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Valuing ESG Initiatives:
Measuring Impact and Assessing Risks
There is an increasing recognition that a company's environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) efforts can significantly influence its risk profile and overall value. However, the question that often arises is how to effectively communicate and measure the impact of these initiatives in a manner that can be evaluated in terms of potential value creation or loss.
One solution to this challenge is to evaluate the intangible assets associated with ESG initiatives. By doing so, the legal fraternity can help its clients better understand the value and risk associated with these efforts and utilise this information as a negotiation tool in deals, dispute resolution, or settlement structuring.
This seminar will explore how a thorough assessment of ESG initiatives can help articulate and quantify the value of the underlying assets and provide you with a powerful tool to enhance your clients or company’s strategic decision-making.
Tyler is a Managing Director at EverEdge with a specialty in Corporate Strategy, Valuation and M&A Transactions. He has held multiple roles including Chief Operations Officer, Chief Financial Officer and Managing Director.
Tyler has significant international experience. He helped to establish the company’s Singapore office and its alliance with IPOS International, a subsidiary of the Intellectual Property Office of Singapore.
Prior to joining EverEdge, Tyler worked in New York City for Deloitte and Goldman Sachs, advising Wall Street banks and financial institutions, along with working on a number of high-profile transactions including the Facebook IPO and the Apple Bond Offering.
Tyler is a Certified Patent Valuation Analyst (CPVA) and Chartered Valuer and Appraiser (CVA). Registered Management Consultant (RMC). He also holds a bachelor’s degree in finance from BYU and an MBA from the University of Utah.
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