Tuesday 18 June 2019, 08:30 - 12:10
|Tuesday, June 18, 2019|
ESG integration for privately held assets requires a different approach from public markets. This session explores how best to overcome challenges around lack of public ESG data and how ESG can be successfully integrated into asset classes such as farmland, timber, commodities, real estate, impact strategies and private debt.
Evolving Best Practices for Embedding Systemic Climate Related Risks and Opportunities into Financial Investment Analysis
Climate change is recognised as a systemic driver of financial risks. This poses new challenges for investors. What is the impact of various global warming pathways on forward-looking financial risks and returns on different sectors, regions and risk drivers? And, what does this mean for your holistic objectives and risk appetite? During this session, Ortec Finance will show the best practices for embedding climate related risks and opportunities into financial planning and risk analysis.
For long-term listed equity investors it makes sense to integrate UN-SDG as part of their core equity portfolios. Challenges come in the form of data, taxonomy, and suitability for equity investment decisions. This session will examine the approach to creating an SDG-aligned Core Equity strategy that leverages an understanding of methodological details, raw data, and quantitative techniques
Fixed income comprises just 20% of sustainable and responsible investments, suggesting substantial room for growth. Fulfilling the potential in the responsible fixed income space - including impact investing/green bonds - requires comprehensive and scalable research capable of generating competitive financial results from a large issuer universe. Examine how to fully exploit opportunities in today’s issuer universe, where ESG fixed-income research needs equal sophistication in both qualitative and quantitative approaches.
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