ESG for Corporations: Building an all-weather, long-lasting strategy

Across industries, companies of all sizes are in the process of developing and implementing an Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) strategy. Just like building a house, no two strategies are the same. Each requires vision, planning, budgeting and resource allocation.

Designed to meet you wherever you are on your journey, our panel of experts shared their insights on: 

  • Understanding the ESG landscape and considerations as you engage in strategic planning. 
  • Assessing where you are on your journey and identifying additional opportunities to integrate ESG into your business strategy and policies.
  • Exploring opportunities to operationalize your ESG strategy


Learn from our experts


Hassan Salem, Executive Vice President and Head of Commercial Banking, U.S. Bank

Felicia La Forgia, Executive Vice President and Head of Corporate Banking , U.S. Bank


Marcus Martin, Managing Director, Head of ESG, Commercial Products, U.S. Bank

Ade Adedeji, Director of ESG Advisory, Commercial Products, U.S. Bank

Ginger So, Senior Vice President, Client Sustainability Solutions for Corporate & Commercial Banking, U.S. Bank

Jenna Papaz, Senior Vice President, Utilities Division, U.S. Bank  (not pictured)

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