Kristy Asseily

S&P Global

Maritime Sustainability Lead

Kristy Asseily is responsible for sustainability and ESG solutions within Maritime, Trade & Supply Chain at S&P Global Market Intelligence.

Kristy joined S&P Global in September 2019 as part of the product team within Maritime, Trade & Supply Chain after interning at the company in 2018. She is leading the department's sustainability product offerings and is also involved in the company's wider ESG and Sustainable1 practice. Part of her role, she interacts daily with different players in the maritime, trade and supply chain industry to understand their sustainability strategy, emissions reporting obligations and decarbonization ambitions. Kristy is heavily involved with the Poseidon Principles and Sea Cargo Charter emissions reporting frameworks, and is also leading the development of S&P’s proprietary maritime emissions modelling.

Multi-cultural and multi-lingual, Kristy is fluent in Arabic, French and German as well as English. Kristy holds a BSc in Government from the London School of Economics and an MSc in Sustainability and Social Innovation with a certificate in Energy and Finance from HEC Paris.

Sessions With Kristy Asseily

Tuesday, 28 February

  • 04:00pm - 04:45pm (PST) / 01/mar/2023 12:00 am - 01/mar/2023 12:45 am

    TPM Academy: Decarbonization 101: Minimizing the Maritime Carbon Footprint

    With at least a dozen players involved in the most basic of supply chains, there are vast opportunities for companies to reduce the carbon footprint created born of ocean transportation. Given this urgent need, it's incumbent upon shippers, carriers, 3PLs, drayage operators, truckers, and rail operators to make the reduction of hydrocarbon emissions a core goal of their Environmental, Social & Governance strategies. Led by Kristy Asseili, maritime sustainability lead at S&P Global, this session not only will provide techniques on how individual companies can reduce emissions, but present case studies on how companies band together to achieve carbon neutrality across the maritime ecosystem. Supported by field-proven techniques for shrinking carbon footprints, this class is a must for companies committed to good corporate citizenship