Announcing the inaugural Pension Bridge ESG Summit, taking place in San Diego.
In February 2020, we are excited to launch our inaugural ESG Summit, welcoming hundreds of attendees for a day and half of learning, face-to-face networking and business development.
Our optimal ratio of 1: 1 investors to managers, allows us to create an ideal environment conducive to strengthening relationships between senior executives with investors, consultants and asset managers.
Sharing insights on ESG developments
With research showing a growing number of institutional investors incorporating ESG factors into their decision making, and a broad range of tactics being applied across asset classes, this event will be a platform to debate the evolving best practices being developed.
The event’s agenda is aimed at creating a forum to engage senior professionals with investors at all stages of their ESG journey, from those that have developed detailed action plans impacting most of their investment decisions, to investors increasingly factoring ESG into certain areas of their research, monitoring and due diligence, and those weighing up future moves.
As ESG considerations become increasingly important for external stakeholders, and factors such as climate risk, societal shifts and governance trends play a growing role in portfolio thinking, our new event aims to ensure you are as well informed as possible to make the right long-term decisions.
5 key questions we will answer
How should you be defining, communicating and executing your approach to climate risk and other ESG factors in a clear and consistent way?
What are the range of portfolio risks that need to be understood and monitored across asset classes?
What are the big investment opportunities associated ESG and impact investing trends and can you benefit from mispricing and market inefficiencies?
How do we drive increased levels of diversity and inclusion across institutional investors, asset managers and portfolio companies?
Which elements of impact investing and the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals fit with your investment philosophy and how should you be measuring success?