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Michael Jantzi - 2019 Service provider candidate video

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  • Minimum Requirements in 2020 Mar 4 2020 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    The PRI
    The PRI invites you to join this webinar on 4 March to learn more about the minimum requirements that apply to all mandatory reporters in 2020. In time for the reporting deadline 31 March 2020, we will guide you through how you report on the minimum requirements in the reporting tool, provide guidance including the PRI resources available, and discuss the timeline for meeting the requirements.

    You can read more about PRI's Minimum Requirements here: https://www.unpri.org/signatories/minimum-requirements

    Presenter:
    Milja Norberg, Manager of Reporting & Assessment (The PRI)
  • Evolving PRI Reporting: your views on the next steps Feb 24 2020 9:00 am UTC 60 mins
    The PRI
    As part of our 10-year Blueprint for responsible investment – looking at how to take responsible investment forward over the next decade – we committed to undertake an extensive review of our Reporting Framework. This includes the reporting indicators themselves, our assessment methodology, the reporting outputs and the platforms to support this.

    The Reporting Framework review began with a first consultation phase between March and July 2019. The PRI has since then taken a number of steps to carefully put together a more developed proposal of what a new Reporting and Assessment framework could look like. The proposal has been heavily based on signatory feedback during the first consultation phase, with oversight from the PRI Board and support from the Reporting and Assessment Advisory Committee. We are now in the second consultation phase, asking signatories to indicate their level of support for the proposal that the PRI has put forward.

    This webinar will:
    • serve as an update on the overall Reporting and Assessment review, including the steps taken so far and what’s next;
    • outline the current Reporting and Assessment proposal out for consultation;
    • test the ideas/collect feedback through polling questions about the proposal; and,
    • answer any questions the audience might have in regards to the proposal.

    Presenter:
    Senita Galijatovic, Head of Reporting and Accountability (The PRI)
  • The 2020 PRI reporting cycle: overview, update and Q&A Feb 4 2020 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    The PRI
    If you are a mandatory reporter responding to the PRI Reporting Framework in 2020, join our reporting cycle overview, update and Q&A session. This webinar is also a learning opportunity for signatories responding to the framework during their voluntary reporting period.

    We will take you through what you need to know in order to prepare for the 2020 reporting cycle, including:

    • A brief introduction to reporting;
    • how to access the reporting tool;
    • the changes made to the Reporting Framework for the 2020 reporting cycle;
    • a brief update on the Reporting Framework review;
    • the resources available for reporting; and
    • a Q&A session.

    The 2020 PRI reporting cycle starts on 6 January and ends on 31 March 2020. This webinar will be applicable to asset owner, investment manager and service provider signatories.

    Presenter:
    Danielle Watkins, Analyst, Reporting and Assessment (The PRI)
  • Evolving PRI Reporting: your views on the next steps Jan 29 2020 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    The PRI
    As part of our 10-year Blueprint for responsible investment – looking at how to take responsible investment forward over the next decade – we committed to undertake an extensive review of our Reporting Framework. This includes the reporting indicators themselves, our assessment methodology, the reporting outputs and the platforms to support this.

    The Reporting Framework review began with a first consultation phase between March and July 2019. The PRI has since then taken a number of steps to carefully put together a more developed proposal of what a new Reporting and Assessment framework could look like. The proposal has been heavily based on signatory feedback during the first consultation phase, with oversight from the PRI Board and support from the Reporting and Assessment Advisory Committee. We are now in the second consultation phase, asking signatories to indicate their level of support for the proposal that the PRI has put forward.

    This webinar will:
    • serve as an update on the overall Reporting and Assessment review, including the steps taken so far and what’s next;
    • outline the current Reporting and Assessment proposal out for consultation;
    • test the ideas/collect feedback through polling questions about the proposal; and,
    • answer any questions the audience might have in regards to the proposal.

    Presenter:
    Senita Galijatovic, Head of Reporting and Accountability, PRI
  • ESG in Sovereign Debt Investing: Data and Integration Techniques Jan 23 2020 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    PRI, World Bank, Payden & Rygel Investment Management, Union Investment
    Join the PRI, the World Bank, Payden & Rygel Investment Management and Union Investment for a webinar on 23 January to explore ESG data sources and integration techniques for sovereign debt investing.

    This session will provide a taste of the World Bank’s new Sovereign ESG Data Portal, an important enhancement to the data kit. Furthermore case studies by Payden & Rygel Investment Management and Union Investment will provide examples of how to consider ESG factors in sovereign debt analysis. The session builds on the PRI’s new Practical Guide to ESG Integration in Sovereign Debt.

    Anna Georgieva, Manager, Investment Practices, PRI (moderator)
    Fiona Stewart, Lead Financial Sector Specialist, Finance, Competitiveness & Innovation, World Bank
    Johannes Böhm, Portfolio Management ESG Analyst, Union Investment
    Kristin Ceva, CFA, Managing Principal, Payden & Rygel Investment Management
  • The TCFD recommendations and the 2020 PRI reporting cycle Jan 15 2020 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    The PRI
    In 2018, as part of the PRI’s programme on championing climate action, we introduced voluntary climate change indicators in the PRI Reporting Framework, based on the recommendations of the Taskforce on Climate-related Financial Disclosure (TCFD).

    From the 2020 reporting cycle, signatories will for the first time be required to report on the climate change indicators on a mandatory basis. The indicators will not be assessed and signatories can continue to choose whether they wish to disclose their responses.

    This webinar will take you through what you need to know in order to prepare for and report on the TCFD-based PRI climate change indicators, including:
    •A brief background to the TCFD recommendations and what they mean for signatories.
    •An outline of the climate change indicators that will be mandatory to report on.
    •How you can use the PRI's Data Portal to learn what actions other signatories have already taken related to climate change.

    Presenters:
    Edward Baker, Senior Specialist, Climate and Energy Transition (The PRI)
    Senita Galijatovic, Head of Reporting and Accountability (The PRI)
    Thalia Vounaki, Head of Data Analytics & Insights (The PRI)
  • TPI Webinar: Transportation Recorded: Dec 12 2019 51 mins
    TPI
    Join us to discuss the latest release from the Transition Pathway Initiative (TPI). This release covers the transportation section which looks at Airlines, Autos, and the new sector of Shipping. The discussion will cover a brief overview of the TPI, the methodology and the results from these sectors. There will also be a chance for some Q&A.
  • The Inevitable Policy Response: Preparing investors for an abrupt transition Recorded: Dec 11 2019 58 mins
    PRI, Vivid Economics
    A forceful policy response to climate change within the near term is not priced into today's markets. Yet it is inevitable that governments will be forced to act more decisively than they have so far, leaving investor portfolios exposed to significant risk. The longer the delay, the more disorderly, disruptive and abrupt the policy will inevitably be.

    In anticipation, PRI, Vivid Economics and ETA have developed a pioneering project that helps investors prepare for the financial impact of an Inevitable Policy Response (IPR).

    This webinar presents the latest outputs of the project, covering:

    •The Forecast Policy Scenario - what are some of the policy assumptions and implications for the macro-economy?

    •Release of the Asset-level value stream model - which key sectors will be impacted across major asset classes?

    •How will PRI support investors?
  • What and why investors need to know about soil health Recorded: Dec 4 2019 61 mins
    Andrew Voysey (Soil Capital), Steven Rosenzweig (General Mills), Yasmine Svan (LGIM), Gemma James (PRI)
    Investors have been engaged on agricultural related topics such as deforestation, water, food security and climate but little attention has been paid to the importance of soil health and its foundational role in all of these issues, as well as with respect to supporting decent farmer livelihoods. PRI will host a webinar to raise awareness and to build the business case on why investors should pay attention to soil health. It will highlight the risks that all investors are exposed to and explore the opportunities available to them.

    The webinar will cover:
    1. Why soil health is important to companies throughout the food sector and the risks and opportunities investors are exposed to;
    2. Regenerative agriculture as one approach to improving soil health and the associated benefits for businesses and resilient communities;
    3. How investors can integrate soil health with other agriculture-related topics and what they should engage companies on which is specific to soil health.
  • Human rights due diligence and modern slavery: the case for investor action Recorded: Nov 28 2019 60 mins
    Bettina Reinboth, Head of Social Issues, PRI
    This webinar will explore how investors can play a role in pushing for more and better human rights due diligence and will focus in particular on efforts to tackle modern slavery and human trafficking. Speakers from the UN Working Group on Business and Human Rights, the World Business Council for Sustainable Development and from the Liechtenstein Initiative for a Financial Sector Commission on Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking will provide insights on how investors can push forward this ambitious agenda.
  • Fiduciary duty in the 21st century – from a legal case to regulatory clarificati Recorded: Nov 22 2019 5 mins
    The PRI, UNEP FI and The Generation Foundation
    https://www.fiduciaryduty21.org/

    Fiduciary Duty in the 21st Century, a collaboration between the PRI and UNEP FI with generous financial support from The Generation Foundation, contributes an extensive evidence base to end the debate on whether fiduciary duty is a legitimate barrier to the integration of environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues in investment practice and decision-making.

    Hear from market actors themselves how governments are updating their frameworks, regulators are moving to support the updated conception of fiduciary duty, and investors are also expressing and working towards aligning economic and sustainability objectives.

    The project finds that in the 21st century there has been a marked growth in responsible investment regulation and policy around the globe. Investors that fail to incorporate ESG issues are failing their fiduciary duties and are increasingly likely to be subject to legal challenge.

    While the conceptual debate around whether ESG issues are a requirement of investor duties and obligations is now over, there are several areas where further work is required.

    Visit http://www.fiduciaryduty21.org for more details.
  • PRI: How to navigate the 2020 Online Reporting Tool Recorded: Nov 20 2019 7 mins
    Milja Norberg, Manager, Reporting & Assessment, PRI
    This video has been developed to help PRI signatories navigate the PRI Online Reporting Tool. It covers three topics:

    00:40 How to access the online Reporting Tool
    01:38 The basics: simple reporting
    03:52 Smart functions: better reporting
  • 3er Webinar PRI LATAM 2019 Recorded: Oct 30 2019 57 mins
    Eduardo Atehortua, PRI; Tony Campos, FTSE Russell, Elena Espinoza, PRI
    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.
  • PIP19 -Sustainable Policy Conference Recorded: Oct 21 2019 4 mins
    Principles for Responsible Investment
    https://www.unpri.org/pri/pri-blog/pris-first-sustainable-finance-policy-conference-heres-what-we-discussed

    Alongside PRI in Person 2019, the PRI, BNP Paribas and BNP Paribas Asset Management convened the world’s first responsible investment conference focused on global policy reform in support of a more sustainable financial system. The event drew together senior policymakers, regulatory affairs professionals and investment professionals to discuss policy reform on issues such as impact and the climate.

    #PRIinPerson #Responsibleinvestment #ESG
  • Susheela Peres da Costa - 2019 Service provider candidate video Recorded: Oct 17 2019 5 mins
    Susheela Peres da Costa, Head of Advisory, Regnan Governance Research and Engagement
    Candidate statement:
    https://www.unpri.org/Uploads/y/m/n/201908susheelaperesdacostacandidateinformationform_332953.docx
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    Candidate statement:
    https://www.unpri.org/Uploads/y/m/n/201908peterwebstercandidateinformationform_189477.docx
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    Candidate statement:
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    Candidate statement:
    https://www.unpri.org/Uploads/y/m/n/201908michaeljantzicandidateinformationform_816271.docx
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    Candidate statement:
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    Candidate statement:
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