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Monday June 10, 2024

Moving the dial on sustainability: Summit in partnership with ING Wholesale Banking


Healthcare is a sector that has long stood on the sidelines of environmental sustainability, serving an important social purpose it is already ‘doing its bit’. But serving a social purpose is no longer independent from an environmental purpose, especially when it contributes nearly 5% of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions, twice that of the airline industry. 

The challenge for organisations along the entire healthcare value chain is; where do we start?

This interactive workshop developed in partnership with ING is designed for CxOs and investors to come together to understand more about this complex area, share ideas and success stories and start to move the needle on decarbonisation and environmental sustainability. Through a mix of case studies and interactive discussions, attendees will leave with updated strategies, new ideas and an understanding of how to drive change and finance this transformation. 

Introduction and opening of session: Hans van Uffelen, Global Lead Healthcare & Pharma, ING

14.:00 – 15.30: Sustainability: making an environmental impact with your organization

 The journey of 1,000 miles starts with one step, this well-known saying is a simple concept but challenging in reality. So how should organisations pick their focus areas? How do they measure the impact they are making? How do you set realistic but ambitious medium and long-term targets in areas such as energy efficiency, Co2 emissions, renewable energy, circular economy and waste management? 

This session begins with a case study from an organisation making great progress to draw inspiration before attendees discuss their ideas in small groups.  

Case Study: Ricardo Rodriguez Iglesias, Corporate Managing Director, Recoletas Salud and Carlos Garcia Peredo, Managing Director, Head of Lending & Strategic Finance, ING

Spanish family-owned hospital group, Recoletas Salud specifically targets lower-density cities in the country and takes a long-term investment approach to building quality hospital infrastructure and health services. Ricardo shares exactly how the group has picked it’s ESG initiatives, KPIs and impact measurement, the lessons learned in this process and how it has transitioned its capital structure through sustainability-linked financing. 

Workshop lead: Arash Mojabi, Director, UK Lead – Sustainable Finance, ING

15.30-16.00: Networking break

16.00-17.30: The healthcare sector accelerating the transition to a greener economy/ society

 Nothing can entirely be achieved alone, progress requires partnership and each stakeholder to play a role. So how can the entire healthcare value chain collaborate and align on objectives to speed up and scale environmental initiatives? How do we ensure that all parties are reporting on the same framework, what are the barriers and how can they be overcome? What are the quick gains that can be made in scope 3 emissions? 

Case study: Ron Lavater, CEO, International Hospital Federation.  

The IHF set up the Geneva Sustainability Centre to help drive hospitals and healthcare services leaders towards achieving net zero. In collaboration with Deloitte it created the Sustainability Accelerator Tool, a platform that provides KPIs and and assessment framework to benchmark hospital performance against sustainability goals. Ron shares how they built this tool and discusses how the principles can be applied to other members of the value chain. Ultimately, such change is not possible without strong leadership. Ron discusses what skills leaders need to drive such change in today’s environment, how this has changed over the past 20 years and how groups can develop young leaders. 

Workshop lead: Laura Maari, Global Lead Sustainability – TMT & Healthcare, ING

17.45-18.00 Wrap up: embedding and implementing ESG strategies within the organisation

How do you drive behavioural change and scale initiatives across an organisation? Telling a doctor that they need to follow a new process or change their behaviour isn’t an easy sell. How do business leaders build a culture of purpose where ESG strategies are embraced and adopted and not simply seen as a boardroom directive? How do you finance all of this change, new process and new technology? This session wraps up the key take-aways from the day’s discussion and provides concrete examples of how to build the right culture for change. 

Speakers include: 

Laura Maari, Global Lead Sustainability – TMT & Healthcare, ING

 

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ING Wholesale Banking

Speakers


Hans van Uffelen
Hans van UffelenGlobal Lead Healthcare & PharmaING
Carlos Garcia Peredo
Carlos Garcia PeredoManaging Director, Head of Lending & Strategic FinanceING
Ricardo Rodriguez Iglesias
Ricardo Rodriguez IglesiasCorporate Managing DirectorRecoletas Salud
Arash Mojabi
Arash MojabiDirector, UK Lead - Sustainable FinanceING
Ron Lavater
Ron LavaterChief Executive OfficerInternational Hospital Federation
Laura Maari
Laura MaariGlobal Lead Sustainability - TMT & HealthcareING

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