ESG data and consistent regulations - Richard Mattison | Ethical Finance 2019

ESG data and consistent regulations - Richard Mattison | Ethical Finance 2019

Richard Mattison form Trucost (S&P) talks of his experience working on the EU sustainable finance action plan and the need of quality data from companies when assessing sustainable benchmarks.

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Ethical Finance 2019 (EF2019) was organised by the Global Ethical Finance Initiative (GEFI) which oversees, organises and coordinates a series of programmes to promote finance for positive change.

With the Bank of England recognising climate change as a core financial risk, the proliferation of the UN SDGs and the ongoing dichotomy for asset managers wrestling with the social impact versus economic return conundrum; the financial system is undergoing material transformational challenge.

Together with UNDP and the Scottish Government, GEFI brought 350 of the world’s foremost business, political, civic and social leaders to Edinburgh on the 8th & 9th of October 2019 to network, share, co-develop and shape a fairer, more sustainable financial system capable of delivering positive change.

Ethical Finance will take place on the 6th & 7th of October 2020 in Edinburgh. For details and tickets, please visit ethicalfinance2020.com.

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Do we need to take a broader view of fiduciary responsibility? Amy Clarke | Ethical Finance 2019

Do we need to take a broader view of fiduciary responsibility? Amy Clarke | Ethical Finance 2019

Tribe Impact Capital’s Amy Clarke speaks about fiduciary responsibility and delivering a client’s financial as well as social or environmental aspirations.

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What can we do to rethink responsible investment? - Amy Clarke | Ethical Finance 2019

What can we do to rethink responsible investment? - Amy Clarke | Ethical Finance 2019

Tribe Impact Capital’s Amy Clarke talks about bespoke measures of success for clients and reconnecting people with their wealth. She also speaks about the limitations of ESGs and the leadership role the finance sector must adopt.

#GEFI

#EthicalFinance2019

Ethical Finance 2019 (EF2019) was organised by the Global Ethical Finance Initiative (GEFI) which oversees, organises and coordinates a series of programmes to promote finance for positive change.

With the Bank of England recognising climate change as a core financial risk, the proliferation of the UN SDGs and the ongoing dichotomy for asset managers wrestling with the social impact versus economic return conundrum; the financial system is undergoing material transformational challenge.

Together with UNDP and the Scottish Government, GEFI brought 350 of the world’s foremost business, political, civic and social leaders to Edinburgh on the 8th & 9th of October 2019 to network, share, co-develop and shape a fairer, more sustainable financial system capable of delivering positive change.

Ethical Finance will take place on the 6th & 7th of October 2020 in Edinburgh. For details and tickets, please visit ethicalfinance2020.com.

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Azman Mokhtar on financial, economic and societal values - Ethical Finance 2019

Azman Mokhtar on financial, economic and societal values - Ethical Finance 2019

Azman Mokhtar talks about how the importance of financial, economic and societal value in sovereign wealth funds is not a new thing.


Embedding ethics into business culture - Dame Susan Rice | Ethical Finance 2019

Embedding ethics into business culture - Dame Susan Rice | Ethical Finance 2019

Dame Susan Rice gives 3 thoughts on how to embed ethics and sustainability into business culture, from personal responsibility to getting past the abstraction of numbers in this highlight from the Ethical FInance 2019 summit in Edinburgh.


Ethical Finance 2019 - Words of Welcome

Ethical Finance 2019 - Words of Welcome

A brief summary of the trends in ethical finance, and a call to action for those inside the room and beyond. GEFI Managing Director Omar Shaikh welcomes delegates to the Ethical Finance 2019 conference in Edinburgh and sets out the agenda for the 2-day event, arguing that “finance can, and indeed must, be a tool for positive change.”