JP Morgan, Citi and BlackRock all confirmed for edie’s Sustainable Investment Conference 2021
Financial and environmental experts from some of the world's largest investors and banks will discuss the prominent rise in environmental, social and governance (ESG) investing and what that means for business at edie's Sustainable Investment Conference next month.
The two-day digital event takes place on 13-14 July and will see sustainability professionals from businesses and financial experts from investors meet to discuss the array of challenges and opportunities that embracing the green recovery can bring.
The event will enable you to diversify your professional network and connect with the largest universe of corporates, asset managers and governance leaders determined to shape the “New ESG Normal” and evolve more resilient in the post-Covid-19 world.
The 2021 programme will open up a series of frank, in-depth discussions empowering the voices of all stakeholders. The industry experts will share their best strategies, unique insights, and controversial opinions on how to navigate the investment landscape this year? What are the real, sustainability indicators to consider beyond the mere “ESG hype”? What is the best way to streamline your TCFD disclosure practices and navigate through the sheer variety of Green Financial Products available today?
Speakers confirmed for the event include Chuka Umunna, managing Director & Head of EMEA ESG – JP Morgan, Karianne Bail-Lancee, Director, sustainable and impact investing – UBS Asset Management and Marisa Drew, Chief Sustainability Officer & Global head sustainability strategy, advisory and finance – Credit Suisse. Other notable organisations taking part in the discussions include the FAIRR initiative, BlackRock and Citi.
The virtual is part of edie’s Countdown to COP26 Festival – a six-month programme of digital content and events.
Supported by headline partner O2, the Countdown to COP26 Festival will inform and inspire businesses to seize the opportunity of the crucial UN climate talks which are being held in Glasgow this November. The Festival will run from May through to October, kicking off with this flagship eponymous virtual event on 20 May.
Festival events confirmed so far (more details to follow):
- Countdown to COP26 inaugural event (20 May)
- Sustainable Investment Conference (12-13 July)
- Energy & Transport Forum (15 July)
- Climate adaptation & Nature-Based Solution online event (9 September)
- High-level roundtable of COP26/business leaders (9 September)
- “SPARK” COP26-themed workshop day (5 October)
The Festival programme will also be supported by a plethora of articles, interviews, blogs, reports and guides delivered by edie’s award-winning editorial team. This began last week with the publication of a must-read business guide – edie Explains: The business opportunity of COP26 – which includes a full summary of what we know so far about the talks, who’s involved, and what your organisation can do to realise the aims of COP26. READ THE COP26 BUSINESS GUIDE HERE.
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