Registration now open for 2020 Sustainable Investment Summit

Registration is now open for the 2020 Sustainable Investment Summit, a one-day event that brings together experts in the field of sustainable investment.

The conference takes place on Wednesday 18 March 2020 at The Waldorf Hilton in London and offers charities, pension funds and other corporate and not-for-profit organisations the opportunity to learn and network alongside their peers at a key time for the sustainable investment industry.

This one-day conference, takes a new angle for 2020, moving on from general ESG, SRI, impact and sustainability awareness, to exploring how returns objectives can be met through sustainable investing and the strategies that can be implemented to ensure this is the case.

Regulation is accelerating in this area, institutional investors are no longer oblivious to the benefits of ESG investing and it is fast becoming the norm. So how are institutional investors utilising ESG within their current investment portfolios and risk profiles and what is the future within this area?

All these topics and more will be explored at this key conference and will help delegates improve their knowledge and understanding with a series of presentations from leading professionals and policy makers from across the industry.

Registration is free for charities, trustees, pension funds and sponsoring employers, insurance companies, advisors (inc consultants, lawyers and accountants) and those in a treasury function.

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