Green governance, sustainability and climate change: Opportunities. Risks. Perspectives.

Munich

Event Details


Seminar

January 16, 2020 | 14:00 - 18:30 CEST | Munich

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.

Our panel

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).

Agenda

14:00
Registration
14:15
Welcome speech
14:30
Keynote 
15:00

“Sustainability through regulation: Targets, reforms, goals”

Dr. Caroline Herkströter, Partner, Frankfurt
Financial Institutions

15:30

“Real estate under pressure: Regulation and what it means for existing and future investments”

Dr. Stefan Feuerriegel, Partner, Hamburg
Head of German Real Estate Practice

16:00
Coffee break
16:30

“Sustainability as a necessary element of modern risk management”

Dr. Klaus Bader, Partner, Munich
Head of European Energy Practice

17:00

“Sustainability as an entrepreneurial risk: A look at the process landscape”

Dr. Alexander Cappel, Partner, Frankfurt
White-collar Crime and Compliance

17:30

“Sustainability as an entrepreneurial risk: A look at the process landscape”

Jamie Nowak, LL.M. Eur., Partner, Munich
Head of German Dispute Resolution and Litigation Practice

18:00
Panel discussion
18:30
Get-together with snacks and drinks
  

Registration

Please register using the registration button on the right. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Karin Hardy by Email or telephone at 069 505096 154.