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Audit & Risk: Climate and the Challenge for Audit Committees

How are organizations responding to heightened pressure from investors and other stakeholders on how audit committees are addressing the risks and opportunities of climate change? How can audit committees best understand the effects of climate change on financial reporting, and address the challenges around non-financial disclosure related to climate impacts? To answer these questions, ahead of a critical year for climate reporting by companies, we will hear from a panel of regulators, investors and audit committee chairs hosted by Veronica Poole, Deloitte’s Global IFRS and corporate reporting leader.

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November 4, 2021:    11:00-12:00 AM New York



Economics & Trade: The Post-Pandemic Economy, Growth, and Inflation featuring former US Treasury Secretary Larry Summers

Former US Treasury Secretary Larry Summers will be our guest in this session on the future of the post-pandemic economy. Deloitte Global CEO Punit Renjen will discuss a variety of economic and geopolitical topics with Mr. Summers that are top-of-mind for all boards and executives today, including the increasingly fractured geopolitical landscape and the economic impacts and opportunities associated with climate challenge. With many governments flooding the economy with monetary and fiscal stimulus, are we facing a short spike or a longer period of higher inflation? What will be the consequences of the unwind of stimulus? Join this fireside chat between Larry Summers and Punit Renjen to find out.

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December 9, 2021:   11:00-12:00 AM New York

Future Deloitte Global Boardroom Program Webinars


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November 17,  2021

Climate, Asia-Pacific, and the Challenge for Audit Committees

January 13,  2022

A year in review: The Biden Administration and the Global Economy



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