Join financial crime platform Themis as they take you through the links between financial crime and climate change, demonstrating why the ‘S’ and the ‘G’ of ESG are just as important for firms’ climate change efforts as the ‘E’.
In this FREE 60-minute webinar, we look at how financial crime harms the environment and contributes to climate change, and how, in a vicious cycle, climate change is further fuelling financial crime worldwide. We also discuss how firms can help reduce their carbon footprint and damaging environmental impacts through their anti-financial crime efforts; for example, through adequate supply chain risk assessment, customer due diligence and responsible investment.
This webinar will help you understand:
– The links between financial crime and climate change
– Why tackling financial crime is just as important for the ‘E’ as the ‘S’ and the ‘G’ in ESG
– Some of the ways you can address climate change and your carbon footprint through anti-financial crime efforts
More about Olivia Dakeyne
Olivia is a financial crime researcher and Associate Director within the Themis Insight team, leading on its environmental crime, illegal wildlife trade and modern slavery and human trafficking research, including on the links to other financial crimes and serious organised crime.
Olivia has 13 years’ varied experience across the public, private and heritage sectors, including in due diligence, finance, sustainability, compliance and governance, policy and strategy, project management, and research for organisations and clients including the Natural History Museum, Kew Gardens, the Spectator Magazine, Client Earth and the NHS.
She has won numerous awards for her work on sustainability and her writing has been published in a variety of publications.
More about Nadia O’Shaughnessy
Nadia manages the Themis Insight team, leading Themis’ threat-based analysis of a variety of topics related to financial crime.
She has coordinated a range of Themis projects focused on illicit financial flows, environmental crime, modern slavery and human trafficking, and the illegal wildlife trade.
Prior to joining Themis, Nadia focused on EU international development programmes in Eastern Africa at the European Commission. Previously she also completed assignments for the United Nations and NATO Parliamentary Assembly.
Nadia has a dual master’s from the London School of Economics and Sciences Po Paris, and a First Class BA from the University of Cambridge, all in the sphere of International Relations.