Responsible investing approaches that aim to meet various environmental, social, and governance (ESG) criteria were already a growing force before 2020, but they are proving to be even more critical with the emergence of the global Covid-19 crisis. Systemic risks are evolving, and as we’ve learned, the next crisis may well be unforeseen by investors. Yet attention to ESG factors may contribute to more resilient portfolios and to future-focused approaches that are better prepared to meet paradigm shifts head-on.
The Financial Times, in partnership with PineBridge Investments, is bringing together public policy and institutional investor experts to discuss ESG investing in a new normal, including:
- Balancing the evolving needs of customers, investors, employees, and society at large to promote better investment outcomes
- Assessing the most critical ESG factors across markets and sectors
- The methodologies industries are using to quantify outcomes and mitigate risks
- How investors can embrace a more active approach to drive progress
Join our live webinar to examine the evolution of ESG and its impact across markets and investment portfolios.