WFF US: ESG Investing Panel Series- Panel 2

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WFF US: ESG Investing Panel Series- Panel 2

Join us for the second panel in the ESG Investing Panel series on Thursday, January 28.

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Virtual Call EST New York, 10018

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About this event

In 2020, “ESG” or Sustainable Investing came into its own, often dominating the conversation as billions in investible capital moved into these strategies.

But what does ESG or Sustainable Investing really mean? Is it risk management, fundamental business analysis, a PR strategy, an alpha generator, a moral imperative, a cost-saver, all of the above? How does one navigate the alphabet soup of frameworks and the stew of buzz words? How are investment vehicles being shaped or reshaped to fit the new demands? How are lenders and other financiers responding to the proliferation of new products and ventures claiming some form of ESG strategy? How are these new funds and projects being assessed and their performance measured?

WFF is kicking 2021 off with 2 panels aimed at exploring these issues and others. Additional panels may be added to the series in coming months to address audience concerns and the rapidly evolving landscape. Both panels will provide an opportunity for Q&A.

Panel Two:

Panel 2 will focus on investor expectations and perspectives and the product landscape: private investment, loan products, green/blue/social bonds, equity, and blended capital.

Speakers in the Panel Series

Moderated by: Shari Siegel – Ranieri Partners

Confirmed speakers include:

  • Elizabeth Boggs-Davidsen – United Nations Development Programme
  • Vicki Du – Standard Chartered Bank
  • Deniz Harut - Standard Chartered Bank
  • Jonathan Harvey - Investec
  • Ann Knox- Mayer Brown
  • Stephany Lapierre – Teal Book
  • Sheila Peluso- Cerberus
  • Yesenia Scheker-Izquierdo – KPMG
  • Elizabeth Seeger- KKR
  • Melisa Simic – APG