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3er Webinar PRI LATAM 2019

El 3er Webinar LATAM del 2019 lo realizaremos en el mes de Octubre y el tema principal será el rol del inversionista frente al cambio climático y reflexiones de cara al desarrollo de la COP25 en Santiago. Contaremos con la presencia de:

•Tony Campos Head of Head of Sustainable Investment for the Americas para FTSE Russell quien no presentará el Índice de bonos del gobierno mundial ajustado al riesgo climático y otros temas asociados a cambio climático que viene trabajando la organización.

•Elena Espinoza, Manager Social Issues de PRI quien nos hablará sobre el trabajo que viene desarrollando PRI en transición justa y por qué es fundamental para una acción climática efectiva.

También compartiremos novedades del trabajo de PRI sobre la Respuesta Política Inevitable (IPR) y la reciente declaración de 230 inversores institucionales que representan USD $16,2 trillones en activos bajo gestión pidiendo a las empresas que tomen medidas urgentes a la luz de los devastadores incendios en la Amazonía.

Por favor tener en cuenta que la presentación de Tony Campos se hará en Ingles.
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    Por favor tener en cuenta que la presentación de Tony Campos se hará en Ingles.
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    James Kofi Annan, President, Challenging Heights

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    Frédéric Vuillod, Fondateur, Mediatico
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    Duty of care and the supply chain: issues for responsible investors

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    La France s’est doté d’une loi pionnière en matière de RSE : la loi sur le devoir de vigilance. Le premier exercice a montré que les entreprises découvrent le risk management de leur filière d'approvisionnement. Pour les investisseurs le sujet est clé car une partie majoritaire des risques qui pèsent sur les grandes entreprises proviennent précisément de leur chaine d’approvisionnement. Pour éclairer sur ce thème, le FIR a publié en juin 2019 un Cahier sur ce thème.

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    Sophie Gaudeul, Confederal Secretary, CFDT

    Dominique Potier, Member of the French Parliament

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    (delivered in French, with English translation available)
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    Seb Henbest, New Energy Outlook & Head of EMEA, Bloomberg

    Wayne Liubinskas, Co-Founder, Village Energy

    Henry McLoughlin, Director, Strategy, Capricorn Investment Group

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    Patrick de Cambourg, President, Autorité des normes comptables

    Lila Karbassi, Chief of Programmes, UN Global Compact

    Tim Mohin, CEO, GRI

    Egon Vavrek, Director, ​APG Asset Management Asia

    Moderated by Kris Douma, Director of Strategic Projects, PRI
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    N/A
    ASSET OWNER SESSION
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    Dewi Dylander, Deputy Executive Director, ESG, PKA

    Thomas Pellerin, Principal Investment Officer, IFC

    Stanislas Pottier, Chief Responsible Investment Officer, Amundi

    Olivia Albrecht, Senior Vice President and Head of ESG Business Strategy, PIMCO

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    • Compréhension du rôle des investisseurs dans les marchés financiers
    • Comment définir une stratégie d’investissement ESG cohérente ?
    • Comment mettre en place la structure adéquate pour implémenter la stratégie ESG ?

    Sophie Elkrief, CIO, MAIF

    Anne-Catherine Husson-Traore, Directrice Générale, Novethic

    Jean Laville, Directeur général adjoint et Responsable éducation, Swiss Sustainable Finance

    Moderated by Marie Luchet, Director of Continental Europe, PRI

    (delivered in French, with English translation available)
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