Driving the future of European sustainable finance

Responsible Investor’s 17th annual RI Europe conference is returning to London next June. The 2024 edition of the flagship event will discuss sustainable finance developments and industry best practices.

Gain insights from those leading the sustainable finance drive in Europe on topical ESG themes including accelerating net zero progress, the evolving EU regulatory landscape, getting to grips with biodiversity risk management, the future of ESG data strategy, and more.

Join over 600 leading investors and fund managers for two days of networking at the must-attend event for sustainable finance.

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2024 key themes:

  • EU regulatory landscape and its implications
  • Road to net zero: Fostering the decarbonisation of Europe’s economy
  • Effective engagement: What lessons have we learnt and how stewardship standards improve?
  • Biodiversity and nature: Navigating data collection and stakeholder expectations
  • Transition finance: What comes next for 2024?
  • Keeping track of and adapting to evolving sustainability regulations worldwide
  • Standard setting: Innovation and interoperability
  • How are investors tackling biodiversity loss and reductions in resource and water use
  • 2024 European Parliament election

 

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Snapshot of 2023 attendees

Meet leading asset owners including:

What can you expect at the forum?

Get real insight into the industry

RI Europe’s innovative programme gets straight to the point on what sustainability means for business and investment in the real world. Topics include EU regulatory landscape, road to net zero, transition finance and many more.

Build a long-lasting network

Our event facilitates networking opportunities that drive collaboration and foster innovation. Network in-person at our workshops, panels, private breakfasts, debates, and evening drinks reception.

Meet leading asset owners

Hear from investors honing their sustainable finance strategy and creating real impact. Gain insights on their ESG allocation strategies, priorities and preferences for their next investment partner.

Stay ahead of market trends

Be in the know about upcoming changes to regulations, latest trends and emerging opportunities in the world of responsible investment. Keep your strategies fresh and adapt to the rapidly evolving landscape.

Unparalleled learning opportunities

Not only will you network with the best in the business, but you’ll also gain invaluable insights and expertise through interactive sessions, discussions, and workshops.

Connect with the ESG community

Meet with the ESG community at the forefront of shaping sustainable finance in Europe. Engage with investment professionals, regulators, academics, NGOs, and legal experts who are driving meaningful change in the industry.

2023 speaker line-up included:

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Bring your team along!

With so much content on offer at RI Europe, why not bring your team along? Diversify your coverage, ensuring that your organization can capitalize on the full spectrum of knowledge presented at RI Europe and come away with actionable insights. Buy 3 general delegate tickets for the price of 2, and even bigger savings the more tickets you buy.

To purchase tickets for teams above 5, please contact Luca Greene.

 

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Are you an asset owner in public markets?

A limited number of complimentary passes are available for eligible asset owners to join the event.

To qualify for a complimentary pass, you must meet the eligibility criteria in representing a pension fund, insurance company, sovereign wealth fund, foundation, endowment, trust, family office or corporate investment division.

Apply for a pass and a member of our team will follow up with you to secure your pass.

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Connect with investors & ESG professionals

Responsible Investor Europe provides an opportunity to make connections with an exclusive audience of ESG and sustainable finance decision makers. Share your solutions, collaborate and network with senior-level executives through bespoke sponsorship packages to meet your 2024 business goals.

Enquire about sponsorship

For more information on the agenda or speaking opportunities, please contact Joana Frade.

joana.f@pei.group | +44 20 3640 7518

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Day 1 Day 2
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Agenda

RI Europe 2024 - Day 1 - Wednesday 12th

Plenary
08:55 - 09:00

Opening remarks

09:00 - 09:50

Plenary 1: Tackling transition finance: Next steps for investors

Faith Ward
  • Investing in the energy transition: opportunities and limitations
  • Are regulatory regimes designed to support transition finance?
  • Defining transition finance: achieving consensus, building guardrails
  • Is transition finance compatible with net zero commitments?
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Faith Ward

Chief Responsible Investment Officer, Brunel Pension Partnership

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09:50 - 10:40

Plenary 2: Policy and regulation: Sustainable finance in the next EU legislative phase

Elza Holmstedt Pell
  • What comes next? Hopes, expectations and concerns in the aftermath of EU elections
  • SFDR and taxonomy progress: is usability improving?
  • The ones that got away: transition, social and stewardship
  • CSRD: how are corporates coping in year one?

Moderator: Elza Holmstedt Pell, Deputy Editor, Responsible Investor

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Elza Holmstedt Pell

Deputy Editor, Responsible Investor

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10:40 - 11:10

Networking break

Plenary
11:10 - 11:30

Keynote 1: Regulation: EU / UK

Elza Holmstedt Pell, Verena Ross

Moderator: Elza Holmstedt Pell, Deputy Editor, Responsible Investor

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Elza Holmstedt Pell

Deputy Editor, Responsible Investor

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Verena Ross

Chair

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11:30 - 12:20

Plenary 3: Sustainability standards: Implementation and interoperability

Kiran Aziz, Nicolaj Sebrell
  • Expectations for the first round of CSRD reporting
  • Interoperability between the big three: is it looking likely?
  • Sector standards: what do investors want and need?
  • Nature and social under the ESRS and ISSB
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Kiran Aziz

Head of Responsible Investments, KLP

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Nicolaj Sebrell

Director of Investor Relationships - EMEA, IFRS Foundation

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12:20 - 13:10

Plenary 4: TNFD: Getting to grips with nature-related reporting

Gina Gambetta, Romie Goedicke den Hertog, Tony Goldner
  • Lessons from early adopters of the TNFD framework
  • Will TNFD provide the data investors need to invest in and engage on nature?
  • How does the TNFD align with other initiatives (e.g. SBTN, EFRAG, GRI)?
  • Next steps: Update from the TNFD on its work

Moderator: Gina Gambetta, Reporter, Responsible Investor

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Gina Gambetta

Reporter, Responsible Investor

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Romie Goedicke den Hertog

Co-head Nature, UNEP FI

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Tony Goldner

Executive Director

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13:10 - 14:10

Lunch

Stream A
14:10 - 14:55

A1: Second-mover advantage: UK sustainable finance regulation

Ingrid Holmes
  • How are investors feeling about the long-delayed UK green taxonomy?
  • What will political shifts mean for UK regulation on sustainable finance?
  • Will incorporation of ISSB be pain-free or a compliance nightmare?
  • How are investors preparing for the implementation of SDR?
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Ingrid Holmes

Executive Director, Green Finance Institute

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14:55 - 15:00

Short turnaround break

15:00 - 15:45

A2: ESG ratings: Overhaul or business as usual?

Vipul Arora, Alexandra Pavlovskis
  • What do recent developments to regulate or provide guidance for ESG ratings mean in practice for ratings providers and investors?
  • How can ESG ratings evolve further?
  • The potential for leveraging forward-looking data from company reporting
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Vipul Arora

Partner, ESG & Climate Solutions, Sattva Consulting

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Alexandra Pavlovskis

ESG Product Strategy Lead, Financial Information, SIX

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Stream B
14:10 - 14:55

B1: AGMs and ESG: Is proxy voting losing its lustre?

Paul Lee, Colin Baines
  • How can investors use their votes most effectively to drive change?
  • How have investor voting patterns evolved over the past two years?
  • Filing proposals: the challenges and opportunities for investors
  • How does proxy voting compare with other forms of stewardship in terms of impact?
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Paul Lee

Head of Stewardship and Sustainable Investment Strategy

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Colin Baines

Stewardship Manager, Border to Coast Pensions Partnership

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14:55 - 15:00

Short turnaround break

15:00 - 15:45

B2: Corporate due diligence: Risk, regulation and reporting

Chris Galvin
  • CSDDD outcome and next steps
  • Investor due diligence approaches and developments
  • The regulatory outlook across jurisdictions
  • Managing supply chain risk: the challenges for investors
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Chris Galvin

Head of Communications & Outreach, ICoCA

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Stream C
14:10 - 14:55

C1: ESG assurance: Rising to the challenge

  • Sustainability assurance: a game changer for comparable and reliable data?
  • How valuable is limited assurance to investors?
  • Dealing with qualified reports
  • Auditors: are there enough to go around?
  • Does the market need more labels or is GSS+ the way to go?
14:55 - 15:00

Short turnaround break

15:00 - 15:45

C2: ESG-labelled bonds: Ensuring integrity, managing incentives

Anand Rajagopal, Simone Utermarck
  • Will the EU Green Bond Standard prove successful in raising quality? Are other jurisdictions likely to follow?
  • Is the SLB market reaching its moment of maturity after long periods of controversy?
  • How are investors pricing SLB step-ups?
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Anand Rajagopal

Sustainability Lead – Private Markets, Phoenix Group

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Simone Utermarck

Senior Director, Sustainable Finance, International Capital Market Association (ICMA)

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Workshops
16:00 - 17:00

Workshop A: Methane

This session allows participants to learn from both experts and each other, providing interactive small group discussions guided by designated facilitators.

16:00 - 17:00

Workshop B: Climate adaptation

Craig Davies

This session allows participants to learn from both experts and each other, providing interactive small group discussions guided by designated facilitators.

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Craig Davies

CEO

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16:00 - 17:00

Workshop C: Scope 3

This session allows participants to learn from both experts and each other, providing interactive small group discussions guided by designated facilitators.

16:00 - 17:00

Workshop D: Critical minerals

This session allows participants to learn from both experts and each other, providing interactive small group discussions guided by designated facilitators.

16:00 - 17:00

Workshop E: Social data

This session allows participants to learn from both experts and each other, providing interactive small group discussions guided by designated facilitators.

17:00 - 18:30

Networking drinks

18:30 - 18:30

End of day one

Agenda

RI Europe 2024 - Day 2 - Thursday 13th

08:00 - 09:00

Invitation only AO and AM breakfast

Join fellow asset owners and asset managers for a breakfast briefing and peer-to-peer discussions. This is a closed door session for asset owners and asset managers only.

Stream A
09:00 - 09:40

A3: Deep dive: Assessing corporate transition plans

Ben Caldecott
  • What makes a credible transition plan?
  • Models and methodologies assessed
  • Sectoral approaches and distinctions
  • Timelines for transition
  • The role of carbon pricing and offsets in transition plans
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Ben Caldecott

Co-Head, Secretariat, Transition Plan Taskforce and Member, UK Climate Change Committee

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09:40 - 10:20

A4: Engagement in emerging markets

  • Bonds vs equities: where are the greater opportunities for influence?
  • Public sector: engaging with sovereigns and SOEs
  • Making and measuring impact through engagement
  • Strength in numbers: the power of collaborative engagement
10:20 - 11:00

A5: Sustainability and insurers: limitations and opportunities

  • Understanding the specific sustainability requirements of insurers as asset owners
  • How has Solvency II affected insurers’ ability to finance the energy transition?
  • Where are the main opportunities for insurers in ESG investing in 2024?
Stream B
09:00 - 09:40

B3: Deep dive: Scenario analysis: An investor’s guide

Jakob Thomä
  • Physical risk vs transition risk
  • Understanding central bank models
  • Lessons from the insurance industry

Moderator: Jakob Thoma, Co-Founder & Research Director, Theia Finance Labs

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Jakob Thomä

Co-Founder & Research Director, Theia Finance Labs

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09:40 - 10:20

B4: Nature data: Measurement, metrics, missing pieces

  • How are innovations in location-specific data filling in the gaps?
  • How are investors approaching the biodiversity metric debate?
  • Is ocean ecosystem data the next frontier?
  • What does contributing to “nature positive” mean?
  • How are investors starting to set nature targets for their portfolios?
10:20 - 11:00

B5: Climate lobbying: Trade associations, transparency and reporting

  • Are companies becoming more receptive to investor engagement on lobbying?
  • Has lobbying really risen up the agenda of investors or just a “noisy few”?
  • The role of trade associations
  • Investor-company case study post trade review
Stream C
09:00 - 09:40

C3: Deep dive: TNFD reporting

  • Tools and methodologies
  • Corporate case study
  • Investor perspective
09:40 - 10:20

C4: What’s in a name: Navigating the regulatory focus on fund names

  • How should the European Commission balance ambition and interoperability in its SFDR reforms?
  • How are managers preparing for the UK labels to come into force?
  • Is there a still a role for voluntary labels or have they had their day?
  • Do new naming rules eliminate the possibility of greenwashing or are there still gaps?
10:20 - 11:00

C5: ESG data: Meeting the evolving needs of responsible investors

Nicoletta Centofanti
  • What will CSRD and other corporate disclosures mean for ESG data users and providers?
  • What type of data is lacking – what are some emerging data points that investors want?
  • How much is too much? Estimations and models
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Nicoletta Centofanti

CEO, Luxembourg Substaminale Finance Initiative (LSFI)

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Plenary
11:30 - 11:50

Keynote 2

Gina Gambetta

Moderator: Gina Gambetta, Reporter, Responsible Investor

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Gina Gambetta

Reporter, Responsible Investor

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23:50 - 12:30

Plenary 5: Deforestation, water, pollution: Where should investors start with biodiversity?

Lucy Fitzgeorge-Parker
  • What are the challenges and opportunities in addressing different drivers of nature loss?
  • Where are corporates currently focusing their nature strategies?
  • What role should data availability play in determining investors’ biodiversity strategy?
  • Which tools are most effective for investors in addressing biodiversity loss?

Moderator: Lucy Fitzgeorge-Parker, Editor, Responsible Investor

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Lucy Fitzgeorge-Parker

Editor, Responsible Investor

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12:30 - 13:15

Lunch

Plenary
13:15 - 13:35

Fireside chat

Lucy Fitzgeorge-Parker

Moderator: Lucy Fitzgeorge-Parker, Editor, Responsible Investor

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Lucy Fitzgeorge-Parker

Editor, Responsible Investor

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13:35 - 14:15

Plenary 6: From activism to compliance: The changing face of the sustainability function

Deborah Gilshan, Hilkka Komulainen
  • What has the mainstreaming of ESG meant for the sustainability function in financial institutions?
  • The evolution of the sustainability professional: skill set, responsibility, reporting lines
  • Has squaring the circle of sustainability and profitability become more challenging?
  • Are CSOs and sustainability professionals getting the support they need to drive change?
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Deborah Gilshan

Head of ESG and Stewardship, Europe

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Hilkka Komulainen

Head of Responsible Investment, Aegon UK

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14:15 - 14:30

Networking break

Plenary
14:30 - 15:10

Plenary 7: Return on engagement: Measuring the impact of stewardship

Deborah Gilshan, Hilkka Komulainen
  • How can investors best track and report on stewardship impacts?
  • Active ownership vs passive ownership
  • How can impact and influence be assigned in collaborative engagements?
  • What do asset owners want to see from managers on stewardship impact?

Moderator: Deborah Gilshan, Head of ESG and Stewardship, Europe, AustralianSuper

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Deborah Gilshan

Head of ESG and Stewardship, Europe

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Hilkka Komulainen

Head of Responsible Investment, Aegon UK

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15:10 - 16:00

Plenary 8: Making the case for 1.5C: Investor strategies

Jakob Thomä, Caroline Cook, Michiel De Smet, Adam Gillett

Few investors that have set 1.5C targets for their investments have rolled back on these goals despite it looking unlikely that this target will be met. But what is actually feasible for asset managers and asset owners if the real economy doesn’t decarbonise fast enough? This panel will see a number of investors make the case for how they view 1.5C, what they’re doing to ensure Paris-alignment and the challenges they face.

Moderator: Jakob Thoma, Co-Founder & Research Director, Theia Finance Labs

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Jakob Thomä

Co-Founder & Research Director, Theia Finance Labs

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Caroline Cook

Head of Climate Change, Ballie Gifford

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Michiel De Smet

Sustainable Investment Expert, National Bank of Belgium

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Adam Gillett

Senior Investment Director, Railpen

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16:00 - 16:00

Closing remarks and end of conference

Network at Europe's leading responsible investment event

Responsible Investor’s 17th annual RI Europe conference is back next June in London. Join over 600 leading investors and fund managers for two days of networking at the must-attend event for sustainable finance. Building relationships at RI Europe isn’t just about exchanging business cards; it’s about finding common ground and shared goals. Collaborations forged here can be the cornerstone of future projects and initiatives.

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The in-person networking experience

Meet industry thought leaders

Connect with the ESG community at the forefront of shaping sustainable finance in Europe. Engage with investment professionals, regulators, academics, NGOs, and lawyers who are driving meaningful change in the industry.

15+ hours of networking

Connect in-person with the ESG community at our interactive workshops, panels, private breakfasts, debates, and evening drinks reception. Every moment at RI Europe is a chance to forge valuable connections.

Build valuable connections with European asset owners 

Engage with leading asset owners and gain insights into their ESG allocation strategies and preferences for their next investment partner. Past attendees include Aegon, Church of England Pensions Board, Folksam, Legal & General, Scottish Widows, Unilever APF, and many more.

Connect with active investors

Aegon
AkademikerPension
Border to Coast Pensions Partnership
British International Investment
Brunel Pension Partnership
Cambridge Associates
Children's Investment Fund Foundation
Church of England Pensions Board
Friends Provident Foundation
Irish Life
Local Pensions Partnership
MP Investments
NEST Corporation
Nestlé UK Pensions
Nordea Life & Pension
Scottish Widows
Wellcome Trust
The Health Foundation
London Pensions Fund Authority
BBC Pension Trust
Folketrygdfondet
British Airways Pension Investment Management
Folksam
ING
VBV Pensionskasse
LGIM
Cambridge University Endowment
Migros Pension Fund
Caisse des depots et Consignations
Baloise
Strathclyde Pension Fund
GPIF
San Francisco Employees' Retirement System
OMERS
Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan
State of New Jersey
New York City Comptroller
Canada Post Corporation Pension Plan
Canada Pension Plan Investment Board
HOOPP

Be recognised as driving the future of sustainable finance

Responsible Investor Europe provides an opportunity to make connections with an exclusive audience of ESG and sustainable finance decision makers. Share your solutions, collaborate and network with senior-level executives through bespoke sponsorship packages to meet your 2024 business goals.

Enquire about sponsorship

 If you would like to join the industry-leading line-up in June, please contact Joana Frade.

joana.f@pei.group | +44 20 3640 7518

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Speaker line-up includes:

James Alexander

Chief Executive, UK Sustainable Investment and Finance Association

Vipul Arora

Partner, ESG & Climate Solutions, Sattva Consulting

Kiran Aziz

Head of Responsible Investments, KLP

Colin Baines

Stewardship Manager, Border to Coast Pensions Partnership

Ben Caldecott

Co-Head, Secretariat, Transition Plan Taskforce and Member, UK Climate Change Committee

Nicoletta Centofanti

CEO, Luxembourg Substaminale Finance Initiative (LSFI)

Caroline Cook

Head of Climate Change, Ballie Gifford

Craig Davies

CEO , Cadlas

Michiel De Smet

Sustainable Investment Expert, National Bank of Belgium

Lucy Fitzgeorge-Parker

Editor, Responsible Investor

Chris Galvin

Head of Communications & Outreach, ICoCA

Gina Gambetta

Reporter, Responsible Investor

Adam Gillett

Senior Investment Director, Railpen

Deborah Gilshan

Head of ESG and Stewardship, Europe , AustralianSuper

Romie Goedicke den Hertog

Co-head Nature, UNEP FI

Tony Goldner

Executive Director , Taskforce on Nature-related Financial Disclosures (TNFD)

Laura Hillis

Director of Climate and Environment, Church of England Pensions Board

Ingrid Holmes

Executive Director, Green Finance Institute

Elza Holmstedt Pell

Deputy Editor, Responsible Investor

Catherine Howarth

Chief Executive Officer, ShareAction

Piet Klop

Head of Responsible Investment, PGGM

Hilkka Komulainen

Head of Responsible Investment, Aegon UK

Paul Lee

Head of Stewardship and Sustainable Investment Strategy , Redington

Aleksandra Palinska

Executive Director, Eurosif

Alexandra Pavlovskis

ESG Product Strategy Lead, Financial Information, SIX

Anand Rajagopal

Sustainability Lead – Private Markets, Phoenix Group

Verena Ross

Chair , European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA)

Nicolaj Sebrell

Director of Investor Relationships - EMEA, IFRS Foundation

Rory Sullivan

CEO, Chronos Sustainability

Jakob Thomä

Co-Founder & Research Director, Theia Finance Labs

Sandy Trust

Head of Organisational Risk, M&G

Simone Utermarck

Senior Director, Sustainable Finance, International Capital Market Association (ICMA)

Faith Ward

Chief Responsible Investment Officer, Brunel Pension Partnership

Be recognised as driving the future of sustainable finance to institutional investors in Europe

Sponsoring at Responsible Investor global events positions your company at the forefront of key decision-makers and ensures your profile gains a competitive advantage within the industry. Enquire about bespoke sponsorship packages to:

  • Align your brand with Responsible investor’s authoritative content-led event portfolio and be seen as a go-to solution provider for senior ESG and sustainable finance professionals.
  • Stand tall amongst your competitors by positioning your company at Responsible Investor Europe and embed your brand as a major player to senior institutional investors.
  • Raise your profile as a thought leader within the industry to overcome the key challenges within responsible Investing.
  • Showcase your institutional investor solutions, in-person to new global audiences and generate new business opportunities to achieve your targets.

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2024 sponsors include:

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Connect with responsible investment investors

Alecta
AP2
Asset Management One
Baloise
Bayerische Versorgungskammer (BVK)
BBC Pension Trust
Border to Coast Pensions Partnership
British Airways Pension Investment Management
Brunel Pension Partnership
Caisse des depots et Consignations
Cambridge Associates
Cambridge University Endowment
Canada Pension Plan Investment Board
Canada Post Corporation Pension Plan
Children's Investment Fund Foundation
Church Commissioners
Church of England Pensions Board
Folketrygdfondet
Folksam
Friends Provident Foundation
GPIF
Hermes
HOOPP
ING
Irish Life
LGIM
Local Pensions Partnership
London Pensions Fund Authority
Migros Pension Fund
MP Investments
NEST Corporation
Nestlé UK Pensions
New York City Comptroller
Nordea Life & Pension
OMERS
Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan
Robeco
Ruffer
San Francisco Employees' Retirement System
Scottish Widows
State of New Jersey
Strathclyde Pension Fund
The Health Foundation
USS
VBV Pensionskasse
Wellcome Trust

Hiroshi Komori

Senior Director, Stewardship & ESG, GPIF

RI events around the world have been beneficial to catch up on ongoing ESG issues and network with great people.

Andrea Palmer

ESG Lead, PGGM

I appreciate the quality of the delegates and the conversations. It’s the go-to venue to gauge developments in ESG integration.

Asset owners at RI Europe

Responsible Investor Europe provides an unrivalled platform for asset owners investing in ESG and sustainable finance. Join over 100 asset owners from across Europe to discuss the latest responsible investing trends and compare best practices and allocation strategies for 2024 and beyond.

A limited number of complimentary passes are available exclusively for asset owners. Explore the conference benefits and find out which of your peers will be attending. Apply now for a complimentary pass for yourself or your team.

 

What to expect

Network with your peers

Enrich your network, build lasting relationships, and exchange valuable perspectives with your fellow asset owners during asset owner-only breakfasts, networking breaks, lunches and much more.

Gain expert insights

Hear from our industry-leading speaker line-up, discover the latest trends and stay aligned with future innovations in the market.

Stay aligned to developments and opportunities

Discover remarkable investment opportunities and leverage ESG expertise focused on regulation, human rights, biodiversity, net zero and more.

Meet with the best and brightest funds

Connect and arrange one-to-one meetings with the biggest and best ESG managers in the market and find your next investment partner.

Asset owners at RI Europe 2024

‘This event stands as the largest gathering designed specifically for asset owners and top-level corporates, providing two days of networking and insightful discussions.

Explore the conference benefits and find out which of your peers will be attending. 

Download asset owner prospectus

Asset Owner's that attended in 2023:

Alecta
AP2
Bayerische Versorgungskammer (BVK)
Border to Coast Pensions Partnership
Brunel Pension Partnership
Cambridge Associates
Children's Investment Fund Foundation
Church of England Pensions Board
Friends Provident Foundation
Irish Life
Local Pensions Partnership
MP Investments
NEST Corporation
Nestlé UK Pensions
Nordea Life & Pension
Scottish Widows
Wellcome Trust
The Health Foundation
London Pensions Fund Authority
BBC Pension Trust
Folketrygdfondet
British Airways Pension Investment Management
Folksam
ING
VBV Pensionskasse
LGIM
Cambridge University Endowment
Migros Pension Fund
Caisse des depots et Consignations
Baloise
Strathclyde Pension Fund
GPIF
San Francisco Employees' Retirement System
OMERS
Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan
State of New Jersey
New York City Comptroller
Canada Post Corporation Pension Plan
Canada Pension Plan Investment Board
HOOPP

Apply for a complimentary asset owner pass

A limited number of complimentary passes are available for eligible asset owners to join the event.

To qualify for a complimentary pass, you must meet the eligibility criteria in representing a pension fund, insurance company, sovereign wealth fund, foundation, endowment, trust, family office or corporate investment division.

Apply for a pass and a member of our team will follow up with you to secure your pass.

Apply for a complimentary pass


Meet our leading advisory board in 2024

Kiran Aziz

Head of Responsible Investments, KLP

Lucy Fitzgeorge-Parker

Editor, Responsible Investor

Deborah Gilshan

Head of ESG and Stewardship, Europe , AustralianSuper

Laura Hillis

Director of Climate and Environment, Church of England Pensions Board

Ingrid Holmes

Executive Director, Green Finance Institute

Catherine Howarth

Chief Executive Officer, ShareAction

Hilkka Komulainen

Head of Responsible Investment, Aegon UK

Aleksandra Palinska

Executive Director, Eurosif

Rory Sullivan

CEO, Chronos Sustainability

Jakob Thomä

Co-Founder & Research Director at Theia Finance Labs