18 May

CFO Forum 2023: Turning crisis into opportunity under new regulations

How can we navigate Thailand Taxonomy developments and CBAM?

Bangkok, Thailand
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As sustainability and climate become a business imperative, corporates must keep up with the transition to stay ahead of the curve. CFOs have a critical role in managing these risks and leveraging the opportunities from this transition.

With regulations becoming increasingly stringent, businesses must go beyond business as usual and integrate climate actions into their operations and risk management. Pressures from external markets are reshaping the landscape of climate mitigation activities, such as carbon taxes. At the same time, Thailand's current movements to frame the sustainable finance landscape are pivotal in financing the transition to a low-carbon future.

Key Topics:


  • Thailand Economic Outlook
    We highlight key recent global events, and zoom in on the impact on the Thai economy  

  • Development of Thailand Taxonomy
    We explain the first draft of the Thailand Taxonomy, which will be the official guide to identifying green economic activities. We navigate the complexities, usability, and implications for businesses (e.g., access to green finance, and financing of business transitions to low-carbon economy).

  • Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM)
    We explore CBAM and its business implications, focusing on the impacts for exporters to the EU and the measures corporates may need to consider in anticipation of this regulation. 



Dr. Narain Chutijirawong
Executive Director | Clients & Markets
Deloitte Thailand

Kasiti Ketsuriyonk
Partner | Audit & Assurance
Sustainability & Climate Leader
Deloitte Thailand

Dr. Bordin Vongvitayapirom
Senior Manager | Sustainability & Climate Centre of Excellence
Deloitte Thailand

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