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Net zero - How to cut through the buzz and take action

Net Zero can be an overwhelming topic for investors. What exactly does “net zero” mean - and is there a cost to getting there? What lessons can be learnt about the path to net zero?

This Responsible Investor webinar in partnership with ISS ESG will cut through the buzz and aim to make sense of the existing net zero initiatives while providing guidance on taking action along the pledge, plan, proceed, publish framework.

It will provide insight into planning through discussions on science-based and net-zero target setting, as well as on accelerating decarbonisation, progress tracking and compliance with disclosure regulations.

The webinar will also highlight investor perspectives on both passive and active strategies towards net zero.


Speakers:
Lorenz Stör, Head of Climate Analytics, ISS ESG
Simon Park, Sustainability Analyst, Handelsbanken
Katarina Hammar, Head of Active Ownership, Nordea

Moderator:
Daniel Brooksbank, Head of Strategic Content, Responsible Investor
Recorded Jul 6 2021 59 mins
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  • Living up to the promise of green regulation Dec 16 2021 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Responsible Investor in partnership with FTSE Russell
    A practical guide to applying EU Taxonomy standards

    If it was easy, everyone would be doing it

    EU Taxonomy is more than just a simple structure. The regulation includes layers of requirements that must be met in order to make any claim of environmental sustainability. In all practicality, how can this be done? Join us as we discuss the regulatory environment, state of corporate disclosure and data usage and development with Responsible Investor

    Living up to the promise of sustainable regulation is a complicated endeavour. We’ll take a closer look at balancing regulatory needs and sustainability disclosure deficits with the promise of data development and reality in practice today. Lily Dai will be responding to
    questions on the newly released paper, ‘Do no significant harm’ and ‘minimum safeguards’ in practice: Navigating the EU Taxonomy regulation.

    Join the conversation with:
    - Elena Philipova Director, Sustainable Finance, Data & Analytics, LSEG
    - Lily Dai Senior Research Analyst, Sustainable Investments, FTSE Russell
    - Tony Hay [Moderator] Co-founder and Joint Managing Director, Responsible Investor
  • Next stop 2030 Dec 14 2021 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Responsible Investor in partnership with S&P Global Sustainable1
    As the world’s four largest emitters adjust their carbon reduction pledges to achieve net zero by 2050 (USA, EU), 2060 (China) and 2070 (India), they all have significant 2030 targets which must be hit if there’s to be hope of achieving the longer-term goals.

    China: CO2 emissions peak before 2030
    USA: 50% Reduction in U.S. Greenhouse Gas Pollution from 2005 Levels by 2030
    EU: 2030 greenhouse gas emission reduction target, including emissions and removals, to at least 55% compared to 1990
    India: 500 gigawatts (GW) of non-fossil electricity capacity, half of energy from renewables, a reduction of emissions by one billion tonnes and emissions intensity of the GDP by 45% by 2030
    Are these 2030 targets achievable?

    What regulatory levers are likely to be deployed (eg carbon taxes)?

    What are the consequences for investors (positive and negative)?

    Featuring:
    Susan Gray, Global Head of Sustainable Finance, S&P Global Ratings,
    Mark Mozur, Lead Equity Research, S&P Global Platts,
    James Salo, Head of Environmental Research, S&P Global Sustainable1

    Moderated by Tony Hay, Joint Managing Director, Responsible Investor
  • TCFDに基づく気候関連リスクの開示 - 脱炭素社会に向けた移行・機会と資産運用 Dec 9 2021 4:00 am UTC 60 mins
    Responsible Investor with FTSE Russell
    This webinar will be broadcast in Japanese.

    開催日時:2021年12月9日(木) 日本時間 午後1時-2時

    世界的な気候変動リスク・地球温暖化と、脱炭素の流れの中でCOP26が終了し、各国が2050年カーボンニュートラルに向けて動きを加速し始めました。企業は気候リスクが将来のビジネスに与えるリスクおよび機会を経営戦略として考慮することが必須となり、TCFD等にしたがって開示することが求められるようになっています。日本でも2022年4月からスタートする東京証券取引所の新市場区分においてプライムに属する企業に対して、TCFDに準拠した気候リスク・収益機会の開示をおこなうことがコーポレート・ガバナンス・コードに盛り込まれました。企業にとって、TCFDに基づく気候変動リスクの開示や脱炭素に向けた移行・機会にどう対応すべきか、投資家は投資ポートフォリオにおける気候変動リスクと機会をどう考えるべきか、運用者は気候変動リスクを考慮してどのような投資商品を投資家に提供していくのかなどが喫緊の課題となっています。こうした課題の最前線に立つ様々な分野の専門家をお迎えし、脱炭素社会に向けた移行・機会と資産運用について、ロンドン証券取引所グループ傘下のインデックス・プロバイダーであるFTSE Russell が、オンラインセミナーを行います。

    アジェンダ:
    1. オープニング
    FTSE Russell 日本代表 多湖 理

    2. ビデオメッセージ
    Transition Pathway Initiative (TPI)会長 兼 英国国教会年金理事会(CEPB)最高投資責任者 アダム マシューズ様

    3. プレゼンテーション
    “低炭素への移行をパッシブポートフォリオにと入り入れる - FTSE TPI Climate Transition インデックス”
    FTSE Russell サステナブル投資部門 日本代表 森敦仁

    4. パネルディスカッション
    “TCFDに基づく気候関連リスクの開示 - 脱炭素社会に向けた移行・機会と資産運用”

    パネリスト:
    第一生命保険株式会社 責任投資推進部長 石井博子 様
    野村アセットマネジメント株式会社  責任投資調査部 シニアESGスペシャリスト 山我哲平 様
    KPMG あずさサステナビリティ株式会社 アシスタントマネジャー  岩井美緒 様

    モデレーター:
    FTSE Russell サステナブル投資部門 日本代表 森敦仁 

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  • The World Targets Change: discussing SSGA’s asset owner survey results Dec 6 2021 2:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Responsible Investor in partnership with SSGA
    300+ asset owner responses

    40% Europe, 40% Americas, 20% APAC


    Where in the past risk mitigation and performance were the clear key drivers for investors, this time around investors’ climate strategies are equally about creating real change and driving the economic transition.

    Does this signal the start of a seismic shift to performance being measured not solely in terms of returns but also in terms of environmental and social impact?

    While implementation approaches vary, consensus is building that traditional benchmarks (and the implicit tracking error) won’t be sufficient and there is a growing acceptance that new benchmarks are needed.

    Divestment is not a preferred strategy: asset stewardship and engagement are, alongside explicit climate criteria and climate-themed management.

    As investors move forward with their decarbonisation targets, all major asset classes will be impacted, potentially transforming the shape and composition of investor portfolios across the world.


    Panellists -
    Karen Wong, Global Head of ESG and Sustainable Investing, State Street Global Advisors
    Altaf Kassam, CFA, Managing Director, EMEA Head of Investment Strategy & Research
    Monique Mathys-Graaff, Senior Director, Sustainable Investing Strategy, Willis Towers Watson

    Moderated by Tony Hay, Co-founder, Responsible Investor
  • What's Next? COP26 and Corporate Climate Action Recorded: Nov 30 2021 59 mins
    Responsible Company in partnership with ISS Corporate Solutions
    Amid a year of unprecedented change, we are all the more aware of the impact of climate change, and the growing pressure on businesses, investors and governments to act now. As more data and research becomes available on the rapidly worsening effect climate change is having on the planet, companies need to realize the implications of their actions. Join our panel of experts for a discussion around the outcomes of COP26, to hear about some of the strategies companies have put forward so far to incorporate climate change into their business strategies, and the opportunities and challenges they face in becoming Net Zero. Speakers: Logan McCoy, Vice President, Sustainability Solutions Product Management, ISS Corporate Solutions Fredrik Lundin, Vice President and Head of Methodology Climate, ISS ESG Dennis Hing-Yip Tung, Senior Sustainability Advisor, ISS Corporate Solutions Moderator: Helen Wood Gush, Senior ESG and Sustainability Consultant, Responsible Investor
  • Sovereigns & ESG: taking a stance in a complicated world Recorded: Nov 29 2021 47 mins
    Responsible Investor in partnership with J.P. Morgan Asset Management
    Sovereign debt is one of the largest and most liquid markets in the world, with over USD 60 trillion outstanding. Yet, despite the size and importance of the sovereign debt market, implementing an ESG framework within the space brings a unique set of challenges. This webinar will examine how J.P. Morgan Asset Management’s has created a set of common principles and a shared framework to help investors assess the ESG characteristics of sovereigns with a holistic and data-oriented approach. The common principles are the foundation for their shared ESG scoring framework, through which they generate proprietary sovereign ESG scores for their developed and emerging market investment processes. Panel - Marika Dysenchuk, Global Fixed Income Investment Specialist at J.P. Morgan Asset Management - Janet He, Emerging Markets Debt Macro Strategist at J.P. Morgan Asset Management - Moderated by Tony Hay, Co-founder and Joint Managing Director, Responsible Investor
  • Impact Investment: Real Talk Recorded: Nov 24 2021 63 mins
    Responsible Investor in partnership with Qontigo
    Investors around the world are becoming increasingly focused on creating positive real-world outcomes through their capital. This is hence a critical time for the investment community to reconcile the gap between the theory and practice of impact creation and measurement. One recent publication by Qontigo and Clarity AI addresses some key questions on what does and does not count as an impact investment, the best ways to measure company and investor level impact, and which companies and sectors have the most potential for impact creation.

    On Nov 24th, 2021, we are bringing together an expert panel representing impact practitioners in investment management, academia, and financial services to discuss the following topics:

    Despite the significant rise in investment flows into impact, why are certain key systemic issues worsening?
    What are the different mechanisms of impact creation across different asset classes?
    How can the SDGs framework be used to measure company impact in a quantifiable way?
    How can investors translate impact intention into additionality and ensure inclusivity, especially in the context of public markets?
    What are trends in the type of companies and sectors contributing to impact?
    How can regulatory developments be expected to bolster or hinder the shift to impact fund flows?

    Featuring:

    Saumya Mehrotra
    Associate Principal, Sustainable Investment
    Qontigo

    Carlos Lastra
    Researcher
    Clarity AI

    Quyen Tran
    Director of Impact Investing and Head of Sustainable Investing Research for Fundamental Equities
    BlackRock

    Julian Kölbel
    Postdoctoral Researcher, Center for Sustainable Finance and Private Wealth
    University of Zurich
  • How Blended Finance sustainable investment works Recorded: Nov 23 2021 67 mins
    Responsible Investor in partnership with Natixis
    How Blended Finance sustainable investment works: case studies from the stakeholders in the value chain
    Tuesday 23rd November 8:00 EST | 13:00 GMT | 14:00 CET

    This round-table format webinar produced by Natixis and Responsible Investor will hear from the different organisations involved in the structuring of Blended Finance (public/private) projects (Asset owners/Foundations, DFIs, Wealth/Asset managers, etc.) and hear their interactions on the role each plays, what they bring to the value proposition and what they need from partners for successful projects to be developed with sustainable financial outcomes and returns.

    Speakers:
    Gauthier Quéru, Head of the Land Degradation Neutrality Fund, Mirova
    Joan Larrea, CEO, Convergence
    Mike Muldoon, Managing Director, Innovative Finance, Rockefeller Foundation
    Régine Clément, CEO, CREO Syndicate
    Paul Horrocks, Head of the Private Finance for Sustainable Development Unit at the OECD Development Co-operation Directorate
    Moderator: Hugh Wheelan, Co-Founder and Joint Managing Director, Responsible Investor
  • Understanding Net-Zero Investment Frameworks Recorded: Nov 22 2021 65 mins
    Responsible Investor in partnership with Scientific Beta
    At the beginning of 2021, the Paris Aligned Investment Initiative (PAII) Net Zero Investment Framework Implementation Guide (the “Framework”) and the 2025 Target Setting Protocol of the United Nations-convened Net-Zero Asset Owner Alliance (the “Protocol”) were published. These landmark Net-Zero investment frameworks aim to assist investors in defining investment management strategies that may be presented as in line with the most ambitious goals of the Paris Agreement on Climate Change and to encourage investors to implement portfolio alignment in a manner that promotes progress in the real economy.

    This webinar will discuss the philosophy and practical recommendations of Net-Zero investment frameworks with a focus on equity portfolio management.

    Topics covered include:

    Background of investor coalitions and genesis of net-zero investment frameworks
    Presentation of the three channels that investors may use to try and alter activity
    What is the evidence on the interactions and impact of the company engagement and capital allocation channels?
    Frameworks’ recommendations for equity investment management

    Speakers:

    Erik Christiansen, ESG & Low Carbon Investment Specialist, Scientific Beta
    Felix Goltz, Research Director, Scientific Beta

    Moderated by Mina Tümay, Strategic Content Associate, Responsible Investor
  • EU Taxonomy: Quant and AI-based solutions Recorded: Nov 18 2021 59 mins
    Responsible Investor in partnership with Clarity AI
    The Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation and EU Taxonomy are concepts that are already revolutionising institutional investment. However, despite the regulations bringing forward an incredible shift in the industry, they come with practical challenges. The role of AI and machine learning is to help investors navigate the complexity of this sweeping initiative.

    Featuring speakers from Clarity AI, Pictet Asset Services as well as Allfunds, who will share their expertise in supporting financial services firms:

    Patricia Pina, Head of Product Research & Innovation at Clarity AI
    Sergio Venti, Head of Client Solutions and Innovation at Pictet Asset Services
    Julián De La Cuesta, Senior Product Specialist at Allfunds

    This webinar will dive deeper into industry challenges asset managers are facing surrounding EU Taxonomy and regulation, as well as how Data Science and Machine Learning is used in reporting. It is the third part of a webinar series with Clarity AI.

    In Part One of the series, “EU Sustainable Finance: Filling the gaps in SFDR & EU Taxonomy Reporting”, we aimed to fill the gaps and answer questions related to greenwashing, data overload, and costs of implementation. Part Two, “EU Sustainable Finance: Quant and AI-based solutions to SFDR”, addressed the hidden challenges investment and wealth managers are experiencing in regards to SFDR, as well as kickstarting the conversation on how AI fits into the big picture, and what solutions it offers in order to help navigate investors through regulatory uncertainty.

    Moderated by Mina Tümay, Strategic Content Associate, Responsible Investor
  • Post COP26 reflections from the Real Estate industry Recorded: Nov 17 2021 61 mins
    Responsible Company
    Can the Real Estate industry unlock the solutions needed for climate mitigation? As demand rises for green-focused buildings, the real estate industry has a critical role to play in climate mitigation and sustainable development. Post COP26, this webinar will explore the challenges to upgrade buildings and retrofit, deliver and fund greener buildings while also meeting net zero targets. Speakers: Mark Wynne-Smith, Global Head of JLL Valuation Advisory Service Nina Reid, Director of Responsible Property Investment, M&G Investments Nils Kok, Professor in Real Estate Finance at Maastricht University, the Netherlands Moderator: Helen Wood Gush, Senior ESG and Sustainability Consultant, Responsible Investor
  • Dynamic Materiality: capturing and measuring unstructured ESG data signals Recorded: Nov 16 2021 62 mins
    Responsible Investor in partnership with Factset
    In recent years, ESG investors have coalesced around the concept of materiality, yet the determination of what sustainability issues are material to companies and industries remains a lively area of discussion.

    The panel will discuss the evolution of material issues and the implications for investors, focusing on -
    -The development of materiality data that is predictive
    -Identifying unique materiality signatures
    -The significance of emerging technologies, new knowledge and new regulations
    -The links between materiality and the perspectives/sentiment of stakeholders
    -Sector-specific materiality factors

    Moderator: Tony Hay, Joint Managing Director, Responsible Investor

    Panelists:
    Shirley Birman, Senior Quantitative Researcher at FactSet
    Thomas Kuh, PHD, President, Benchmark ESG Consulting LLC
    Andre Shepley, Senior Director, Responsible Investing at Nuveen, a TIAA company
  • COP26: Consequences for Net Zero and Beyond Recorded: Nov 15 2021 61 mins
    Responsible Investor in partnership with ISS ESG
    John Kerry, the US Special Presidential Envoy for Climate, declared COP26 "The starting line for the rest of the decade".

    What does this mean for our industry? Financial institutions will now need to be much better at measuring climate-related risks and opportunities using new datasets, analytical approaches, and growing experience to do so meaningfully. Portfolios will need to capture client preferences to make a positive difference and turn that into reality by understanding what Paris alignment means and executing it.

    That will include new investment strategies and effective engagement with investee companies. New approaches will also be needed to efficiently finance infrastructure and business models at the scale required to deliver net zero emissions globally.

    In other words, the most significant overhaul of investment management… ever.

    Featuring:

    Viola Lutz, Head of Climate Solutions, ISS ESG
    Victor van Hoorn, Executive Director, Eurosif
    Michael Marshall, Head of Sustainable Ownership, Railpen
    Hannah Skeates, Co-head, Sustainable Investing, Allspring Global Investments
    Sean Kidney, CEO at Climate Bonds Initiative


    Moderated by Tony Hay, Joint Managing Director, Responsible Investor
  • Economic recovery in times of COVID-19: The role of microfinance and fintech Recorded: Nov 11 2021 62 mins
    Responsible Investor in partnership with Triodos Investment Management
    Microfinance is proving more important than ever during COVID-19, both for crisis management and economic recovery. At the same time, providing micro-loans during this period is more challenging than ever. How are microfinance institutions and banks in emerging markets navigating COVID-19 and its economic impact?

    This webinar discusses how COVID-19 has underlined the importance of microfinance, and how - more than ever - financial technology (fintech) plays a role in giving people access to affordable and efficient financial products and services.

    Featuring:
    Peter Dunbar, CFA, Private Equity Senior Specialist at the Principles for Responsible Investment
    Tim Crijns, Fund Manager, Triodos Investment Management
    Maritza Cabezas, Investment Strategist, Triodos Investment Management
    Margarita Cherikbaeva, CEO Kompanion Bank in Kyrgyzstan


    Moderated by Tony Hay, Joint Managing Director, Responsible Investor
  • Net Zero: creating a climate change aware investment strategy Recorded: Nov 5 2021 60 mins
    Responsible Investor in partnership with MFS
    The growing hype around reaching net zero can make it difficult to know what to do right now and
    what to do next. This webinar explains the practical next steps for asset owners and investment
    managers and what it takes to have a climate change aware investment strategy.

    Featuring:
    - Vishal Hindocha (Global Head of Sustainability Strategy at MFS)
    - Tim Hodgson (Co-head of the Thinking Ahead Institute at Willis Towers Watson)

    Moderated by Tony Hay, Joint Managing Director, Responsible Investor
  • Net Zero: Opportunities and risks for investors Recorded: Nov 4 2021 35 mins
    Responsible Investor in partnership with J.P. Morgan Asset Management
    In the run-up to the key COP26 climate summit, net zero is at the forefront of investors’ minds.

    But what does it actually mean for asset allocation and what are the risks and opportunities that need to be considered?

    We could be on the verge of a new green economy but investments are still mostly predicated on a high carbon world.

    This webinar will take a holistic view to how best to approach the net zero paradigm.

    -How best to structure portfolios to capture opportunities and mitigate risk
    -Why an active approach is key
    -The role of fundamental and quantitative research
    -The policy framework

    Featuring:

    Hugh Gimber - Global Market Strategist, J.P. Morgan Asset Management

    Moderated by Tony Hay, Co-Founder & Joint Managing Director, Responsible Investor
  • EU Sustainable Finance: Quant and AI-based solutions to SFDR Recorded: Oct 26 2021 47 mins
    Responsible Investor in partnership with Clarity AI
    The Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation and EU Taxonomy are concepts that are already revolutionising institutional investment. However, despite the regulations bringing forward an incredible shift in the industry, they come with practical challenges.

    The role of AI and machine learning is to help investors navigate the complexity of this sweeping initiative. In Part One of our webinar series with Clarity AI, “EU Sustainable Finance: Filling the gaps in SFDR & EU Taxonomy Reporting”, we aimed to fill the gaps and answer questions related to greenwashing, data overload, and costs of implementation.

    We learned that a vast majority of our viewers expect to rely on estimates to comply with SFDR due to a lack of data. It also became clear that there is a general lack of understanding when it comes to the methodologies surrounding reporting the Principal Adverse Impacts of portfolios.

    As well as addressing the hidden challenges investment and wealth managers are experiencing, Part Two of this mini-series will explain how AI fits into the big picture, and what solutions it offers in order to help navigate investors through regulatory uncertainty.

    With speakers from Clarity AI, Deloitte as well as CSS Regtech, who combine innovative technology-driven solutions to support financial services firms.

    Featuring:

    Ron Potok, Head of Data Science, Clarity AI
    Dimitri Tsopanakos, Partner, Head of Investment Management Data Analytics, Deloitte LLP
    Stuart Royden-Turner, Associate Director Risk Advisory, Deloitte LLP
    Greg Hotaling, Regulatory Content Manager, Compliance Solutions Strategies (CSS)

    Moderated by Mina Tümay, Strategic Content Associate, Responsible Investor
  • How can batteries enable a sustainable transition to a greener economy? Recorded: Oct 13 2021 58 mins
    Responsible Company
    The battery value chain is one of the major near-term drivers to realise the 2°C Paris Agreement goal in the transport and power sectors, setting course towards achieving the 1.5°C goal if complemented with other technologies and collaborative efforts. This webinar will explore how batteries are a core technology in the transition to a greener and a more circular economy.

    Questions:

    How can companies best respond to the surging demand for batteries?

    What role does cross-sector collaboration play in promoting a sustainable battery value chain?

    Can a ‘Battery Passport’ offer a feasible solution to improving circularity in the battery value chain?

    Speakers:

    Benedikt Sobotka, CEO of Eurasian Resources Group and Co-Chair of the Global Battery Alliance
    Alex Monk, Portfolio Manager for Schroders Energy Transition Fund

    Moderator:
    Helen Wood-Gush, Responsible Investor
  • Global trends in corporate tax disclosure - an investor perspective Recorded: Oct 12 2021 60 mins
    Responsible Investor in partnership with FTSE Russell
    How corporate tax reporting practices are evolving and why it matters

    As governments are rewriting the international rulebook on corporate taxation, companies’ tax practices are coming under increasing scrutiny from regulators and other stakeholders. Companies employing aggressive tax practices such as profit shifting could be exposing themselves to growing regulatory and reputational risks, which have the potential to directly impact their profitability.

    Investors too are increasingly focused on the financial, regulatory and reputational risks associated with poor tax practices at their investee companies. However, disclosure limitations remain a significant roadblock to measuring and managing tax risks across portfolios and factoring them into investment decisions.

    Against this backdrop, this webinar will discuss:

    -The recent research on trends in corporate tax disclosure globally, drawing on reporting from over 1,300 large listed companies in developed and emerging markets, comparing tax disclosures to those on other sustainability issues
    -The growing regulatory focus on corporate tax practices
    -The way in which investors are approaching tax transparency in their portfolio companies
  • Net Zero - Now What? Paris-aligned investing in a ‘Code Red’ world Recorded: Oct 6 2021 59 mins
    Responsible Investor in partnership with S&P Global Sustainable1
    As we approach the COP26 climate change summit, this webinar will look at why and - most importantly how - investors can commit to being net zero across their portfolios.

    With the recent IPCC report highlighting that, in the words of the UN Secretary General, we are in a “Code Red” situation for humanity, the issue is urgent like never before.

    The session will detail the investment benefits of becoming Paris-aligned, at the same time digging into the near term practical steps needed to turn investment beliefs into a multi-asset class portfolio strategy.

    Featuring speakers from S&P Global Sustainable1, Lyxor Asset Management and Natixis Investment Managers.

    Featuring
    - Mona Naqvi, Global Head of ESG Capital Markets Commercial Strategy -Client and Commercial Solution, S&P Global Sustainable1
    - Olivier Trecco, CO-head of ESG Solutions, Natixis Investment Managers
    - François Millet, Head of ETF Strategy, ESG & Innovation, Lyxor ETF

    Moderated by Lauren Smart, Chief Commercial Officer, S&P Global Sustainable1
    Presented by Tony Hay, Co-Founder & Joint Managing Director, Responsible Investor
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