An interactive ESG evening (Environment, Social and Governance) – Sponsored by ING

Wednesday 9 November 2022 – ING Level 28 60 Margaret St Sydney NSW 2000

ESG impact, transition and sustainability from various perspectives How will Australia meet its climate objectives?

How do we transition from a carbon-based society to the net-zero future? How do we integrate environmental, economic, and social objectives?

There is a new direction at the federal level, however the complexity remains!  Policy needs to realise environmental objectives including biodiversity and CO2 targets, social and economic objectives including funding workforce planning, skills development and the energy transition, stimulate technological development and manage the governance of competing interest groups.  No small task.

 The good news is that the financial markets and public sentiment have swung behind ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance) objectives.  The panel will discuss how we move from intent to actual progress.

The presentation & discussion will be in English and you are invited to join the Q&A.

ING will be hosting the evening and invite you to join us for a drink and nibbles at their offices.


Margreet Rog – Managing Director, Head of Wholesale Banking (interim)

Margreet Rog is a member of the Executive Committee of ING Bank Australia and is responsible for building up a successful multisector team in Australia covering Financial Institutions, Energy, Real Estate Finance, Infrastructure, Telecoms Media Technology & Healthcare, Diversified Corporates, Commodities, Food & Agriculture and Acquisition Finance clients. One of ING Wholesale Banking key differentiators is maintaining a pioneering position in Sustainability. Wholesale Banking Australia loan book is fully aligned with that ambition.

Rony Hormis – Vice President, Sector Coverage: Telecom – Media – Technology (TMT) & Healthcare

Rony joined ING’s TMT & Healthcare APAC sector coverage team in November 2020 and is now based in Sydney, covering clients in Australia and New Zealand. As one of ING Australia’s sustainability champions, Rony is also tasked with driving the sustainable finance transition within the TMT&H sector.

Nicolette Boele – Climate and finance professional

Nicolette Boele is a responsible investment and clean energy executive with more than 25 years’ experience in capital markets, sustainability, and climate change policy. Nicolette’s professional interest lies in building purpose into finance, growing just, social, and equitable capitals to underpin resilient and sustainable economies.

She has held executive roles at the Responsible Investment Association Australasia, The Climate Institute, Smart Energy Council and the Clean Energy Finance Corporation.

Caroline Pidcock – Australian architect and prominent advocate for sustainable development

Since starting her own practice in 1992, Caroline and her team have creatively shown how the many issues that are fundamental to sustainability can be potent and profound influences. 2018 saw Caroline transition PIDCOCK to a sole person practice, to enable a more agile way of working and focus on how to strategically accelerate the creation of the abundant living future we urgently need.

Wednesday 9 November 2022

5.30pm – Welcome

6pm – 8pm: Presentation followed by Q&A

8pm – Drinks @and nibbles

The ESG Panel Presentation and Discussion is a FREE event, brought to you by ING.

Tickets are however limited, so please reserve your ticket(s).

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