As environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues increasingly take center-stage, there is more interest from investors and boards in putting climate targets in their compensation policies.
“Willis Towers Watson is partnering with Climate Governance initiative in collaboration with the World Economic Forum to survey and interview board directors and Remuneration Committee members to understand how companies are embedding meaningful and ambitious Climate-related goals into executive pay. A recent Willis Towers Watson study on broader ESG and Executive Compensation matters indicated that 78 percent of board directors believe ESG is a key contributor to strong financial performance, in addition to its being the right thing to do.”
Speakers: Shai Ganu, Managing Director, Global Head of Executive Compensation, Willis Tower Watson Karina Litvack, Board Member of Eni and Co-Founder of Chapter Zero Panellists: Mirza Baig, Global Head of ESG Corporate Research and Stewardship, Aviva Investors Diva Moriani, Director and Chair of the remuneration committees of Generali and Moncler Teoh Su Yin, Senior Independent Director, CIMB Group Holdings
Moderator: Mark Reid, Global Leader of Rewards Business, Willis Towers Watson