ESG in Conflict Zones with John Katsos

John Katsos is a scholar, educator, and writer. His mission is to ‘help people learn to start and manage better, more sustainable businesses and be better humans.’ He is also the co-author of Business, Peacebuilding and Sustainable Development. He joins Tom Fox in...

ESG – From the Board to the Front Line with Dan Zitting

Dan Zitting, CEO of Galvanize (now Diligent), is back on this week’s episode of the ESG Report. He and Tom Fox check in about the progress of his company’s M&A with Diligent, reporting on ESG to the board, and ESG trends for 2022. Becoming Diligent Dan tells Tom...

Corporate and Financial ESG with Nick and Giovanni Gallo

  Tom Fox welcomes Nick and Gio Gallo, brothers and co-CEOs of ComplianceLine, to this episode of the ESG Report. In this brief conversation, they talk about looking at ESG from a financial and corporate perspective, and helping compliance professionals navigate...

Implementing ESG Programs

  Tom Fox speaks on important issues to note in designing and implementing ESG programs. He shares an overview on the structure of ESG programs and explains why they should be led by compliance.     ESG Internal Controls ESG programs must be tailored to...

Board Role in ESG

  Tom Fox speaks on the role of boards and management in ESG in this episode of the ESG Report. He was inspired by a recent article in the Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance, written by Jurgita Ashley, Randi Van Morrison, et al., entitled ESG...

ESG and Compliance – Response and Enhancement

  Tom Fox continues to explain why he believes Compliance is best to lead the ESG effort going forward. In this final part of his solo series, he focuses on response and enhancement.     ESG Reporting Response and enhancement is familiar to compliance...

ESG and Compliance- Reporting and Monitoring

  Tom Fox believes that the compliance department is best positioned to lead the ESG function, and in this solo episode, he continues to explain why. He focuses on reporting and ongoing monitoring which, he says, should lead to continuous improvement.  ...