ESG EXCHANGE SERIES | PART IV

Our fourth ESG Exchange event taking place on Tuesday, 16th October 2018 at 2 pm. The afternoon will commence with a couple of moderated discussions and Q&A on popular ESG topics chosen by the audience at our March Exchange. Please find a write up of our last event here.

We will begin with a panel discussion on active ownership and modern slavery. Xi Li, Professor at LSE, will present the recent updates to her paper on ‘Active Ownership’. Following which Isabella Stanbrook, Sustainability Consultant and Modern Slavery Specialist for Sancroft and Guido Giammattei, Portfolio Manager & Head of Research, RBC Emerging Markets Equity will join Xi for a moderated discussion.  

Andy Last will then deliver a keynote speech on the power of businesses to lead positive change followed by moderated Q+A. Andy is co-founder of MullenLowe salt and author of the award winning book ‘Business on a Mission: How to Build a Sustainable Brand’, copies of which he will be available to sign.  

To conclude, Justin Sloggett, Head of Public Markets at PRI will discuss the most recent PRI report. Leading into the results of our ESG Survey which will be presented by RBC GAM’s Global Head of Corporate Governance and Responsible Investing Judy Cotte after which they will be joined by Honor Fell Vice President at Redington, for a brief moderated discussion on ESG today.

We look forward to welcoming you to what promises to be an entertaining and insightful afternoon. To save the date please click here.

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