Transition Pathway Initiative: State of Transition Summit 2021

Presented by

Arne Staal, Incoming CEO FTSE Russell, Adam Matthews, Chief Responsible Investment Officer, Church of England Pensions Board

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We are pleased to announce the TPI State of Transition Summit 2021 has been rescheduled for Thursday 13 May at 14:30 BST. This is the transition decade, and companies are starting to detail their transition plans whilst investors are committing to net zero targets. Ahead of the major UN climate conference, COP26 Summit to be held in Glasgow, please join the Transition Pathway Initiative (TPI) for the fourth ‘Annual State of the Transition Summit’ to hear what progress has or has not been made. During this webinar we will bring leading global investors together for an open and honest dialogue regarding the current state of transition in the hard to abate sectors of the real economy. The summit will also look into trends across all assessed TPI sectors, including automobiles, airlines, international shipping, diversified mining, paper, chemicals, cement, steel, aluminium, electrical utilities, oil/gas production, and distribution. AGENDA Opening remarks from the moderator Adam Matthews, Chief Responsible Investment Officer, Church of England Pensions Board Opening remarks from our hosts at the LSEG Arne Staal, Incoming CEO of FTSE Russell, Group Head, Indexes and Benchmarks, LSEG Opening Remarks Emma Howard Boyd, Chair of the Environment Agency and UK Board of Trade Annual Presentation of the State of Transition Report Professor Simon Dietz, TPI Director of Research, Grantham Research Institute at the London School of Economics Panel: Investor responses to the report Moderator: Adam Matthews Adriana Carvallo, Senior Analyst, Norges Bank Investment Management (NBIM) Thibaud Clisson, Senior ESG Analyst, BNP Paribas Trish Halper, Deputy Chief Investment Officer, Wespath Investment Management Bess Joffe, Head of Responsible Investment, Church Commissioners for England Panel: The Future of TPI Moderator: Adam Matthews John Howchin, Secretary-General of the Council of Ethics, Swedish National Pension Funds
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