Investors are critical to helping accelerate the responsible business agenda. But what do investors really want? Learn how your company can improve its disclosure and engagement on ESG information?
Past finance models have rewarded companies that delivered quarterly growth and profits. Hear how companies and investors are changing strategies to reward more innovative, transformational, long-term strategies. How can we accelerate this approach across mainstream investors?
Saker Nusseibeh CEO Hermes
Magnus Billing CEO Alecta
Chair: Catherine Howarth CEO ShareAction
Investors will share how they are making investments and moving funds based on Modern Slavery risks. Most of the session will then be devoted to Q&A where investors will be asked; what are their expectations on companies with regards to Modern Slavery? What’s the level of importance in investment decisions and how companies can engage them better on Modern Slavery mitigation?
Sasja Beslik Head of Group Sustainable Finance Nordea
Moderator: Phil Bloomer Executive Director Business & Human Rights Resource Centre
What do investors want? In this interactive session investors will share how they make their investment decisions and how corporates can improve their communications and disclosures.
Ryan O’Keeffe Managing Director BlackRock
Leon Wijnands Global Head of Sustainability ING
Edward Mason Head of Responsible Investment/span> Church Commissioners for England
Niamh Whooley Senior Vice President, ESG Strategies PIMCO
Moderator: Daryl Brewster CEO Chief Executives for Corporate Purpose (CECP)
Ben Constable Maxwell Head of Sustainable and Impact Investing M&G Prudential
Yo Takatsuki Head of ESG Research and Active Ownership AXA Investment Managers
Jason Mitchell Co-Head of Responsible Investment Man
In this 90-minute Chatham-House rules workshop discussions will focus on:
Nadine Robinson Technical Director CDSB
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