Preparing a TCFD-Aligned Sustainability Report

Learning Outcome

Develop better understanding of the TCFD recommended disclosures and how to achieve practical implementation.

Identify the common implementation challenges and internal processes necessary to support climate risk & opportunity reporting

Understand what good practice looks like, through case studies.

Preparing A TCFD-aligned Sustainability Report

The Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) was set up in December 2015 by the Financial Stability Board (FSB), at the request of the G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors meeting Its aim was to create recommendations to encourage information disclosure on climate change risks and opportunities, with the consistency, comparability, credibility and clarity needed for appropriate investment decisions.

In 2017, the task force of the Financial Stability Board published recommendations for a set of voluntary, consistent disclosure to promote more informed investment, credit and insurance underwriting decisions, to enable stakeholders to understand better their financial systems’ exposures to climate-related risks.

It is a more strategic disclosure approach, that does not only collect data on sustainability parameters, but rather assesses how the institution is strategically managing the risks and opportunities from climate change across business functions, in order to safeguard and improve its financial performance.

TCFD reporting became mandatory for Principles of Responsible Investment (PRI) signatories in 2020. In Malaysia, Bursa Malaysia supports the TCFD recommendations in its sustainability reporting guide. These developments act as a nudge for Malaysian businesses to adopt the TCFD disclosure standard – including large, listed Malaysian corporates as well as local SMEs/MSMEs who are part of global supply chains selling to end-buyers in countries where such mandates are fast becoming a reality.

While many now know why and what of TCFD, most still struggle when it comes to the how of TCFD, i.e.,

"How to go about the task of preparing a TCFD-aligned sustainability report?"

To close this gap, this is an introductory course to understand how to prepare a report based on the TCFD recommendations. This course applies to all sectors, both financial and non-financial.

This workshop registered under the Human Resource Development Corporation (HRDcorp)


28 February 2022

Time (MY UTC+8)

9am - 1pm (4 hours)

Who should attend

30-50 professional personnel especially from financial related institutions who are interested or assigned to sustainability disclosure / ESG reporting

Fee per pax

Normal Price

RM 500

Register by 24 February 2022

ESG Masterclass Participant

RM 425

(saving worth of RM 75) 

*ESG Masterclass participants get 15% discount by registering through ESG Circle

Register by 24 February 2022

HRDC Claimable

Only for

SBL Khas/HRD Corp Registered Employer


TCFD Training Agenda

Key Topics:

Preparing a TCFD-aligned sustainability report
Preparing the TCFD report
Risk Management
Metrics and targets
Case Study on TCFD-styled report

TCFD Training Agenda


Mr. Sourajit Aiyer

Vice President –Sustainable Finance and Climate Strategy at auctusESG. 

He is a finance and sustainability professional with 15 years of experience, with financial institutions such as Motilal Oswal Financial Services, UBS Investment Bank London and Evalueserve Research, as well as sustainability-oriented organisations like Grameen Impact Investment and UNEP’s Sustainable India Finance Facility.

Authored 3 books on regional economies and over 170 articles on topics around sustainability, business, finance, and geopolitics. Has delivered over 30 university guest lectures and conference presentations across 8 countries and has also curated about 20 webinars with over 80 domain-expert.

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