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ESG Directors’ liability series – Governance risk

ESG and Sustainability|Financial, Executive and Professional Risks (FINEX)

By Angus Duncan | March 2, 2021

In this webinar, we discuss where liabilities for directors may occur when considering the Governance aspect of ESG.
ESG Directors’ Liabilites – Governance risk

In September 2020, we began the launch of our three-part ESG Directors' Liabilities series to discuss the liabilities that directors may face in the Environmental, Social and Governance risk aspects of ESG.

This is the third and final one of our series focusing on the G - Governance, which you can re-watch above.

ESG is a broad term but with three main components; Environmental, Social and Governance. These topics are becoming increasingly more important, but what is it all about?


This refers to natural resources and includes topics such as climate change, sustainability and pollution.

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This refers to how a company treats its employees and covers topics such as humans rights, standards of labour, health and safety, inclusion and diversity, and how a company manages its talent.

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Governance is the topic that third and final part of our series which we talk about in the webinar featured on this page.

Governance is one that directors and officers may be most familiar with and covers topics such as board structures and remuneration, business ethics, accounts standards, data security and privacy, and much more.

We hope you have enjoyed our ESG Directors’ Liabilities series. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch.


Executive Director
Coverage Specialist, FINEX

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