PRI-TIIP presents: A framework for a sustainable financial system

PRI_TIIP_Mar_29On March 29, 2017, as part of the PRI’s 10-year Responsible Investment Blueprint, we co-hosted an event in New York with the PRI to launch their Sustainable Financial System program.

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About the program:

The Sustainable Financial System (SFS) program aims to bridge the gap between the financial system of today and the sustainable financial system of tomorrow. The SFS program will address the risk and challenges that undermine financial system sustainability by putting in place a series of steps that will lead to change – with a particular focus on institutional investors and the intermediated investment chain.

Ahead of the event, PRI spoke with our CEO Steve Lydenberg and President and COO Bill Burckart. Click here to read the Q&A.

AGENDA

4:00pm Registration
4:30pm Welcome
Sara Furber, Head of Listings, IEX
4:35pm Opening remarks
Anna Snider, Head of Due Diligence for the Chief Investment Office within Global Wealth & Investment Management, Bank of America
4:45pm PRI – Aligning the financial system with sustainable equitable economies
Nathan Fabian, Director of Policy and Research, PRI
5:10pm TIIP – Integrating portfolio decisions with global environmental, societal, and financial systems
William Burckart, President and COO, TIIP
Steve Lydenberg, CEO and Founder, TIIP
5:35pm Questions and discussions with PRI and TIIP
Moderated by Chris Fowle, Associate Director, Americas, Global Networks & Outreach, PRI
6:25pm Closing remarks from PRI & TIIP
6:30pm Reception:
Carole Liable, CEO, Domini Impact Investments
Thomas Kuh, Head of ESG Indexes, MSCI

TIIP would like to thank PRI and IEX for hosting the event.

TIIP would like to thank Domini Impact Investments and MSCI for hosting the reception.

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