Climate change has become the biggest theme within ESG investing. With Europe leading the $31trn charge on sustainable investing, the investment community is fully aware of the serious returns at stake from the climate revolution.
As part of our climate investing content series, on March 26th at 14:30 GMT, Reuters Events will host an interactive webinar ‘Climate Leaders in the Investment Community’.
James Davis, Partner at management consulting group Oliver Wyman will moderate the discussion with Eva Cairns, climate change specialist at Aberdeen Standard Investments contributing alongside UBS representatives Christopher Greenwald, Head of Sustainable and Impact Investing Research, and Francis Condon, Sustainable and Impact Investing Research Analyst, all deep diving into the investor angle on mitigating climate change.
Topics covered during the interactive discussion:
- Staying ahead of the market – through a complete understanding of how the fundamental drivers of environmental materiality are influencing change
- Identifying the signals that presuppose regulation and mass changes – in public expectation and how this influences asset performance
- Developing investment strategies – balancing risk within your portfolio and safeguarding against stranded assets
- Going beyond ‘reaction’ to real drive – climate leaders within the investment community are going beyond ‘reaction’ to drive real, and financially sustainable climate action that benefits both society and clients
“Investors need actionable tools and techniques to help then allocate their capital in ways that drive the low-carbon transition. Crucially, they need to be able to act today, not wait for tomorrow” - Christopher Greenwald, Head of Sustainable and Impact Investing Research, UBS.
Registerfor this webinar today,those who register will be sent the recordings, even if they cannot join live.
Project Director – Reuters Events
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