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PRI London Forum - PRI Tools and Guides

The video session will cover how signatories can best make use of PRI tools & guides, reporting & assessment data and process as well as the PRI Academy and Collaboration Platform. Attendees will get a clear overview of the tools at their disposal to meet the PRI’s principles – especially Principle I. We will also include a number of examples how these tools have been applied in practice.
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    Eduardo Atehortua, Head of Latin Amercia (Ex-Brazil), PRI & Antonio Santoro, Head of Southern Europe, PRI
    El PRI organiza una serie de webinars que tienen como objetivo destacar mejores prácticas en Inversión Responsable para educar, inspirar y, en última instancia, elevar los estándares en toda la base de signatarios de América Latina y España.
  • Biodiversity and Infrastructure Investing: Managing Risk and Enhancing Value Apr 19 2021 2:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    The PRI
    Expectations on the finance sector’s role in safeguarding biodiversity and natural capital continue to grow but this complex topic can sometimes be challenging to navigate in a diligence and asset management context. Aimed at infrastructure Private Equity ESG practitioners, join our webinar for some practical biodiversity insights including:
    • an overview of the mitigation hierarchy and how it can be integrated effectively into financial decision making;
    • an introduction of how biodiversity data can enhance decision making during the diligence process; and
    • a recent sustainable finance case study of how protecting biodiversity has tangibly enhanced asset value.

    Speakers include:
    Helen Temple, Chief Executive, The Biodiversity Consultancy
    James Magor, Director, Responsible Investment, Actis
    Ed Ellis, Manager, Integrated Biodiversity Assessment Tool (IBAT)
    Moderated by: Gemma James, Head of Environmental Issues, PRI
  • Corporate Governance Reform in Japan: The Revision of the CG Code Apr 14 2021 8:00 am UTC 60 mins
    The PRI
    This webinar will cover the drivers and the effects of the proposed revisions in the CG code, followed by a discussion of areas covered in the consultation and how investors might want to respond on critical revisions.
  • El Ciclo de reporte PRI 2021: Visión General y Preguntas y Respuestas Mar 18 2021 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Antonio Santoro, Head of Southern Europe, Signatory Relations & Irene Díaz, Associate, Reporting and Assessment
    A raíz de una extensa revisión y consulta con los signatarios de PRI, hemos lanzado el nuevo marco de reporte 2021 junto a su nueva plataforma. Únase al seminario web de PRI el 18 de marzo para obtener una descripción general de lo que necesita saber para prepararse para el ciclo de reportede 2021, que incluye:

    • Una breve introducción a los módulos;
    • los cambios realizados en el marco de reporte para el ciclo 2021;
    • cómo acceder y navegar por la nueva plataforma de reporte
  • The Inevitable Policy Response 2021: Forecast Policies Mar 17 2021 2:30 pm UTC 60 mins
    PRI
    This webinar will provide an update on The Inevitable Policy Response, a pioneering project commissioned by the PRI. The event will include an overview of The Inevitable Policy Response followed by a deeper examination of the forecast policies and implications for investors. This event is relevant to all PRI signatories, including implementation of TCFD and climate risk assessment, as well as steps towards net zero. Speakers will include specialists on The Inevitable Policy Response including Vivid Economics and Energy Transition Advisors, as well as investors already integrating The Inevitable Policy Response.

    Confirmed speakers:
    Fiona Reynolds, CEO, PRI
    Thomas Kansy, Director, Vivid Economics
    Julian Poulter, Partner, Energy Transition Advisors
    Jane Ambachtsheer, Global Head of Sustainability, BNP Paribas Asset Management
    Alexis Rosenblum, Chief Corporate Sustainability Officer, BlackRock
    Moderated by: Sagarika Chatterjee, Director of Climate Change, PRI and COP26 High-Level Champions Team Member
  • Responsible Investment Under President Biden: What Investors Need to Know Mar 15 2021 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    The PRI
    Join the PRI US Policy team for an update on the first two months of the Biden administration, with an overview of the administration’s priorities and actions, policy developments at financial regulators and Congress, and what to expect on the horizon.
  • Il Ciclo di Reporting 2021, Visione Generale, Aggiornamenti e Q&A Mar 15 2021 10:00 am UTC 60 mins
    Antonio Santoro, Head of Southern Europe, Signatory Relations & Giulia Scaminaci, Associate, Reporting and Assessment
    A seguito di un’ampia revisione e consultazione con i firmatari del PRI, il nuovo reporting framework 2021 è stato lanciato, insieme a una nuova piattaforma di rendicontazione. Partecipi al webinar PRI del 15 marzo per ottenere una panoramica di ciò che deve sapere per essere preparato al ciclo di divulgazione 2021, il webinar include:

    Una breve introduzione al reporting;
    le modifiche apportate al Reporting Framework per il ciclo di rendicontazione 2021;
    come accedere e navigare nella nuova piattaforma di reportistica
  • Webinar 4: Setting the ambition: what does net zero mean for investors? Mar 11 2021 2:30 pm UTC 135 mins
    Sagarika Chatterjee, Director, PRI / David Harris, Head of Sustainable Business, London Stock Exchange Group & FTSE Russell
    Opening remarks
    Fiona Reynolds, CEO, PRI
    David Craig, Group Head, Data & Analytics, CEO Refinitiv, London Stock Exchange Group

    Keynote
    Rt Hon Kwasi Kwarteng MP, UK Secretary of State at the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

    Role of asset managers in achieving net zero
    Jean Hynes, Managing Partner and incoming CEO, Wellington Management

    Investment case for climate action
    Bob Litterman, Chairman of the US CFTC's Climate-Related Market Risk Subcommittee and founding partner, Kepos Capital

    How to get active and engaged in investor initiatives?
    The investor guide to climate collaboration: From COP26 to net zero
    Sagarika Chatterjee, Director of Climate Change, PRI and COP26 High-Level Champions Finance Lead
    David Harris, Group Head of Sustainable Business at London Stock Exchange Group & FTSE Russell

    Panel: Initiatives to drive climate action
    Chair: Arne Staal, Global Head of Research and Product Management, FTSE Russell
    Net Zero Asset Manager: Meryam Omi, Head of Sustainability and Responsible Investment Strategy, Legal & General Investment Management
    CA100+: Rick Lacaille, Executive Vice President & Senior Investment Advisor, State Street Global Advisers
    Net Zero AO Alliance: Nili Gilbert, Board Member and Chairwoman of the Investment Committees, David Rockefeller Fund
    Paris Aligned Investment Framework: John Howchin, Secretary-General of the Council on Ethics, Swedish National Pension Funds

    The Inevitable Policy Response: 2021?
    Mark Fulton,The Inevitable Policy Response Project Lead and Advisor to the PRI

    Panel: What is the role of asset owners in making COP26 a success?
    Chair: Sagarika Chatterjee, Director of Climate Change, PRI and COP26 High-Level Champions Finance Lead
    Nathalie Lhayani, Head of Sustainability, Caisse des Dépôts
    Kirsty Jenkinson, Investment Director, CalSTRS
    Liz Gordon, Executive Director of Corporate Governance, New York State Common Retirement Fund
  • ¿Por qué los inversores deberían actuar sobre los derechos humanos? Mar 10 2021 10:30 am UTC 60 mins
    The PRI
    Tal y como cualquier actividad empresarial, los inversores institucionales tienen la responsabilidad de respetar los derechos humanos. Esta obligación fue formalizada por las Naciones Unidas y la OCDE en 2011 y desde entonces, las expectativas de empleados, beneficiarios, clientes, gobiernos y la sociedad en general no han hecho más que aumentar, impulsadas no solo por la creciente visibilidad y urgencia en torno a muchos temas de derechos humanos, sino también porque se comprende mejor que los inversionistas pueden generar soluciones concretas para el “mundo real”, y deben hacerlo con responsabilidad, en todas sus actividades de inversión.
    Acompáñenos en este webinario donde discutiremos como los inversores puedan enmarcar el tema y empezar su camino hacia la integración. Además, contaremos con los aportes de organizaciones locales y globales que nos compartirán su experiencia sobre los DDHH, tendencias y modelos de integración.

    Alberto Matellán, Chief Economist, MAPFRE
    Andrea Gonzalez Gonzalez, Subdirectora General, Spainsif
    Mario Enrique Sánchez Richter, Senior Economist, CC.OO.
    Tulia Machado Helland, Head of Human Rights, Storebrand
    Elena Espinoza, Acting Head of Social Issues, PRI
    Antonio Santoro, Head of Southern Europe, PRI
  • How Investors can Improve Workers' Rights: Lessons from the Fair Food Program Mar 9 2021 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Nabylah Abo Dehman; Gerardo Reyes-Chavez; Judge Laura Safer Espinoza (Ret); Greg Asbed; Mike Musuraca; Amelia Evans
    The Fair Food Program represents a new, innovative form of protecting human rights in corporate supply chains. Based on Worker-driven Social Responsibility (WSR), the Fair Food Program is devised, monitored and enforced by the very workers whose rights it protects. Described by the UN Working Group on Business and Human Rights as a “groundbreaking model”, this webinar will explore how WSR has transformed the lives of those involved and outline how investors can support the drive to protect the workers in corporate supply chains.

    Confirmed speakers:
    Gerardo Reyes-Chavez, Farmworker Leader, CIW
    Judge Laura Safer Espinoza (Ret), Executive Director, Fair Food Standards Council
    Greg Asbed, Co-founder, CIW
    Mike Musuraca, Strategic Advisor, ESG and Labor & former PRI board member
    Amelia Evans, Executive Director, Institute for Multi-Stakeholder Initiative Integrity
    Moderator: Nabylah Abo Dehman, Manager, Social Issues, PRI
  • TPI Industrial and Materials Webinar Recorded: Mar 1 2021 62 mins
    Beata Bienkowska, Adam Matthews, Vitaliy Komar, Dan Gardiner, Daniela da Costa-Bulthuis and Iancu Daramus
    Join the TPI for a webinar on the Industrial and Materials sectors. The webinar will follow the publication of the Industrial and Materials report which covers companies in aluminium, cement, steel, paper, chemicals and diversified mining sectors. There will be a short introduction about the TPI and our methodology, followed by the presentation of the results. Participants will be able to put their questions to the researchers.

    Speakers confirmed so far:

    Beata Bienkowska, Deputy research and project lead for the Transition Pathway Initiative, Grantham Research Institute
    Adam Matthews, Chair of Transition Pathway Initiative
    Vitaliy Komar, Research Assistant to the Transition Pathway Initiative, Grantham Research Institute
    Daniela da Costa-Bulthuis, Portfolio Manager, Robeco
    Iancu Daramus, Senior Sustainability Analyst, Legal and General Investment Management
  • Accountability in the 2021 Reporting Cycle Recorded: Feb 25 2021 44 mins
    Milja Norberg, Manager Reporting and Accountability, PRI
    Increasing accountability of the PRI as an organisation is one of the focus areas of our 10-year Blueprint for responsible investment. In 2018 the PRI implemented minimum requirements alongside introducing programmes for showcasing leadership. This webinar will cover both the minimum requirements and the Leaders’ Group, including how these have been affected by the introduction of the new Reporting Framework and next steps.

    Speakers include:
    Milja Norberg, Manager Reporting and Accountability, PRI
  • CA100+ Aviation Sector Strategy: How Investors Can Push for Net Zero Aviation Recorded: Feb 18 2021 62 mins
    Marshall Geck (Senior Specialist, Stewardship, Climate Action 100+)
    Climate Action 100+ has released its first sector strategy, with a focus on aviation. The strategy will serve as a major new resource for investors engaging aviation companies on climate change.

    Investors and other stakeholders interested in the aviation sector are invited to attend this webinar, which will provide an overview of the new strategy and a discussion about how aviation companies can achieve net-zero emissions by 2050.

    WEBINAR AGENDA
    • Project background
    • Key findings from the new aviation landscape report and how decarbonisation in the sector can be achieved
    • Introduction to the recommended investor expectation on climate change for aviation companies
    • Case study: American Airlines
    • Q&A

    SPEAKERS
    • Marshall Geck, Senior Specialist, Stewardship (Climate Action 100+)
    • Rhoda Byrne, Chronos Sustainability
    • Jill Blickstein, Head of ESG, American Airlines

    Investor signatories are encouraged to use the new sector strategy to inform their engagements with aviation focus companies and ensure they are implementing robust decarbonisation plans. This is the first in a series of sector strategies Climate Action 100+ is seeking to develop to help investor signatories push for greater ambition from focus companies.

    Learn more about the Climate Action 100+ Aviation Sector Strategy here: https://www.climateaction100.org/approach/sector-strategy-aviation/
  • Science-Based Target Setting on Biodiversity Recorded: Feb 10 2021 63 mins
    The PRI and UNEP FI
    Many companies are already setting climate science based targets (SBTs) to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions. Companies are now also considering nature science based targets in order to operate within planetary boundaries.

    The PRI and UNEP FI are co-hosting this webinar with experts to discuss:
    - What are science based targets for nature?
    - How is a net zero emission target being applied and how does this compare with science based targets for nature?
    - What needs to be considered in a methodology?
    - What are the gaps?
    - How are companies setting biodiversity targets?

    Speakers include:
    Erin Billman, Executive Director, SBTN
    Chris Weber, Technical Director, SBTN
    Helen Crowley, Head of Sustainable Sourcing Innovation, Kering
    Bouke de Vries, Lead Rabobank Climate Program, Advisor to the Board on Public Affairs, Rabobank
    Annick Paradis, Executive Director, Pollination Group
    Moderated by Gemma James, Head of Environmental Issues, PRI
  • Climate Reporting in the 2021 PRI Reporting Cycle Recorded: Feb 8 2021 43 mins
    Kimberly Gladman Senior Associate, Climate Change, PRI & Irene Diaz, Associate, Reporting and Assessment, 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). Since the 2020 reporting cycle, signatories have been required to report on the climate change indicators on a mandatory basis. In 2021, the indicators related to the strategy and governance recommendations will also be publicly disclosed and part of private assessment, while some ‘plus’ questions based on the TCFD recommendations around risk management and metrics and targets will remain voluntary and non-assessed, with a view to making them ‘core’ in 2022. In this webinar, we will take signatories through the main changes to the PRI reporting requirements on the TCFD-based indicators and how the recommendations can be implemented by signatories on a more practical basis.

    Speakers:
    Kimberly Gladman Senior Associate, Climate Change, PRI
    Irene Diaz, Associate, Reporting and Assessment, PRI
  • Deforestation as a Credit Risk Recorded: Feb 4 2021 62 mins
    PRI
    Deforestation is often discussed because of its impact on carbon dioxide emissions and soil erosion, as well as the destruction of forest habitat and displacement of indigenous communities. Instead, this webinar will look at deforestation from a credit risk perspective, by exploring how it may affect the probability of default of a debt issuer or of an issue, with various participants of the investment chain.

    Speakers:
    Nneka Chike-Obi, Director, Sustainable Finance, Fitch Ratings
    Christopher Stephan Wells, Global Head of Environmental and Social Risk, Santander
    Peter van der Werf, Senior Engagement Specialist, Team Lead Engagement Director, Active Ownership, Robeco
    Moderated by: Gemma James, Head of Environmental Issues and Carmen Nuzzo, Head Fixed Income, PRI
  • Asset Owners’ Role Driving Responsible Investment Through Manager Relationships Recorded: Feb 3 2021 62 mins
    The PRI
    Asset owners sit at the top of the investment chain. This group should feel empowered to work with asset managers on responding to their values, strategies and policies on responsible investment. Yet there seem to be blockages – data, fiduciary concerns and others – and the pressure is growing. Regulators and beneficiaries are increasingly requiring more active asset ownership. A panel of experts will discuss some of these issues and talk through where asset owners can work collaboratively with investment managers through the selection, appointment and monitoring process.

    Speakers:
    Introduction by: Fiona Reynolds, CEO, PRI
    Kirsty Jenkinson, Investment Director, CALSTRS
    Ndabe Mkhize, CIO, Eskom Pension and Provident Fund
    Claudia Bolli, Head of Responsible Investing, Swiss Re
    Moderated by: Toby Belsom, Director, Investment Practices, PRI
  • The 2021 PRI Reporting Cycle: Overview, Update and Q&A Recorded: Feb 2 2021 55 mins
    Senita Galijatovic, Head of Reporting & Accountability, PRI & Lauren Green, Manager Reporting and Accountability, PRI
    After extensive review and consultation with PRI’s signatories, the new 2021 Reporting Framework has been launched with a new, more user friendly reporting platform. Join the PRI webinar on 19 January for an overview on what you need to know in order to prepare for the 2021 reporting cycle, including:
    • A brief introduction to reporting;
    • the changes made to the Reporting Framework for the 2021 reporting cycle;
    • how to access and navigate the new reporting platform

    Speakers:
    Senita Galijatovic, Head of Reporting & Accountability, PRI
    Lauren Green, Manager Reporting and Accountability, PRI
  • The 2021 PRI Reporting Cycle: Overview, Update and Q&A Recorded: Feb 2 2021 54 mins
    Senita Galijatovic, Head of Reporting & Accountability, PRI & Lauren Green, Manager Reporting and Accountability, PRI
    After extensive review and consultation with PRI’s signatories, the new 2021 Reporting Framework has been launched with a new, more user friendly reporting platform. Join the PRI webinar on 19 January for an overview on what you need to know in order to prepare for the 2021 reporting cycle, including:
    • A brief introduction to reporting;
    • the changes made to the Reporting Framework for the 2021 reporting cycle;
    • how to access and navigate the new reporting platform

    Speakers:
    Senita Galijatovic, Head of Reporting & Accountability, PRI
    Lauren Green, Manager Reporting and Accountability, PRI
  • PRI Canada: Fixed Income Deep Dive & New Reporting Insight Recorded: Jan 26 2021 73 mins
    The PRI
    While different from equity investors, who own a share of the entities in which they invest, fixed income investors also play an important role in promoting the responsible investment agenda. Considering ESG factors can enhance risk assessments and as lenders of capital, fixed income investors can contribute to funding more sustainable business and growth models. In analysing the most recent Canadian PRI signatory reporting data, the signatory relations team has identified fixed income as an area of opportunity for 2021. Responsible investing policies and procedures specific to fixed income are not commonplace in Canada and many other markets, though there is a clear trend towards addressing this. Join us to learn more about the great work our fixed income team has been doing, review best practices, and discuss what fixed income reporting looks like in the new reporting framework.
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