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camilla seth Sep 11
Mark Fulton from ETA calls for more sell side research on likely climate policy and its impacts on the market.
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Hanna Kaskela Sep 10
22% net signatory growth. Sustainable finance is becoming more and more main stream.
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OFI Asset Management INT Jul 29
Proud to be partner of in September'19 Let's meet us on stand 7
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Andrew Whiley Sep 12
“Modern slavery & human trafficking is a modern human rights tragedy. It affects & impacts millions, particularly women & girls.” “Its a profitable business. The finance sector & institutional investors cannot ignore it. It must be faced, challenged & eradicated.”
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Anna Georgieva Sep 10
“We cannot keep the design of America and expect NGOs to clean up the mess.” A crucial conversation about boosting investor action to foster a culture of diversity and inclusion at
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Cécile Cabanis Sep 10
Replying to @CecileCabanis
We have to stop looking at financials the way we did in the 1980s. Until financial markets and the investment community shift the way they measure value, there will be no sustainable change. Together, we can make it happen!
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Philippe Zaouati Sep 15
I had the chance to close the event in Paris this week. I would like to share with you the comments I made, that I believe are equally valid to the investment community as a whole.
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Bérénice Lasfargues Sep 9
"Everything about pension funds is long term. However, without tacking climate change there will be no long-term. Climate change is the single largest threat to mankind" - opening keynote at the policy day.
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Urs Bitterling Sep 11
„No matter how big you are as an organization, the climate challenge is much bigger than any of us. We need to join forces and commit to net-zero in 2050“. Günther Thallinger, BM of Allianz SE, during
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Hanna Kaskela Sep 10
Acknowledgement to our work! lists Leaders’ Group. ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Adam Matthews Sep 10
⁩ CEO ⁦⁩ highlights the Brumadinho disaster as a key challenge for investors.
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Lisa Nathan Sep 12
Strong call from CEO of Mirova to kill the shareholder primacy myth. Urges not only to tell companies to stop focusing on shareholders but for asset managers to also look internally at how they can have social purpose.
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Brynn O'Brien Sep 10
I don’t mean this unkindly but we desperately, urgently need more critical reflection in responsible investment; award-laden, sponsor-driven conference programs IN A TIME OF CLIMATE CRISIS are gonna age like MILK
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Pour un réveil écologique Sep 13
Companies need 2 things among others in order to get to a global 2° trajectory : rethink their business model and train their employees on sustainability issues !
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Fiona Reynolds Sep 12
Well that’s a wrap on , finally putting my feet up! Thanks everyone, safe travels and see you in Tokyo
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EQT Group Sep 11
"The SDGs are the world’s full potential plan and as any full potential plans, it requires investments and resources to achieve it. It's not about moving the few or the best, but the rest" says Therése Lennehag, EQT's Head of Sustainability at the annual in Paris
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Ladislas Smia Sep 10
At , displays an impressive video of a dam burst in Brazil on 25 January 2019 to remind investors of their responsibility. The dam break at an iron ore mining complex operated by the firm Vale killed at least 65 people. A further 279 are missing.
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Rob Lake Sep 11
Great to see a large asset manager cutting operational emissions & offsetting the rest with projects. Which other asset managers and owners are doing this? Who could survey and benchmark this?
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Karine Hirn Sep 10
Probably the first time ever I listen to a female-only panel at an investment conference (which is not dealing about gender parity). Climate finance is at last opening up perspectives for great talent within the otherwise very unbalanced world of finance
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Ophir Bruck Sep 11
“Two-thirds of the world lives in economies where renewable energy is cheaper than fossil fueled energy...the real challenges are market design and price formation.” Great presentation by at the session on investor solutions for the low carbon transition.
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