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Fixed Income Series | ESG in corporate bond investing: risk, impact & engagement

How can investors think about sustainability in their wider corporate bond portfolios, and how are regulators and other public bodies beginning to address climate risk in bond markets?

In this webinar, our experts discuss the current efforts being made to integrate ESG into the asset class and some of the lessons learnt so far.


Tomas Morsing, Head of Quant Strategies, Swedish pension fund AP2

Carmen Nuzzo, Senior Consultant, ESG in Credit Ratings Initiative, PRI

Lev Dynkin, MD, Head of the Quantitative Portfolio Strategy Group, Barclays Research

Moderated by Sophie Robinson-Tillett, Deputy Editor, Responsible Investor

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    How can investors think about sustainability in their wider corporate bond portfolios, and how are regulators and other public bodies beginning to address climate risk in bond markets?

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    Tomas Morsing, Head of Quant Strategies, Swedish pension fund AP2

    Carmen Nuzzo, Senior Consultant, ESG in Credit Ratings Initiative, PRI

    Lev Dynkin, MD, Head of the Quantitative Portfolio Strategy Group, Barclays Research

    Moderated by Sophie Robinson-Tillett, Deputy Editor, Responsible Investor

    Further Readings:

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    - What would that mean outside of the EU?

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    Martin Spolc, Head of Unit, Capital Markets Union, DG Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union at the European Commission (EC),

    Nathan Fabian, Chief Responsible Investment Officer, Rapporteur of the Taxonomy Group, PRI

    Moderator: Sophie Robinson-Tillett, Deputy Editor, Responsible Investor
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    - What are the takeaways from the 2018 proxy season and Climate Week NYC 2018?

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    - How is data developing to help investors capture physical climate risk?

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    - How important is collaboration on these issues, through things like ClimateAction100+?

    Moderator: Sophie Robinson-Tillett, Deputy Editor, Responsible Investor

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    Anne Simpson, Director, Board Governance and Strategy, reporting to the CEO, CalPERS and Chair ClimateAction 100+

    This webinar is produced by Responsible Investor, for dedicated news and events on ESG and sustainable finance check out our website at www.responsible-investor.com
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    Gail Hurley, Policy Specialist Development Finance, UNDP
    Hugh Wheelan, Managing Editor, Responsible Investor
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    Responsible Investor and Thomson Reuters
    Thursday 12 July 10:00 EST / 15:00 BST / 16:00 CEST

    It’s time to recognize the ‘elephant in the room’: A corporate, a data provider, an asset owner and an investment manager talk ‘elephants’

    Corporate: How is the production of ESG data evolving at the corporate level: what’s required, what’s optional, what’s the quality like and how is it changing?

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    Annie Bersagel, Senior Analyst – Responsible Investments, Folketrygdfondet (The Government Pension Fund Norway)

    Rakhi Kumar, Senior Managing Director and Head of ESG Investments and Asset Stewardship, State Street Global Advisors

    Elena Philipova, Global Head of ESG Proposition, Thomson Reuters

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    Reporting & Transparency: The TCFD Knowledge Hub explained
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    Thursday 28th June 1400 BST

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    • Find out more about some of the key resources currently available on the website;
    • Understand how your experience can be shared on the platform to help others improve their reporting practices.

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    · How are recent weather-related events, which are being linked to climate change, changing insurance pricing, coverage and market sentiment? Are ‘extreme’ events no longer so extreme?
    · What are the major ESG factors now that are influencing underwriting and capital provision at insurers?
    · Tightening regulation on ESG issues and its impact on the insurance industry.
    · Is the historical data available to utilise ESG factors as a performance predictor or gauge of risk quality?
    · The development of new ESG risk-specific insurance products. Differences in the above trends globally.

    【Divestment, investment and the move to ESG benchmarking】
    · Why are insurers getting on the front foot around divestment in areas such as coal or tobacco?
    · Insurers as investors: how this asset owner sector is shaping its long-term allocations with ESG factors in mind.
    · What are the investment tools insurers are using to do so?

    Axel Zehren, CFO, Allianz Investment Management
    Michael Bruch, Head of Emerging Trends and the ESG department in Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty SE (AGCS)
    Butch Bacani, Programme Leader, UNEP FI Principles for Sustainable Insurance Initiative
    Linda-Eling Lee, Global Head of ESG Research, MSCI

    MODERATOR: Hugh Wheelan, Managing Editor, Responsible Investor

    For more news and events on Responsible Investing and ESG visit https://www.responsible-investor.com/
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