Session held on 25th August 2021
About this session
Organisations are more cognisant than ever before of increasing ESG requirements – Environmental, social, and corporate governance needs. Increasingly, addressing ESG scope is becoming vital for an organisations in-house procurement team.
The consequences of failure in this arena can be significant. Success is often measured by ‘no mistakes’ but resources are not endless.
How can you optimise your investment in the procurement governance team? What is your priority? What is truly essential? Where do you start?
As a senior business leader with 18+ years extensive experience in the optimisation of operational change, Angela Van Eekelen delivers client-centric solutions that meet regulatory obligations and commercial expectations working across geographies in Asia, the Pacific, Europe and America. With a background in the technology industry, and for the last 10 years in the finance industry, she brings diverse perspectives and expertise in supplier contract risks; Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) and risk management. Angela has deep experience in operationalising and addressing Modern Slavery legislation; authoring and governing policy in large scale operations and monitoring fraud associated with supplier management.