Updated: Oct 2
This course will provide you with a better understanding of the impact and future of Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance (ESG) within the context of Sustainable Investing Leadership.
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To develop an understanding of the systems approach to sustainability and its contribution to the business case for ESG.
To understand how effective leaders adapt to the emerging challenges facing organisations as the impact of globalisation and regulatory requirements intensifies.
To understand how to mobilise stakeholders and promote a stronger sustainability ethic within organisations. To understand how to apply ESG assessment matrices for competitive advantage.
Systems Thinking and Sustainability
Leadership and Stakeholder Engagement
The Business Case
ESG Assessment Matrices
Founder and Managing Director, Lymon Pte. Ltd.
Lee Yishan is the Founder and Managing Director of Lymon Pte. Ltd. (“Lymon”), a regulatory compliance firm mainly focused on serving fund management companies. She founded Lymon in 2013 and oversees around 20 staff.
She is a Chartered Accountant of the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants, a Certified Internal Auditor as well as a Chartered Accountant with Chartered Accountants Australia & New Zealand. She was formerly with the Investment Intermediaries Department of the MAS, supervising fund managers and trust companies.
Prior to MAS, she was with the Morgan Stanley Group of Companies, assisting with the setup of their Asia private bank branches in Singapore and Hong Kong. Before that, she spent 6 years with PricewaterhouseCoopers (Singapore and Australia), specializing in the audit and advisory engagements of fund management companies and funds.
Managing Director, EcoMarketing Asia
David’s industry experience spans over 20 years, initially working in the service sector in both a marketing as well operational capacity. These days, through EcoMarketing Group, David provides strategic sustainability advice to professional service firms, the manufacturing sector, government agencies and the utilities sector. In an academic and research capacity, David is a visiting Professor for IESEG School of Management, Paris and Lille and holds a PhD in Marketing from RMIT University. His dissertation considered Marketing’s role in meeting complex sustainability challenge.