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Blended finance and the SDGs

Blended finance and the SDGs: examining how public and private capital can work together for positive societal and financial outcomes

The OECD defines blended finance as “the strategic use of development finance for the mobilization of additional finance towards the SDGs in developing countries.”
This RI webinar will drill down into key areas of the blended finance discussion.
If achieving the SDGs requires a massive infrastructure build-out to provide clean water and sanitation (SDG6), affordable and clean energy (SDG7), and health centres and hospitals in urban and rural areas (SDG3), how can the blended finance of public and private money actually do this, and through what structures/terms?
Expert speakers will present case studies on the integration of blended finance structures into existing investment strategies and explain how it can yield a positive return both for investors and communities.


Sharon Spiegel, Chief, Policy Analysis & Development Branch, Financing for Sustainable Development Office, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, United Nations

Mafalda Duarte, Director, Climate Investment Funds

Ladé Araba, Managing Director, Africa Region, Convergence

Jennifer Pryce, President and CEO, Calvert Impact Capital

Moderated by Vibeka Mair, Responsible Investor
Recorded Apr 30 2019 64 mins
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    With the UN Secretary General’s ‘Decade of Action’ on the SDGs now underway, this webinar will consider approaches to leverage the stability and availability of Islamic finance to achieve more. The Islamic finance sector is booming. From a market of just US$200 billion in 2003, the sector is expected to grow to over US$4 trillion in assets by 2030. Much of these funds originate in the majority Islamic countries in the Arab region, yet the investments are global in scope and impact. As Islamic finance scales up through the next decade across regions, this unique webinar will assess opportunities to better align Islamic finance with the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) across asset classes. Join us to hear from experts on Islamic finance and the SDGs.




    Khalid Azizuddin, Reporter, Responsible Investor
  • The right climate for fixed income sustainability Mar 18 2020 2:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Responsible Investor In partnership with FTSE Russell
    The sovereign debt market is one of the largest asset classes in the world, yet fixed income markets have typically lagged other asset classes in relation to ESG integration. As a result, sovereign debt investors are exposed to a range of climate change risks that are typically not well understood or incorporated into the investment process. Part of the challenge has been the lack of sustainable investment products and viable climate data across a number of areas. This unique webinar will address a number of issues for investors seeking to better integrate sustainability and climate risk considerations into their fixed income strategies:

    • Global emissions reduction trajectories by sector and country

    • The macroeconomic implications of climate change

    • How the FTSE World Government Bond Index (WGBI) is adjusted for climate risk

    • Updates on performance of the WGBI and the FTSE Climate Risk-Adjusted World Government Bond Index
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    This webinar will assess ESG data integration by global investors in managing risks and creating alpha across portfolios. The discussion will dig into Refinitiv’s ESG database covering more than 7,000 public companies across all markets to consider how investors are able to use this information across asset classes to boost returns and manage risk.

    As pressure grows for the integration of ESG factors into company valuation and sustainable and impact investing continues to attract more assets, the call to investors and corporates to address ESG data quality, consistency and accuracy becomes louder. Within these global trends, can ESG scores cut through the noise and boost long-term returns?

    Join us for this expert update on the state of the art in ESG integration across asset classes.


    Hugh Smith, Director, ESG, Investment Management, Americas, Refinitiv

    Gautam Dhingra, Founder and CEO, High Pointe Capital Management

    Christopher J. Olson, Principal and Portfolio Manager, High Pointe Capital Management
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    To kick-off 2020, RI is bringing together global central banking leaders to consider how ESG and climate risk integration into central banking and monetary policy could influence the investment decision-making of global investors.

    Join the debate on how investors can respond to green monetary policy and a new wave of action on climate targets from the world’s central bankers in the 2020s. Hear from the experts on what’s in store for 2020 as central banks and prudential regulators ramp up action on climate risk and sustainable finance.

    This webinar is a chance for the global investment community to better understand what’s in store and to discuss investor responses to the greening of central bank balance sheets.


    Serafín Martínez Jaramillo, Senior Financial Researcher, CEMLA, Financial System Risk Analysis, Banco de México

    Romain Svartzman, Economist, Sustainable Finance Division, Banque de France

    Dr Ulrich Volz, Director, Centre for Sustainable Finance, SOAS

    Ulf Erlandsson, CIO, Diem Green Credit


    Vibeka Mair, Journalist, Responsible Investor


    As fiscal policy makers and macroprudential regulators within the Network for Greening the Financial System get down to business, investors are waking up to the potential for climate-aligned monetary policy that could nudge economies towards alignment with the net zero emissions targets committed to in the Paris Agreement.
  • Sustainability Materiality: ESG Data Part 4 Recorded: Jan 29 2020 77 mins
    Responsible Investor
    The fourth and final webinar in this series will focus on defining materiality, consistency in application, ranking and focus of issues. It will cover the role and application of material risk in enterprise and societal risk assessment.

    Questions for discussion may include:
    Do material issues identified in sustainability assessments give a fair and true view of non-financial risks?
    What are the best standards to define materiality that ensure equanimity for all stakeholders?
    How does a company ensure that wider societal issues are also considered and appropriately prioritised?
    How can companies and investors encourage a forward-thinking approach to these material issues?
    How can greater consistency in the application of ESG materiality be developed?
    In what ways can companies create greater visibility on evolving, longer term issues?
    How can the results of materiality assessments provide focus and opportunity for corporates to respond to longer term material issues?
    What are the ways investors can incentivise companies to follow a broader sustainability agenda?

    Alan McGill, Global Head of Sustainability Reporting & Assurance, PWC
    Ekaterina Hardin, Analyst, Sector Lead, Extractives & Minerals Processing, SASB
    Anita McBain, Head of Responsible Investment, M&G Investments
    Lisa Epifani, ESG Engagement Manager, Chevron
    Kris Frederickson, Manager, Sustainability Disclosure & Stakeholder Engagement, Suncor Energy
    Daria Goncharova, Chief Sustainability Officer and Head of Non-Financial Reporting Polymetal

    Helen Wood-Gush, Senior ESG Consultant, Responsible Investor
  • Challenging and new data areas the “S” and the “G”: ESG Data Part 3 Recorded: Jan 23 2020 73 mins
    Responsible Investor
    The third webinar in this series will focus on how corporate data collection metrics, inclusions and exclusions, affect the weighting of governance and social indicators used by investors in determining the market value of a company. The webinar will also review how legal change is affecting the ability of companies to engage with investors and create common ground in the understanding and use of social and governance data.

    Questions for discussion may include:

    How are companies “S” and “G” data determined by investors when specific metrics are not available, comparable or consistent? What role can investors play in ensuring transparency through their engagement strategies?

    What are the challenges companies face generally and particularly in responding to new legislation requiring them to update their data identification and collection processes?

    How can companies improve the communication of their corporate governance structures, policies, and business practices to investor audiences?

    ESG applicable metrics for a number of areas e.g., for supply chain management, diversity and inclusion, ethical sourcing, plastics, and human capital, are still being developed. In the absence of comparable and clear metrics, how can companies be appropriately assessed by investors?

    How effective do investors and companies feel the New Corporate Governance Code and the New Stewardship Code has been in helping to improve engagement on “S” and “G” data?

    Gema Esteban Garrido, ESG Reporting and Investor Manager, Telefonica
    Victor Riega, Senior Sustainability Engagement Manager
    Youri Lie, Senior Manager Climate Change and Sustainability Services, EY
    Kimon Demetriades, ESG Analyst, Allianz Global Investors

    Moderator: Helen Wood-Gush, Senior ESG Consultant, Responsible Investor
  • RIワールドアップデート・ウェビナー 気候変動対策への政策足並み、サステナブルファイナンスの世界では? Recorded: Jan 21 2020 32 mins
    Responsible Investor

    1月21日火曜日 日本時間18:00 (30分)

    2019年は気候変動への危機感の高まりを示す、大規模な市民アクションが盛り上がった一方、年末のCOP25では足並みの揃わない国際情勢も印象づけられました。OECD事務次長河野正道氏をお迎えし、Responsible Investor への寄稿記事を元に、環境・サステナブルファイナンスの政策環境のこれまでと2020年に予見される発展についてお伺いします。

    OECD 事務次長 河野正道氏
  • 環境・サステナブルファイナンスの新たなパラダイムシフト? Recorded: Dec 19 2019 32 mins
    Responsible Investor
    ー2019年10月OECD Forum on Green Finance and Investment から見えたもの

    12月19日木曜日 日本時間17:00 (30分)

    Responsible Investor 共同創業者ヒュー・ウィーランは、自身がアニメーターを務めた10月のOECD Forum on Green Finance and Investmentを受けて、「規制と経済を混ぜ合わすグリーンファイナンスのミキサーがついに回り出した」と表現しました。フォーラムの主要なポイントを元に、2019年のサステナブルファイナンスをめぐる政策・規制環境の変化を振り返り、日本市場にとっての意義を検討します。

    金融庁 チーフ・サステナブル・ファイナンス・オフィサー 池田賢志氏
    野村総合研究所 上級研究員 三井千絵氏


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    Responsible Investor
    Join us to learn why regulation and public naming-and-shaming means investors need to scrub up their sustainability strategies

    Gina Miller, the businesswoman and campaigner talks with Hugh Wheelan, co-founder and managing director at RI.


    While growing at an exponential rate, the green finance market is still in its infancy and is awash in mislabelled “sustainable” investment products. What is considered “green” varies from investor to investor and from bank to bank and across regions, both in terms of business clientele and financial offerings from the sector. As regulators across Europe, the UK and in North America increase pressure on investment managers to increase the transparency of financial product labelling.

    As countries get serious about net-zero emissions targets in line with the recommendations of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, pressure is growing for policymakers to mandate unified definitions of “green” finance and introduce compulsory disclosures.

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    This webinar will ask tough questions about what a new wave of transparency in fund labelling and fee disclosure could mean for global investors who are committed to going green.


    Gina Miller, Founder, SCM Direct


    Hugh Wheelan, Managing Director, Responsible Investor
  • Alternative data and innovation (AI and machine learning) - ESG Data Part 2 Recorded: Dec 12 2019 62 mins
    Responsible Investor
    Responsible Investor's 4-part webinar series "ESG data: mind the gap" brings together the different perspectives of corporates, investors and actors on differing views and challenges, exploring the existing gaps, solutions and offering best practice examples.

    This second webinar of the four-part series will focus on defining alternative ESG data from a corporate perspective, the potential impact on company valuations of such data, and how this data may be used by investors to identify risks and opportunities.

    Truvalue Labs - Thomas Kuh, Head of Index
    Brunel Pensions - Helen Price, Assistant Investment Officer, Brunel Pension Partnership Ltd

    Moderator: Helen Wood-Gush, Senior ESG Consultant, Responsible Investor

    Questions for discussion may include:
    - What is alternative data, where does it come from, and how is used in ESG ratings and indices?
    - Has the big data revolution allowed investors to become less reliant on voluntary corporate disclosures?
    - What challenges does the use of big data by investors pose to corporate disclosure requirements and practices?
    - What is the process for identifying the relevant signals to achieve better investment objectives?
    - How can companies participate in the alternative/big data conversation with investors?
    - How can the data that companies generate add value to the pool of “alternative/big data” used in market valuation?
    - What additional types of data should companies be seeking to generate?
    - What types of technological solutions, processes and platforms can corporations and investors use to help ensure financially material qualitative S and G data is appropriately considered in relation to the market valuation of companies?
  • Certificate in Sustainable Investing and Finance (CSIF) Taster Recorded: Dec 10 2019 48 mins
    Responsible Investor
    Following the huge demand to attend the in-person taster session for the Certificate in Sustainable Investing and Finance (CSIF) in London on November 27th ( https://www.responsible-investor.com/events/events_page/csif_pre_course_with_andreas_hoepner_london/ )we are broadcasting a shorter version via a webinar on Tuesday 10th December.

    The CSIF program aims to introduce sustainable investment professionals and intermediaries from the responsible investment space into modern finance and investment practice. It provides sustainable investment proponents with deeply needed technical and conceptual knowledge of financial markets, and modern methods of financial decision-making such as financial data science.

    The webinar will include:
    1 Why Climate Transition Investing (CTI)?
    1a) The fine but crucial differences between the ‘Net Zero’ and the ’2 degree’ target
    1b) CTI & the IPCC trajectory: ‘Developed by scientists’ not just ‘science-based’1c) Imperatives for the Global GHG Diet: Discipline & Measurement

    2) What is Climate Transition Investing (CTI)?
    2a) The Planet Parameter: -7% on average per annum
    2b) Baselines for both versions of Climate Transition Investing
    2c) Greenwashing Preventions

    3) How can anyone advance in Climate Transition Investing (CTI)?
    3a) Climate Transition Investing across Asset Classes
    3b) Estimating Absolute GHG emissions
    3c) Scaling GHG Intensity measures without sectoral bias (i.e. GHG/revenue is biased in favour of Coal and Integrated O&G)
  • Debating the Green New Deal as an investor roadmap for the Americas Recorded: Nov 12 2019 60 mins
    Responsible Investor
    As the FT noted in a recent editorial: “The depressing reality about climate change is that we could solve the problem, at manageable cost, but are failing to do so. This failure is due to a mixture of blindness and self-deception.” Could the Green New Deal be a wake up call for North American investors? Join us for a debate on how North American investors are assessing and responding to the ambitious scale of the GND and the global energy transition.

    The Green New Deal is full of implications for investors - the plan would require massive investments and the leveraging of new funding for communities affected by climate change; the repairing and upgrading of crumbling infrastructure to withstand extreme weather and ensuring all legislation related to infrastructure address climate change; and a shift in capital away from fossil fuels into renewable power sources; investment in new manufacturing and industrial capacity to spur growth; and the build out of distributed power grids to provide affordable electricity across the continent.

    This webinar will consider implications of the Green New Deal for North America’s largest investors, and the risks and opportunities of a strategic approach to climate finance at the continental scale.

    Daniel A. Zarrilli, OneNYC Director and Chief Climate Policy Advisor, NYC Office of the Mayor
    Lauren Faber O’Connor, Chief Sustainability Officer, Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti
    Tanya Müller García, President, Commission for Environment and Energy, International Chamber of Commerce Mexico; former Secretary of Environment, Mexico City

    Moderator: Paul Verney, Journalist, Responsible Investor
  • ESG data: Mind the gap part 1 Recorded: Nov 7 2019 62 mins
    Responsible Investor and the Investor Relations Society
    As pressure grows for the integration of ESG factors into company valuation and sustainable and impact investing continues to attract more funds, the call to investors and corporates to address ESG data quality, consistency and accuracy becomes louder. The gap in perspective of investors, corporates and industry practitioners to enable creation of a reliable pool data of ESG data is evident.

    In this 4 part webinar series, find out about the different perspectives of corporates, investors and actors on addressing the ESG Data quality, consistency and accuracy gap. We will explore their differing views and challenges and discuss solutions and offer best practice examples.

    ESG data, ratings and indices
    The first in the webinar series will focus on how ESG data is defined, constructed, communicated, compared and practically used.

    This webinar is presented in partnership with the Investor Relations Society. Newly appointed CEO, Laura Hayter, will give insight into some of the key findings and views from a recently conducted a survey ESG data and current practices. The Investor Relations Society has over 800 members representing European investor relations professionals.

    Questions include:
    What types of data do investors consider to be ESG data?
    Why is it a challenge for companies to produce ESG data?
    Is the incorporation of general ESG data from data providers sufficient to resolve long term information gaps ?
    How are ESG ratings and indices constructed and differ?
    How do rating and index providers attribute financial performance resulting from ESG practices not always tracked or reported on by companies and is it accounted for in ESG ratings and indices?

    Laura Hayter, CEO, The Investor Relations Society
    Rakesh Patel, Director, Investor Relations, InterContinental Hotels Group
    Andy Howard, Head of Sustainable Research, Schroders
    Sam Sue Ping, Head of Issuer Communications, MSCI

    Moderator: Helen Wood-Gush, Senior ESG Consultant, Responsible Investor
  • Investment strategy & frameworks for the low-carbon transition Recorded: Nov 5 2019 59 mins
    Responsible Investor and FTSE Russell
    This RI webinar will take a challenging look at changing approaches to investing in a low-carbon world. The discussion will clarify the debate over strategies that target the green economy or a low-carbon transition. Insurance giant AXA is now calling on companies to issue transition bonds as well as green ones and the EU taxonomy has been expanded to consider both green economic activity and those that enable the transition to net zero emissions.

    Canada’s Expert Panel on Sustainable Finance recommended the development of transition-linked asset classes to help decarbonise the economy. Can ongoing investor and government support for large fossil fuel producers actually accelerate decarbonisation, or is it time for investors to wind-up the most emissions intensive companies?

    All of these developments point to a broadening of the sustainable finance policy agenda to include fossil fuels and carbon-intensive industries. Is this sophisticated ‘greenwashing' on the part of investment professionals and policy advisors in countries who have large and influential fossil fuel sectors? Or is the incorporation of high-carbon companies into these strategies an authentic evolution in the way that investors and policymakers support the transition to net zero emissions?

    Speakers from FTSE Russell, AXA Investment Managers, and Scotiabank will address the question: 'should investors be broadening their investment universes to include the ‘climate transition’ when creating low-carbon investment products?'


    David Harris, Group Head, Sustainable Business, London Stock Exchange Group
    & Head of Sustainable Investment, FTSE Russell

    Yo Takatsuki, Head of ESG Research and Active Ownership, AXA IM

    Peter Johnson, Chair, Canadian Standards Association (CSA) Task Group, Green and Transition Finance


    Sophie Robinson-Tillett, Deputy Editor, Responsible Investor
  • Stranded Plastics: Understanding and managing plastics risks in investments Recorded: Nov 4 2019 62 mins
    Responsible Investor and ISS ESG
    Plastics play an important role in modern life and economy. However, the associated waste - and the issue of marine plastic litter in particular - presents a mounting challenge for the environment and society.

    In light of the growing public concern about plastics, and recent policy initiatives, investors with exposure to companies across the plastics value chain are prone to stranded asset risks linked to financial losses and reputational damage in a range of industries impacted by a looming plastics phase-out.

    Investors have the opportunity to manage these risks if able to identify opportunities in innovative businesses and technologies, and encourage and monitor companies’ management of plastic-related challenges.

    This webinar will explain how ESG research, data and insights can support responsible investors in considering plastic waste-related risks and opportunities in their investment decisions. In addition, it will give an overview of the current status of the regulatory environment and developments, and explain how ESG data can enable investors to manage risks and source opportunities related to plastics by using the Solactive ISS ESG Beyond Plastic Waste Index.

    Expert speakers will explore the below topics:

    What are current problems and challenges caused by plastics and why should the issue rise up the investor agenda?
    What regulatory and policy initiatives are driving action on plastics?
    Actioning ESG data: How the Solactive ISS Beyond Plastic Waste Index can help investors identify the leaders in addressing plastic waste and manage plastics-related risks.
    Investor views: what are investors doing to address the mounting plastic pollution challenge and how can they improve their efforts?

    Ronja Woestheinrich, ESG Analyst, ISS ESG
    Cornelia Gomez, ESG Director, PAI Partners
    Hernando Cortina, Head of Index Strategy, ISS ESG
    Conrad MacKerron, Senior Vice President, As You Sow

    Moderator: Elza Holmstedt Pell, Events Leader, Responsible Investor
  • Action Plan Updates Beyond TEG Recorded: Oct 25 2019 56 mins
    Responsible Investor
    The latest developments on the EU Action Plan: Part 4

    This summer, the EU’s Technical Expert Group on Sustainable Finance (TEG) gathered market feedback on its plans for a green taxonomy, green bond standards and low-carbon benchmarks.
    To discuss the response and provide an update on the three initiatives – as well as the other parts of the Action Plan – RI will be joined by leaders from the TEG and the European Commission for a four-part webinar series.

    The reports from TEG have taken centre stage over the summer, but there are lot of other moving parts in the EU Action Plan on Sustainable Finance. Martin Spolc, Head of the Sustainable Finance and Fintech unit in the European Commission's Directorate General for Financial Services (DG FISMA) oversees the Action Plan, and will provide an update on other important developments.

    We encourage you to submit questions in advance, by emailing sophie@responsible-investor.com. Questions can be asked anonymously, if requested.
  • Low-carbon Benchmarks Recorded: Oct 24 2019 31 mins
    Responsible Investor
    The latest developments on the EU Action Plan: Part 3

    This summer, the EU’s Technical Expert Group on Sustainable Finance (TEG) gathered market feedback on its plans for a green taxonomy, green bond standards and low-carbon benchmarks.
    To discuss the response and provide an update on the three initiatives – as well as the other parts of the Action Plan – RI will be joined by leaders from the TEG and the European Commission for a four-part webinar series

    Dr Steffen Hoerter, Head of ESG at Allianz Global Investors and a TEG member, will update listeners on the two low-carbon benchmark proposals: integrating ESG disclosure into mainstream indices and creating a dedicated regulatory framework for low-carbon products. He’ll explain how the feedback from the consultation might influence the group’s final report.

    We encourage you to submit questions in advance, by emailing sophie@responsible-investor.com. Questions can be asked anonymously, if requested.
  • A European Green Bond Standard Recorded: Oct 23 2019 30 mins
    Responsible Investor
    The latest developments on the EU Action Plan: Part 2

    This summer, the EU’s Technical Expert Group on Sustainable Finance (TEG) gathered market feedback on its plans for a green taxonomy, green bond standards and low-carbon benchmarks.
    To discuss the response and provide an update on the three initiatives – as well as the other parts of the Action Plan – RI will be joined by leaders from the TEG and the European Commission for a four-part webinar series.

    Aila Aho, an Executive Advisor on Sustainability at Nordea, and TEG’s green bond rapporteur, will discuss progress on the potential European GBS and what comes next. She’ll talk about the role of transition bonds in the standard, potential legislation and how the EU’s work fits in with existing green bond initiatives.

    We encourage you to submit questions in advance, by emailing sophie@responsible-investor.com. Questions can be asked anonymously, if requested.
  • The EU Taxonomy Recorded: Oct 22 2019 45 mins
    Responsible Investor
    The latest developments on the EU Action Plan: Part 1

    This summer, the EU’s Technical Expert Group on Sustainable Finance (TEG) gathered market feedback on its plans for a green taxonomy, green bond standards and low-carbon benchmarks.
    To discuss the response and provide an update on the three initiatives – as well as the other parts of the Action Plan – RI will be joined by leaders from the TEG and the European Commission for a four-part webinar series.

    Nathan Fabian, Chief Responsible Investment Officer at the PRI and Chair of the Technical Expert Group on Sustainable Finance, will kick off the series with an update on the state-of-play for the green taxonomy. He’ll be discussing key take-aways from the public consultation and the latest in the ongoing political negotiations that run parallel to the TEG’s work.

    We encourage you to submit questions in advance, by emailing sophie@responsible-investor.com. Questions can be asked anonymously, if requested.
  • ESG Integration into Manager Selection & Monitoring Recorded: Sep 23 2019 63 mins
    Responsible Investor & Style Analytics
    Join us on 23 September at 4pm BST as we explore the topic of ESG integration in manager selection and monitoring. The webinar will feature industry experts from Aon and the San Francisco Employee’s Retirement System (SFERS).

    As the effects of climate change shape our world, investors are coming under increasing pressure to integrate ESG into their processes. For asset owners who rely on external managers, it is vital to be able to understand and monitor the integration process. For those selecting funds on behalf of their clients, it is important to validate how ESG is being incorporated and if it is being done on a consistent basis.

    Responsible Investor and Style Analytics are holding this webinar to discuss real examples of ESG integration, including a review of the key challenges faced and lessons learned from a public pension fund.

    The speakers will also explore how ESG approaches differ between the US and the UK, the tools and practices developed to select and monitor fund managers, and how the industry can look at ESG alongside other traditional factors.

    They will answer live audience questions at the end of the webinar.

    Andrew Collins, Director of ESG & Responsible Investing, City and County of San Francisco Retirement System
    Tim Manuel, UK Head of Responsible Investment, Aon
    Bernie Nelson, President of Style Analytics North America

    Tony Hay, Publisher, Responsible Investor
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