"Environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors are growing in importance for businesses and society. NUS Business School is pleased to work with IESGA to bring much-needed ESG insights and discussions to a higher level and contribute in terms of education and research with an Asian focus," shared Distinguished Professor Andrew Rose, Dean, NUS Business School.
(From left) In a ceremony on 12 July, IESGA Co-President Professor Rhee Jay Hyuk, Distinguished Professor Andrew Rose, Dean, NUS Business School, IESGA Co-President Professor Ok Yong Sik and Professor Lawrence Loh, Director, CGS, signed the collaboration MOU.
The Centre for Governance and Sustainability (CGS) at the NUS Business School and the International ESG Association (IESGA) are collaborating to bring the Global ESG Forum to a wider audience, as well as promote knowledge on how businesses can better incorporate ESG considerations in their operations. To that end, the parties aim to jointly organise the 2023 Global ESG Forum which will be held in Singapore.