From 12:00 pm until 1:30 pm
At Virtual Webinar
In this briefing, AASB representatives will provide an overview of its Exposure Draft ED SR1 Australian Sustainability Reporting Standards – Disclosure of Climate-related Financial Information to support the mandatory disclosure of climate-related financial information in Australia, which was released on 23rd October 2023.
The briefing is being held within AASB’s consultation period, which runs until 1st March 2024. This will provide you with the opportunity to understand the areas of consultation, ask questions and provide real-time feedback to the AASB.
G100 is keen to engage the Financial Function, and accordingly we are hoping that both the sustainability and finance professionals will attend. Governance, General Counsel and Corporate reporting functions are also most welcome.
Attendees are asked to read through the ED and questions beforehand, if possible. Please RSVP by Monday, January 15th
Siobhan Hammond - Sustainability Director, AASB
As Director, Siobhan leads the AASB Sustainability Reporting staff in the development of sustainability reporting standard-setting projects.
Prior to joining the AASB, Siobhan worked as a project manager at the International Accounting Standards Board where she was responsible for the Definition of Material, Disclosure of Accounting Policies and Extractive Activities projects and assisted on a number of Disclosure Initiative projects. As part of that experience Siobhan developed a strong understanding of international technical accounting and reporting issues and standard setting.
Dr Lachlan McDonald-Kerr - Senior Manager, Sustainability Reporting, AASB
Lachlan is a Senior Manager in the Sustainability Reporting team at the Australian Accounting Standards Board (AASB). He primarily works on technical sustainability reporting and standard-setting matters, managing international and domestic stakeholder relationships, and supporting the AASB’s sustainability research projects.
Prior to joining the AASB, Lachlan gained extensive professional experience in academia and the private sector. His academic qualifications include a PhD in Accounting and BAcc (Honours, University Medal), and he holds professional designations as a Chartered Accountant (CAANZ) and Certified Practicing Accountant (CPA Australia).