Thriving in the rapidly evolving US sustainable finance landscape

Responsible Investor USA 2022 is the 14th annual conference focusing on sustainable business and finance issues in North America. This year, we are back in person in New York to discuss sustainable finance developments and industry best practices.

Gain insights from those leading the sustainable finance drive in the US on topical ESG themes including regulation, human rights, biodiversity, net zero, and more.

Join over 400 top-level corporates and investment professionals for two days of networking at the must-attend event to learn, share, and debate ESG opportunities and challenges.

Reasons to attend

Get real insight into the industry

RI USA’s program gets straight to the point on what sustainability means for business and investment in the real world. We ask the right questions and deliver the answers.

Build a long-lasting network

Our event attracts stakeholders from across the sustainable finance industry. Network in-person at our workshops, panels, private breakfasts, debates, and evening drinks reception.

Meet institutional investors

Hear from investors honing their sustainable finance strategy and creating real impact. Past investor speakers include CalPERS, CalSTRS, Chicago Teacher’s Pension Fund,
Seattle City Employees’ Retirement System, Caisse de Dépôt et Placement du Québec (CDPQ), Office of the New York City Comptroller, and many more.

Connect with responsible investment investors

African Development Bank
AGF Investments
Alberta Investment Management Corporation
Allegra Wealth
Allianz Global Investors
Allstate Investments
Alphinity investments
AMP Capital
Atlantic Bank
Aviva Canada
AXA Investment Managers
Axia Real Assets
Baillie Gifford
Banister & Company
Bank of America
Bank of Canada
Banque Nationale Investissements
BC Pension Corp
BHP Foundation
BMO Global Asset Management
BNP Paribas
British Columbia Investment Management Corporation (BCI)
Brookfield Asset Management Inc.
Brookfield Properties
BTG Pactual
Canada Climate Law Initiative
Canada Life
Canada Post Corporation Pension Plan
Canadian Institute for Climate Choices
Capstone Infrastructure

Speakers include:

Key themes

•  Acclimating to SEC disclosure: What are the implications and risks of ESG reporting for asset managers and asset owners?

•  Increasing demand for ESG data: What are the best practices for ESG measurement and management?

•  Operationalizing net-zero commitments: What role will new technologies, renewables, and carbon offsets play in the transition to net-zero?

•  The role of politics in sustainable finance: How will net-zero agendas and targets evolve with political fluctuations?

•  Managing physical and transition risk: How can investors quantify, manage and adapt to growing climate-related risks to assets and portfolios?

•  Navigating global regulatory differences: How will the regulatory landscape evolve amidst standardization debates?

•  Hydrogen, carbon capture, electrification, natural capital and beyond: What are the best sustainable investment opportunities today and what are key barriers to scale for emerging climate solutions?

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For more information on speaking in 2022, please contact Alistair Drennan. | +44 (0)20 3307 2474

David Bennell

Principal, VCA LLC

David Bennell is a leading ESG and Sustainability management professional with 25 years of experience with corporations and investors, as well as many of the world’s top NGOs and philanthropic foundations. He is an investor and limited partner in a d… Read full bio

Tony Campos

Head of Sustainable Investment, Americas, FTSE Russell, An LSEG Business

Tony leads the SI business and product development in the Americas region, working closely with FTSE Russell’s asset manager and asset owner clients. Tony joined the company in 2004 and prior to his current role managed the global ESG research and en… Read full bio

Christa Clapp

Co-Founder and Managing Partner, CICERO Shades of Green

Christa Clapp is a co-founder and Managing Partner of CICERO Shades of Green Ltd., a global leader in green ratings for bonds and other financial products, and a subsidiary of the climate research institute CICERO. She previously was the research dir… Read full bio

Hugo Dubourg

Co-Head of ESG Research – EMEA Equity, J. P. Morgan Bank

Hugo Dubourg is Co-Head of ESG Research – EMEA Equity, a role he has held since February 2020. Hugo has worked in corporate governance and sustainability for ten years, with previous roles include Research Analyst at Exane, Corporate Government Analy… Read full bio

Anita Dorett

Director, Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility, Investor Alliance for Human Rights

Anita Dorett has been working with the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR) and the Investor Alliance for Human Rights (an initiative of ICCR) since August 2018 on human rights programs. As Program Director for the Investor Alliance f… Read full bio

Robert Eccles

Professor, Saïd Business School - University of Oxford

Robert is the world's foremost expert on integrated reporting and a leader on how companies and investors can create sustainable strategies. He was previously a tenured Professor and Professor of Management Practice at Harvard Business School. He is… Read full bio

Lisa Eichler

Director Strategy & Markets, Climate & ESG Solutions, Ortec Finance

Lisa Eichler, Director Strategy & Markets, Climate & ESG Solutions at Ortec Finance, dedicating her efforts to mainstreaming climate change and broader sustainability topics across the investment decision process by integrating scientific dat… Read full bio

Danielle Fugere

President & Chief Counsel, As You Sow

Danielle Fugere, President & Chief Counsel, leads As You Sow’s program teams in creating lasting social and environmental change through shareholder advocacy and legal initiatives. She brings an in-depth knowledge of clean energy, sustainability,… Read full bio

Lucy Fitzgeorge-Parker

Editor, Responsible Investor

Lucy Fitzgeorge-Parker began her career as a banker before moving into journalism in 2003. She took over as editor of Responsible Investor in April after leaving Euromoney, where she worked for 13 years covering emerging markets and sustainable finan… Read full bio

Hana Heineken

Senior Attorney, Climate Financial Strategies, Center for International Environmental Law (CIEL)

Hana Heineken (she/her) is a Senior Attorney at the Center for International Environmental Law. Her work focuses primarily on holding financial institutions accountable for their climate impacts. Prior to joining CIEL, Hana was a Senior Campaigner on… Read full bio

Andrew Howell

Director of Investor Influence, Environmental Defense Fund (EDF)

Andrew Howell is Director of Investor Influence at EDF, where he is responsible for engaging with the investor community to help accelerate the energy transition. He works on a range of sectors including oil & gas, petrochemicals, transportation… Read full bio

Matthew Illian

Director of Responsible Investing, United Church Funds

Matthew Illian is Director of Responsible Investing at United Church Funds which is a financial ministry related to the United Church of Christ. In this position Matthew oversees social and environmental shareholder advocacy work, proxy voting and in… Read full bio

Annie Chor Joyce

Managing Director, Head of ESG, US, Amundi US

Annie Chor Joyce is a Managing Director, Head of ESG for Amundi US. She is responsible for the ESG strategy for the US market and US ESG expertise exported to overseas markets. Joyce has a decade and a half of experience in the financial markets and… Read full bio

Sam Jones

President and Co-Founder, Heartland Initiative

Sam Jones is president and co-founder of Heartland Initiative, where he leads the organization's programs to assess and address human rights risks associated with business activities in conflict-affected and high-risk areas (CAHRA). He specializes in… Read full bio

Diana Kearney

Senior Legal and Shareholder Advocacy Advisor, Oxfam America

Diana Kearney is Senior Legal and Shareholder Advocacy Advisor at Oxfam America, where she leads the organization’s shareholder proposal activities across the pharmaceutical, agribusiness, tech and extractive sectors. She also supports Oxfam’s engage… Read full bio

Gloria Kim

Head of ESG North America, J. P. Morgan Bank

Gloria Kim is a Managing Director at JPMorgan, where she joined in 1997. She is the Head of the Global Index Research Group, which is responsible for the development, strategy, marketing, and overall management of developed and emerging markets indic… Read full bio

Martina Macpherson

Head of ESG Product Management, SIX Group

Martina is Head of ESG Product Management Financial Information for SIX – the Exchange Group that operates the Swiss and Spanish Stock Exchanges. She is a senior financial services strategy, product and engagement expert and board member, with a deep… Read full bio

Shahnawaz Malik

Head of ESG, CFA, Long-Term Stock Exchange, CFA

Shahnawaz Malik is the ‘Head of Sustainable Investment Strategies’ at the Long-Term Stock Exchange (LTSE), an SEC-registered national securities exchange built for companies and investors who share a long-term vision. Shahnawaz leads the company's fo… Read full bio

Patience Marime-Ball

Founder & CEO, Women of the World Endowment

Patience Marime-Ball has dedicated her career to finding ways to use the levers of finance to create a more equal world. A seasoned investor, she has worked alongside investment leaders across the globe to catalyze investment in undercapitalized comm… Read full bio

Aeisha Mastagni

Portfolio Manager, Sustainable Investment & Stewardship Strategies, CalSTRS

Aeisha Mastagni is a Portfolio Manager within the Sustainable Investment & Stewardship Strategies Unit of the California State Teachers’ Retirement System (CalSTRS), the nation’s largest teacher retirement fund. She is responsible for working wit… Read full bio

Ryan McQueeney

Analyst, Sustainable Investment Stewardship, Wespath Benefits and Investments

As a sustainable investment stewardship analyst, Ryan supports the investment stewardship and engagement activities of Wespath and its subsidiaries, including pursuing opportunities that align with sustainable business practices and long-term investo… Read full bio

Eric Pedersen

Head of Responsible Investments, Nordea

Eric Pedersen is the Head of Responsible Investments at Nordea Asset Management. He serves on the Danish Corporate Governance Committee, and was a member of the Finance Denmark Forum for Sustainable Finance. Eric holds an M.A. in Economics from the U… Read full bio

Steven Rothstein

Managing Director, Ceres Accelerator for Sustainable Capital Markets, Ceres

Steven M. Rothstein is the founding Managing Director of the Ceres Accelerator for Sustainable Capital Markets. Ceres Accelerator aims to transform the practices and policies that govern capital markets in order to accelerate reduction of the worst f… Read full bio

Bella Tonkonogy

Director, Climate Policy Initiative

Bella Tonkonogy is U.S. Director at Climate Policy Initiative, an analysis and advisory international non-profit organization working at the nexus of finance and policy for climate change. She oversees research and new initiatives across CPI’s climat… Read full bio

John Willis

Director of Research, Planet Tracker

John has over 30 years of experience in the financial industry having worked in a variety of roles including research, portfolio management and trading. He has also had management roles on both the buy-side and sell-side. Prior to joining Planet Trac… Read full bio

Josh Zinner

Chief Executive Officer, Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility

As ICCR’s Chief Executive Officer since January 2016, Josh Zinner oversees programs and operations for the organization, and is the lead external organizational representative. Josh has more than 25 years’ experience as a non-profit leader, coalition… Read full bio

Heidi Welsh

Founding Executive Director, Sustainable Investments Institute (Si2)

Heidi Welsh, executive director of the Sustainable Investments Institute (Si2), has analyzed corporate responsibility since 1987. Si2 is supported mainly by subscriptions from large institutional investors. Starting at the Investor Responsibility Res… Read full bio

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The Responsible Investor USA conference will take place on 6-7 December 2022, all timings are in Eastern Standard Time (UTC-5).

For more information on the agenda, please contact Alistair Drennan. | +44 (0)20 3307 2474

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RI USA 2022 - Tuesday 6th December - Tuesday 6th

Day one – Tuesday 6th December
08:00 - 08:50


08:50 - 09:00

Welcome remarks from Responsible Investor

09:30 - 10:20

Towards net zero: Marking the finance industry’s scorecard

  • Two years on from the first net zero pledges, is implementation matching expectations?
  • Which parts of the financial sector are emerging as leaders and laggards on net zero?
  • Is sufficient progress being made on setting near-term targets?
  • Is there a danger that net zero commitments prevent necessary funding of company transitions and the retirement of dirty assets?
  • Has GFANZ promoted productive collaboration between financial actors or encouraged a lowest common denominator approach?
  • How important is a supportive political environment for maintaining the momentum behind net zero?
10:20 - 11:10

Navigating the political backlash against ESG

Steven Rothstein, Josh Zinner
  • How big a threat is the anti-ESG backlash to progress in the US?
  • How should investors and asset managers navigate such a polarized political landscape?
  • Can ESG become a non-partisan topic? If so, how and where is the common ground?
  • Has the Inflation Reduction Act helped to shift the political debate on climate?
  • Given the politicization of ESG, should corporate political influence – particularly at the state level – come under greater scrutiny by investors?
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Steven Rothstein

Managing Director, Ceres Accelerator for Sustainable Capital Markets, Ceres

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Josh Zinner

Chief Executive Officer, Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility

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11:10 - 11:40

Coffee & Networking

11:40 - 12:30

What will the SEC’s climate disclosure rules mean for the financial sector?

  • Will the proposed climate disclosure rules meet the requirements of investors?
  • Scope 3 emissions: mandatory requirement or laudable ambition?
  • How will/should the SEC climate disclosure rules interact with the ISSB’s standards?
  • Human capital disclosure: what should the SEC consider as it updates this rule?
  • How vulnerable is the SEC’s climate agenda to political interference?
12:30 - 13:15

Integrating diversity, equity, and inclusion into investment decisions

  • How are asset owners collaborating with asset managers to institutionalise and codify diversity across their portfolios?
  • Civil Rights Audits: who is using them, and how are they being used?
  • Are corporates leading on social matters? Have investors been vocal enough?
  • Are we paying as much attention to social washing as we are to greenwashing?
13:15 - 14:30


Stream A - Climate risk
14:30 - 15:15

Assessing corporate transition plans

  • How are investors assessing corporate transition plans? What are the hallmarks of credibility?
  • Are companies struggling with measuring and defining net zero, and is this creating hesitancy towards signing up to certain pledges and initiatives?
  • Should investors benchmark climate strategies of listed companies against other firms in the same sectors
  • Should strategies be confirmed as science-based before they are endorsed by investors?
  • Are net zero pledges useful or do they give a false sense of progress?
15:15 - 16:00

Managing physical and transition risk to portfolios

Lisa Eichler
  • Which is more challenging to assess in the context of portfolios, physical or transition risk?
  • How do longer investment horizons affect the materiality of climate-related risks?
  • How good is corporate disclosure on location of significant assets? How does this impact assessment of physical risk exposure?
  • How will transition risks materialise, suddenly or gradually? How can investors prepare for them / model them?
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Lisa Eichler

Director Strategy & Markets, Climate & ESG Solutions, Ortec Finance

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Stream B - Data, ratings and reporting
14:30 - 15:15

Exploring the global disclosure landscape

Bella Tonkonogy
  • What are the strengths and weaknesses of the US climate disclosure rules compared with those being developed in the EU?
  • Interoperable or insoluble: how will the ISSB, CSRD and SEC rules interact?
  • What is the difference between an enterprise value approach and a ‘double materiality’ one in practice?
  • Which other global reporting initiatives will impact investors and asset owners in the US?
  • Will the developing disclosure landscape reduce the reporting burden on firms?
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Bella Tonkonogy

Director, Climate Policy Initiative

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15:15 - 16:00

The ESG ratings debate

  • Sustainability indices: understanding inherent contradictions and loopholes
  • What does S&P’s decision to drop Tesla from its ESG index say about the validity or utility of ESG ratings?
  • Is there a case for mandatory disaggregation of ESG ratings into their E, S and G components?
  • Is convergence of ESG ratings desirable?
  • Should corporate political activity be part of ESG ratings assessments?
  • Are controversy scores an efficient measure of S performance?
Stream C - Banking and capital markets
14:30 - 15:15

Growth and maturity of the US ESG-labelled bond market

Christa Clapp
  • What has a year of rising interest rates and other external pressures taught us about the ESG bond market?
  • How can investors, regulators and issuers ensure the quality of ESG debt as fears of greenwashing grow?
  • How are US municipal issuers looking at the ESG bond market? Are municipal bonds suffering from a lack of third-party assurance?
  • What might prevent the further mainstreaming of ESG-labelled bonds?
  • How do we measure and evaluate the ambition of Sustainably Linked Bonds (SLBs)?
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Christa Clapp

Co-Founder and Managing Partner, CICERO Shades of Green

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15:15 - 16:00

Banking on net zero

  • How can investors encourage US banks to make more meaningful progress on net zero commitments?
  • How should investors assess banks’ net zero strategies and methodologies?
  • What will a national green bank mean for the US banking sector?
  • Are banks doing enough to green their retail and SME businesses?
  • Is it realistic to expect banks to take the lead on ending fossil fuel funding?
16:00 - 16:30

Networking break

Stream A - Climate risk
16:30 - 17:15

Adaptation finance: challenges and opportunities

  • Has the focus on mitigation and climate risk led to investors overlooking the need for adaptation finance?
  • What opportunities does adaptation finance present for investors?
  • What are the challenges for the private sector of financing adaptation?
Stream B - Data, ratings and reporting
16:30 - 17:15

The future of ESG data

  • Where do conventional ESG datasets miss the full picture?
  • What role should policymakers and service providers each play in increasing the quality, availability and comparability of ESG data?
  • Working with third-party data companies: what are the best practices for asset managers?
  • What are the key challenges in obtaining and analyzing supply chain data?
  • Which new data sources and technology are potentially most useful for investors?
  • Should ESG data providers be subject to regulation?
Stream C - Banking and capital markets
16:30 - 17:15

Voluntary carbon markets and the energy transition

  • What role should carbon offsets play in corporate transition plans?
  • Will voluntary carbon markets be able to meet corporate demand for offsets?
  • Does it make sense to try to commoditise carbon credits?
  • Are investors undertaking sufficient engagement with corporates on the use of carbon offsets?
  • What are the key attributes of high-quality carbon credits?
  • What are the challenges and opportunities for investors of participating directly in voluntary carbon markets?
17:15 - 18:30

Networking drinks reception

18:30 - 19:00

End of conference


RI USA 2022 - Wednesday 7th December - Wednesday 7th

Day Two – Wednesday 7th December
08:15 - 09:00

Asset Owners breakfast

Stream A - Social & political issues
09:00 - 09:45

Intersections between the corporate and political spheres

  • How are companies to respond to a political agenda which is incongruent with their own values on DEI and climate change?
  • Tracking corporate political spending and lobbying: how can we acquire more data on corporate political influence?
  • With only half of US states mandating political spending disclosure, how can we encourage voluntary disclosure?
  • Court rulings: what are the associated risks with companies getting involved in matters such as reproductive healthcare rights?
  • Could greater corporate vocalization invite ‘retributory’ political interference and regulatory risk?
09:45 - 10:30

How can responsible investors take on Big Tech?

Sam Jones
  • Is Big Tech’s prominence in ESG indices appropriate given the sector’s social impact and lack of accountability?
  • How valuable was Meta’s human rights audit and has it sent a precedent for the sector?
  • What tools can investors use to influence companies with dual class share structures?
  • Should investors shift their focus to tech firms’ clients?
  • Are investors doing enough to address Big Tech’s global impact?
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Sam Jones

President and Co-Founder, Heartland Initiative

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Stream B - Stewardship & engagement
09:00 - 09:45

Deep dive workshop: Innovations in asset owner ESG and investment stewardship practices

  • How do you structure engagement?
  • What are the key escalation points and when do you utilise them?
  • How do you reward progress while maintain pressure?
  • How do you monitor and hold investment managers to account for their engagement activities?
  • Which is more important with engagement: quality or quantity?
  • When is the right time to vote against directors?
09:45 - 10:30

A look ahead to the 2023 proxy season

Diana Kearney, Ryan McQueeney
  • What are the key issues for the 2023 proxy season?
  • With the number of shareholder proposals expanding massively, what’s going to happen moving forward?
  • Can we expect to see a trend towards director voting in the US as we have in Europe?
  • Is it appropriate for a shareholder proposal to ask for action or should disclosure be the focus?
  • Will the new climate disclosure rules reduce the number of shareholder proposals asking for the disclosure of greenhouse gas emissions and climate transition plans?
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Diana Kearney

Senior Legal and Shareholder Advocacy Advisor, Oxfam America

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Ryan McQueeney

Analyst, Sustainable Investment Stewardship, Wespath Benefits and Investments

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Stream C - Investment frontiers
09:00 - 09:45

How should investors allocate more to emerging markets?

  • What role can investors most usefully play in promoting energy transition and the achievement of the SDGs in EM?
  • Does increasing ESG integration risk deterring capital flows to EM?
  • Can blended finance help alleviate political and currency risk in EM investments?
  • What else can policymakers do to ensure investment goes to the regions and sectors that need it most?
09:45 - 10:30

Trends in ESG litigation

  • Is ESG-related litigation becoming financially material to investors?
  • How are investors using litigation as an active ownership tool?
  • Is ESG issues-based litigation undermining the growth of sustainable finance or making it more robust?
  • Which areas of litigation (climate, biodiversity, social) pose the biggest risks for investors in 2023?
10:30 - 11:15

Networking break

Stream A - Social & political issues
11:15 - 12:00

Applying the Just Transition to an investment strategy

  • What does Just Transition mean in a US context?
  • What can investors do to address the social issues raised by corporate transition plans?
  • What role can and should the financial sector play in ensuring a Just Transition?
  • Will there be opportunities associated with the Just Transition, or only costs?
Stream B - Stewardship & engagement
11:15 - 12:00

Engaging with big emitters: what can we learn from the Exxon campaign?

  • Is Engine No 1’s successful campaign the benchmark for meaningful engagement with the energy sector?
  • Is focusing on directors the most effective way to challenge companies on climate change?
  • How do you balance stick and carrot when engaging with companies and setting escalation points?
  • What are the limits of corporate engagement? How do you know if an ask is reasonable?
  • Have the board changes at Exxon achieved meaningful change?
Stream C - Investment frontiers
11:15 - 12:00

The growth and democratization of impact investing

  • Is it possible to achieve meaningful impact in public markets?
  • Is the focus on measuring impact long overdue or a time-consuming distraction?
  • Which impact measurement methodologies are most useful for investors?
  • Does the US need a labelling system similar to the SFDR to prevent impact greenwashing?
12:00 - 13:00


13:00 - 13:50

Investor panel: balancing tomorrow’s world with today’s duty and returns

  • The Department of Labor said last year that there is ‘no reason’ fiduciaries shouldn’t consider climate or ESG factors when investing. Has this shift affected investor perspectives on fiduciary duty?
  • Are US asset owners pushing managers on sustainability? What evidence do asset owners look for on managers’ credibility on ESG? How is it affecting manager selection?
  • Are investors willing to sacrifice initial returns for long-term sustainability performance?
13:50 - 14:40

Biodiversity and nature: risks, opportunities, and best practices

John Willis
  • Are current methodologies for identifying portfolio exposure to biodiversity risks fit for purpose?
  • Which sectors offer the greatest challenges for investors in addressing biodiversity risk?
  • What are some examples of best practices in investing in natural assets?
  • Are investors taking transition risk sufficiently seriously in the context of biodiversity?
  • Where are the investible opportunities for public markets investors in nature protection and restoration?
  • Can aggregation help to address scale issues in natural capital investment?
  • Expectations for COP15: will it do for biodiversity what Paris did for climate?
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John Willis

Director of Research, Planet Tracker

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14:40 - 15:10

Networking break

15:10 - 15:40

Interview TBC

15:40 - 16:20

COP27: Taking stock after Sharm El-Sheikh

  • What are the key takeaways from the UN climate conference for the financial sector?
  • Are policymakers providing the support required for the private sector to finance the global energy transition?
  • Is the global south sufficiently represented in the transition debate?
  • Climate mitigation versus adaptation: how do we balance the two moving forward?
  • COP28: what will be on the table for the financial sector in Abu Dhabi?
16:20 - 16:30

Chair’s closing remarks

16:30 - 17:00

End of conference

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Network with active asset owners, banks, insurers in the industry. Benefit from also our expansive and multistakeholder community who will be in attendance throughout the conference.

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Connect with your peers at interactive workshops, networking breaks, evening drinks reception, roundtable discussions and invite-only breakfasts.

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Our past attendees included British Columbia Investment Management Corporation, Caisse de Dépôt et Placement du Québec, CalPERS, Chicago Teacher’s Pension Fund, Credit Suisse, Office of the New York City Comptroller, Seattle City Employees’ Retirement System, and many others.

Connect with active investors

AP Pension
British Columbia Investment Management Corporation
Caisse de Dépôt et Placement du Québec
California Public Employees' Retirement System
California State Teachers' Retirement System
Chicago Teacher’s Pension Fund
Government Pension Investment Fund
LifeBank Foundation
Los Angeles County Employees Retirement Association
New York State Common Retirement Fund
Office of the New York City Comptroller
Seattle City Employees’ Retirement System
State of New Jersey
Toyota Tsusho Corporate Pension Fund
World Bank Group

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