Ethics: The missing E in ESG Investing - Free to members
Ethics: The missing E in ESG investing
Date: Friday 30th September
13:00 - 14:00
1 hour LCI, FCI (Compliance), FCI (Ethics), CECA
Free for members, €25 for non-members
What's ESG investing got to do with ethics?
The use of Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) data is changing the way that capital markets operate, offering the prospect of business that’s better for people and planet. So does this make room for ethics in investment decision-making?
Annabel Gillard, an experienced industry professional and member of the IBE’s International Advisory Council, interviewed leading players in the UK investment industry to see what they thought. As Annabel's findings show, although asset managers prefer not to talk about ethics per se, many of the things that they are concerned about, such as investee companies' culture and behaviour, are ethically significant.
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Annabel spent over 20 years building institutional business and working with clients to develop innovative strategies at a range of asset managers. She also volunteered in various roles for CFA UK and CFA Institute, and she is a member of the IBE's International Advisory Council.
An advocate for the power of ethics in delivering sustainable growth and enabling talent to flourish, Annabel is also investigating the place of ethical values and organisational culture in an AI-driven future workplace, and its impact on the changing nature of work and society. She recently completed an MA in Philosophy and AI at New College of the Humanities and is currently at the LSE studying Behavioural Science, alongside working with CFU, a not-for-profit dedicated to improving ethics in technology and equipping investors with the stewardship tool they need to ensure tech is a force for societal good.