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Modern slavery reporting: The clock is ticking

60 mins
1 CPD Hours

ASI 2020 Operations  Investment  Governance  ESG

Despite the Federal Government pushing back deadlines for those required to file a Modern Slavery Statement, it is crucial that these entities review their internal processes and supply chains to comply with the new reporting obligations.

Hear key insights into how managers are identifying modern slavery risks in both Australia and the UK.

Published Date: 15 September 2020

Speakers

Joey Alcock, Principal Consultant, Chair of Responsible Investment Group, Frontier Advisors

Joey re-joined Frontier as a Principal Consultant in 2018 and serves as Chair of the Responsible Investment Group. Previously, he spent several years working in the UK with bfinance, leading equity fund manager searches for a range of institutional asset owners. In Joey’s original stint at Frontier, he worked for more than 10 years in a range of functions including client consulting, private equity research and line management, amongst other responsibilities. Prior to this, Joey was employed with TWUSUPER as part of the inaugural Super Cadets program (now SuperGrads), an initiative of the Conference of Major Superannuation Funds (CMSF) and related industry bodies.


Hannah Shoesmith, Associate Director, EOS, Federated Hermes, International (UK)

Hannah Shoesmith focusses on engagements in Asia-ex Japan in the retail, consumer goods, technology, financial services and industrials sectors. Prior to joining EOS, Hannah spent 13 years working in corporate responsibility and sustainability roles, mainly for retail and consumer goods companies such as Tesco, Arcadia Group and Mothercare.

Most recently Hannah led the global corporate responsibility team at Mothercare which covered the social and environmental impacts and opportunities of products, environmental impacts of operations and engagement with communities and other stakeholders.

Hannah has lived and worked in Hong Kong, France and Spain and speaks French, Brazilian Portuguese and some Spanish. Hannah has a Bachelor’s degree from Durham University, a Master’s degree from King’s College London and the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris and a post-graduate certificate in sustainable value chains from the Cambridge Institute of Sustainability Leadership.


Facilitator

Kate Griffiths, Executive Manager, Public Policy and Advocacy, ACSI

Kate is responsible for ACSI’s public policy and advocacy program.

Kate holds a Bachelor of Laws (with honours) and a Bachelor of Arts. She is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors Course and a fellow of the Governance Institute of Australia.


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