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ESG Pathway: The need for consistent language

09 Nov, 2020 | Return|

One of the challenges the industry continues to face when it comes to ESG and Responsible investment is the need for consistent language and terminology around these themes. In the third event of the ESG Pathway series, we were joined by Jess Foulds, Policy Specialist at The Investment Association, who leads the policy work on Sustainability and Responsible investment. During the session, Jess outlined what The Investment Association have been doing in conjunction with the asset management industry to address the need for consistency in order to meet the forthcoming regulation.

Watch the full presentation below, or you can catch up on the full event here. Please use the Chapter icon Chapter icon on the player below to easily navigate through the presentation.

For a quick summary of what was covered in the event, read ESG Clarity's Giving clarity to clients.

 

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ESG Pathway is a four-part virtual event series that has been designed to expand the dialogue between advisers, asset managers and independent expert commentators around the topics of ESG and Responsible Investment.

You can catch up on the previous events here. Please join us for the final event:

Future funds: What are your predictions?

Tuesday 8th December | 10am to 12pm

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