The countdown to the inaugural summit is on as more speakers are revealed with a focus on navigating the Australian ESG landscape and having ethical investing conversations with clients.
The industry-first event will take place on 9 and 10 February and equip advisers, sophisticated investors and financial services professionals with everything they need to know around understanding and implementing ESG strategies.
Attendees will hear from a range of speakers, including new additions from Australian Ethical head of ethics research Stuart Palmer and head of client relationships Leah Willis, who will lead a session on how to discern the ethical practices of ASX 200 stocks, and unpack the dominant ESG themes in the Australian investment market.
Also new to the agenda is the summit’s adviser panel on 9 February, where Koda Capital’s Victoria Lindores and Crestone Wealth Management’s John D'Apice will discuss how to navigate client conversations around ethical investing and deliver value to clients through responsible investment strategies.
John McMurdo, chief executive of event partner Australian Ethical, said the group was pleased to participate in the event given the rising demand for sustainable investing options.
“Australian Ethical is proud to support the InvestorDaily ESG Summit 2021 as demand for socially responsible investments reaches new highs,” Mr McMurdo said.
“As pioneers in this space for more than 30 years, we look forward to sharing our insights about how combining integrated ESG analysis with a strong ethical framework can help deliver strong, risk-adjusted returns.”
You can learn more about the program for the inaugural InvestorDaily ESG Summit 2021 and secure your tickets to the event series here.
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