SeminarMarch 18, 2020 | 13:45 - 18:00 CEST | Hamburg
Sustainability: Future issues and corporate goals
The Paris Climate Agreement, UN sustainability goals and the Sustainable Finance Strategy of the Federal Government in Germany: The topic "Sustainability" links future issues with entrepreneurial objectives and fundamentally affects the way our world functions. Far-reaching changes are necessary if companies are to take responsibility for sustainable management seriously, including from a legal point of view, in order to secure their corporate success through an integrative strategy in the sense of green governance.
"Transforming change into opportunity." The practical implementation of sustainable corporate management requires an overview and expert knowledge, for example in order to identify climate-related risks at an early stage, to react adequately to regulatory changes and to identify new business opportunities. Our seminar informs you about the most important legal aspects and the latest developments in legislation and case law and what you already have to consider from the legal department's point of view.
Dr. Caroline Herkströter (Financial Institutions), Dr. Stefan Feuerriegel (Real Estate), Dr. Klaus Bader (Energy), Dr. Alexander Cappel (Compliance) und Jamie Nowak (Litigation and Dispute Resolution).
(Please note the seminar will be offered in German language only)
“Sustainability through regulation: Targets, reforms, goals”
Dr. Caroline Herkströter, Partner, Frankfurt
“Real estate under pressure: Regulation and what it means for existing and future investments”
Dr. Stefan Feuerriegel, Partner, Hamburg
„Sustainable Investments in the energy sector: Today and tomorrow”
Dr. Klaus Bader, Partner, Munich
„Sustainability as a necessary element of modern risk management“
Dr. Alexander Cappel, Partner, Frankfurt
“Sustainability as an entrepreneurial risk: A look at the process landscape”
Jamie Nowak, LL.M. Eur., Partner, Munich
||Get-together with snacks and drinks
Please register using the registration button on the right. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Anna Wendorff by Email or telephone at 040 970799 159.