Thursday, October 19, 2017

The Liberty Hotel – Boston Massachusetts

We are pleased to host an afternoon panel discussion designed to provide investors with a range of views on why investors might consider incorporating environmental, social and governance (ESG) considerations into their portfolios, as well as a range of tools and strategies they might use to do so.

The incorporation of ESG considerations into every investment decision is integral to our investment process. We believe that responsible investment is better investment, given our conviction that responsibly managed companies are better placed to achieve sustainable competitive advantage and provide strong long-term growth. We appreciate that not all investors may share our belief, and those that do often face impediments to implementation.

There will be the chance for you to ask questions from the floor and take part in the debate, and we look forward to a lively discussion.

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Agenda

3:00pm

Registration and Welcome Reception

3:30pm

Panel Discussion

Chair: Julian Lyne – Chief Commercial Officer, Newton Investment Management

David Chambers – Keynes Fellow at Judge Business School, University of Cambridge (U.K.)
Kate Murtagh – Chief Compliance Officer and Head of Sustainable Investment, Harvard Management Company
Jay Roney – Partner, NEPC
James Rosebush – Founder and Managing Partner, Intersection Impact Fund and Reagan White House Official
Rob Stewart – Head of Responsible and Charity Investment, Portfolio Manager, Newton Investment Management

5:00pm
until
6:30pm

Cocktail Reception