Refinitiv Sustainability Perspectives Podcast
Climate Risk Integration: Regulation, Disclosure and Pivotal Trends | Climate Week 2020
Season 2, Ep. 39
What are the most critical trends that ESG investors should know about when it comes to integrating climate risk? To mark the 2020 Climate Week, we met to discuss the regulatory landscape, challenges related to the disclosure requirements, and opportunities to tap into here and now. Tune in to hear from Sarah Bratton, Head of Sustainability North America at Schroders Investment Management, and Elena Philipova, Refinitiv’s Global Head of ESG.
Institutional Investors Can Help Bring Ethnic & Racial Diversity to Corporate Boards
Season 2, Ep. 38
Ethnic and racial diversity on corporate boards boosts the performance. But how can investors make better-informed decisions in this space and maintain the dialog while driving positive change? Tune into our interview with Sudhir Roc-Sennett, Head of ESG at Vontobel Quality Growth - a boutique of Vontobel Asset Management.Learn about measuring Diversity & Inclusion with Refinitiv's ESG data - https://www.refinitiv.com/en/financial-data/indices/diversity-and-inclusion-index
Handling Shipping Risks: the Mauritius Oil Spill Disaster & Lessons for Sustainable Investors
Season 2, Ep. 37
What are the key implications of the recent Mauritius Oil Spill Disaster? And how to manage the shipping risks associated with events of this kind? Hear fromJeanett Bergan, Head of Responsible Investments at the Norwegian pension fund KLP.
Top 6 Tips For Effective and Impactful ESG Marketing
Season 2, Ep. 36
What are the key strategies for financial advisors looking to market their ESG offerings? Discover 6 tips and tricks for sustainable and effective ESG marketing - explore our interview with Paul Ellis, Impact Investing Marketing & Social Media Consultant & Founder of The Sustainable Finance Podcast.
Spatial Finance: Using Geospatial Data to Promote Sustainable Development
Season 2, Ep. 35
'Spatial finance’, where geospatial data is integrated into financial theory and practice, creates numerous opportunities for responsible investors and strives to increase transparency within the financial system for practitioners and data providers alike. How can we harness the opportunities that geospatial data brings?Tune into our interview with Christophe Christiaen, Sustainable Finance Lead at Satellite Applications Catapult and Dr. Matthew McCarten, Spatial Finance Lead at the University of Oxford Sustainable Finance Program.
ESG Monthly: 3 Key Trends to Follow in August'20
Season 2, Ep. 34
What are the 3 key themes in sustainable finance you should know about in August 2020? Tune into our monthly recap episode with Dr. Barnabas Acs, Refinitiv's Sales Strategy & Execution Director, Investment & Advisory.
Sustainable Finance in the Emerging Markets: Key Opportunities & Tips for ESG Investors
Season 2, Ep. 33
As much as we try, we can’t overcome the climate crisis without paying attention to one area: the emerging markets, which collectively account for about ½ of the global Greenhouse Gas emissions. Tune into our interview with Dazzle Bhujwala, Director of Investor Network at Ceres, to learn about the key opportunities and challenges that ESG investors interested in the emerging markets should know about.
Moving Forward With Transition Finance: Your 360° Overview
Season 2, Ep. 32
Can transition finance become the key driver of the global decarbonization efforts? What are the main market movements and challenges surrounding this concept? Will we see growth in transition bonds issuance? Tune into our interview with Sean Kidney, Co-founder and CEO, Climate Bonds Initiative, and Leon Saunders, Refinitiv's Head of Sustainable Finance, to learn more.
Bespoke ESG Materiality Data vs. Broad ESG data: Why We Need Both?
Season 2, Ep. 31
Materiality is one of the most critical aspects of ESG for many investors. The key question is whether investors should only look at those ESG issues that are material for a given company or consider a broad set of ESG factors that are comparable across businesses? Learn more in our interview with Meg Starr, the Global Head of Impact at The Carlyle Group.