Event Start:
08 Sep 2022 11:00 AM
Event End:
08 Sep 2022 12:00 PM
11.00am London | 2.00pm Dubai | 8.00pm Sydney
Event Summary:

FLN Global Webinar Financial Modelling 4 part series

Ep 1: Valuation Trends – ESG and Commodity Pricing – can the two co-exist?

COP26 feels like a distant memory as the conflict in Ukraine has exacerbated covid initiated increases in commodity pricing. As a result, energy security is back on the agenda. Does ESG take a back seat to short term security worries, or has the die been cast for a more holistic approach to valuation?
Which of these trends is impacting valuations most significantly, and what does the future hold?

 - Alasdair Grainger, Net Zero Director, Grant Thornton
 - Tomas Freyman, Head of Valuations & Modelling, Grant Thornton

This is episode 1 of our ‘Key Trends in the Renewable Energy Sector – Perspectives from Valuations, Modelling and ESG Specialists’ FLN financial modelling 4 part webinar series. 

Register for other episodes in the series:
Ep 2: Key Considerations in Acquiring Developer Platforms
Ep 3: Key Consideration in Acquiring a Portfolio of Assets from Another Owner
Ep 4: What is the Value-Add of ESG KPIs?

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