for corporations to follow.
"The process begins by gathering data on your institution's carbon footprint, analyzing it to form the basis of a carbon management program - which would include a travel emissions management strategy, which then becomes the basis for benchmarking future emissions gains or reductions," said Sheil.