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RI Europe 2017

London

 

Date and Time

Tuesday June 6-Wednesday June 7, 2017
9:00 am-5:00 pm British Summer Time


Location

London


Topics

#Financial Services


BSR is a partner of RI Europe 2017, Europe’s leading long-term sustainable business and finance conference hosted by Responsible Investor on 6-7 June in London. 

2017 marks the 10th anniversary of the conference which will provide:

  • Bigger and even better networking opportunities
  • Top-level conference agenda and speakers
  • An exclusive RI Gala Dinner and Awards evening for asset owners and asset managers in ESG investing and reporting

More than 600 attendees are expected to attend over the two days, including representatives from pension funds, insurance funds, family offices, endowments, foundations, investment consultants, corporates, government representatives, regulators, SRI associations, asset managers, research agencies, index providers, and data vendors.

Confirmed speakers for RI Europe 2017 include:

  • Nick Moakes, Managing Partner, Investments, Wellcome Trust
  • Philippe Desfosses, Chief Executive Officer, ERAFP
  • Peter Damgaard Jensen, Chief Executive Officer, PKA
  • Nick Moakes, Managing Partner, Investments, Wellcome Trust
  • James Featherby, Chair, Church of England Ethical Investment Advisory Group
  • Eli Ane Lund, Head of Secretariat, Council on Ethics for the Norwegian Government Pension Fund Global

For any further inquiries, email events@responsible-investor.com or visit the RI Europe 2017 website for registration information. Register here.

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