Gain cross-border perspectives on how leading institutional investors are addressing the implications of climate change at our special event.

Climate change is an increasingly important and complex risk factor that will impact every investor globally. As financial institutions embark on their individual decarbonization journeys, it is imperative that key decision-makers ensure their investment portfolios and strategies remain robust and resilient amidst a wide range of potential climate change-related transition, physical and market risks and implications.

As investors worldwide gather in Toronto for this year’s 16th annual PRI-in person conference, we would be delighted if you could join for a special evening pre-event* on Monday, October 7.

Here, you will have the opportunity to hear from prominent financial institutions across the UK, European, Asia-Pacific and North American regions on their approaches to addressing the challenges and implications of climate change on their investment portfolio.

Our panelists will be sharing their cross-border insights on the following topics:

  • How are asset owners assessing and analyzing potential short and longer-term financial market implications 
  • The top-down vs bottom-up approach – should one prevail over the other? 
  • Are asset owners and managers overlooking the underlying opportunities and focusing too much on risks? 
  • Best practices in adhering to climate change-related financial disclosures 

The panel discussion will be followed by networking drinks where guests will be able to connect and engage with their industry peers from around the world.

Confirmed panelists – more to be announced soon

  • Deborah Ann-Trott – Risk Officer, United Nations Staff Joint Pension Fund
  • Claire Curtin – Head of ESG & Sustainability, Pension Protection Fund 
  • Richard Boyce (Moderator) – Ortec Finance 

More panelists will be announced over the coming months, and registrations will open at the end of July. Follow us on LinkedIn to receive further updates.

*Please note that this is event is not affiliated with or endorsed by the PRI association.

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