Navin Rauniar, Partner, Tata consultancy Services
With a new year comes a renewed focus on ESG from all who commit to it, but have the financial industry’s efforts been overly focused on the environment, leaving social and governance by the wayside?
Behind every ESG effort must be good data to convey environmental commitments and the risk surrounding them, a point not lost on Tata Consultancy Services Partner, Navin Rauniar.
Navin joins Jawad Akhtar on FinTalk to discuss social value metrics, SS3/19 impacts, and the importance of good data standards in any ESG endeavours.
This episode of The VERMEG podcast covers:
“We need to think about the correlation between environment, social and governance in ESG – degradation in the environment is not great for social metrics.” – 3:35 – Navin Rauniar
“ESG is not new, this data has been around. It’s about bringing this data together and standardising that data, especially for the social and governance parts of ESG.” – 5:50 – Navin Rauniar
“When we had the 2008 financial crisis, a lot of that was being caused by poor data on understanding underlying collateral.” – 8:10 – Navin Rauniar
“When we think about climate risk stress testing, we need to make that meaningful. How do we use those metrics day in and day out to evolve and change the future of risk management? ” – 12:50 – Navin Rauniar