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“The climate pressure is growing on all stakeholders”

VIDEO | Philips can pay suppliers faster if they act progressively on sustainability. This is just one example of how the ESG revolution is putting treasurers in the role as coordinators of action across corporate functions. At Thursday’s Treasury 360° Stockholm, Philips’ Dylan McNeill, director of supplier sustainability, shared insight into his practices, in discussion with Handelsbanken’s Catharina Belfrage Sahlstrand and C2FO’s Esge Räder. Expect a video from the session shortly.

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Aspects up for discussion in the session ranged broadly: including how companies secure key financial business KPIs with increasing inflation and supply chain shortages … and what measures can be taken in securing business sustainability, supply chain resilience and ultimately reaching the overarching ESG goals, i.e. Climate Action (SDG13-Scope3).

Session moderator Esge Räder is Managing Director Nordics & Northern Germany, C2FO. Catharina Belfrage Sahlstrand is Group Head of Sustainability and Climate Action at Handelsbanken, and Dylan McNeill, as mentioned, Director Supplier Sustainability of Philips.

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• News from the 2 December Treasury 360° Stockholm 2021 conference is gathered here.
• Find the agenda and sponsors here.
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