EDCI 2024: What to Expect and How to Prepare for the 2024 EDCI Reporting Cycle
The 2024 ESG Data Convergence Initiative (EDCI) data collection and reporting period is happening from September to April. Whether you’re new to ESG reporting or looking to refine your approach for this current cycle, this webinar will guide you through every crucial aspect.
Join Pulsora and BCG Expand, EDCI’s official benchmarking partner, for a deep dive into EDCI as we unpack:
- Understanding the 2024 EDCI Framework: Gain clarity on the newly introduced guidelines and criteria for the upcoming reporting cycle.
- Strategies to Excel: Equip yourself with proven techniques and tools to collect, interpret, and present your ESG data seamlessly.
- Avoiding Common Pitfalls: Identify and circumvent common challenges that organizations face during the reporting process.
- Industry Insights: Hear from experts in the field about the implications of these updates and the future trajectory of ESG reporting.
Ben Morley, Partner and Associate Director, Boston Consulting Group (BCG)
At BCG, Ben was critical in the design and implementation of EDCI. Ben supports private equity investors in creating enduring value for all stakeholders through the integration of ESG considerations across the investment value chain.
Maddy Foote, Solutions Consultant, Pulsora
Maddy comes to Pulsora having spent several years as a lawyer at Kirkland & Ellis’ ESG & Impact team, advising private equity clients on ESG matters and disclosures. At Pulsora, Maddy manages the integration of upcoming sustainability regulations and disclosure frameworks into the product.
Nicole Peerless, Head of Business Engagement, Pulsora
Nicole oversees all aspects of client management and leads the customer-facing team at Pulsora. Prior to Pulsora, Nicole worked at the World Economic Forum as the Head of Private Investors.