Partner and Associate Director
Jannik Leiendecker joined Boston Consulting Group in 2010. He is a core member of BCG’s Risk and Compliance practice area. He also coleads the firm’s Center for Climate and Sustainability Policy and Regulation.
Jannik advises clients across different industries on various ESG-related regulatory matters which include preparing for upcoming ESG reporting requirements or avoiding greenwashing.
He has a background in business administration and economic history.
The EU Commission just published a proposal for a Green Claims Directive that aims to create a harmonised set of rules on the substantiation and communication of green claims.
Greenwashing has become an unwelcome buzzword in Asset Management. It can be difficult to manage with governance structures not always in place to oversee greenwashing risks.
ESG regulations are growing more intricate, and businesses’ fragmented compliance efforts are proving inadequate. Companies should adopt a comprehensive approach to enable efficient risk management and reporting.
Corporate decisions makers around the world are increasingly required to assess the risks they face in respect of the environment, social responsibilities, and governance (ESG) – as well as to gauge the opportunities. Through a simple three-step process, they can ensure that the ESG and climate compliance are embedded in the company’s daily activities.
Banks must recognize that cyberattacks are more than just an IT problem—they’re a major threat to the industry and to the world’s financial system.