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Learn about Responsible Investment

Dublin is the location on March 1 for an unmissable leadership breakfast focusing on Responsible Investment (RI).

For anyone in the investment chain interested in gaining practical insights, the event is called ‘The Value of Responsible Investment’.

The breakfast will be co-hosted by the Sustainable & Responsible Investment Forum (SIF Ireland) and the CFA Society Ireland,

The breakfast will commence with a back-to-basics overview of RI, setting out in particular the drivers for the global momentum in RI and providing an overview of the different RI strategies that can be adopted.

Jean-Maurice Ladure, Executive Director, Head of Equity Applied Research, MSCI will speak at the breakfast.

He will cover practical examples of why environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors are relevant from an investment perspective and the correlation between ESG ratings and corporate performance.

The event will conclude with insights from leading investment managers Davys and Amundi, as to how they have integrated ESG factors into their investment practices. This event is supported by Ireland’s Sustainability Skillnet and McCann Fitzgerald. Register here to attend.

Sustainable Nation along with leading Irish located asset managers co-founded the Sustainable & Responsible Investment Forum Ireland (SIF Ireland) in 2017. The activities of SIF fall under the IFS2020 Strategy mandate to raise awareness of the responsible investment agenda.

SIF acts as a national platform for policy makers, capital providers and intermediaries to advance sustainable and responsible investing across all asset classes.

Co-founders include Amundi, the Ireland Strategic Investment Fund, KBI Global Investors, Cantor Fitzgerald, Mediolanum, BCP Asset Managers, the Irish Association of Pension Funds and KPMG with the Department of Finance as an Observer. Sustainable Nation is SIF Ireland’s secretariat. For further information on SIF Ireland please contact Che McGann at [email protected]



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