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Responsible Investment Forum Europe

The leading global event for ESG in private markets

Location
London
Date
8 November 23Past event
Time
9:00 AM GMT
Language
English
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The Respoisnble Investment Forum brings together fund managers, institutional investors, and expert advisors to discuss ESG issues across alternative asset classes. The key themes for this year will include addressing climate change within a portfolio, ongoing regulatory changes, the growth in impact and what it means for ESG, value creation and much more.

We're excited to sponsor this event where you'll have the opportunity to meet our team of experts at our stand.

Our VP of Climate Finance, Marie-Anne Vincent, will speak on the panel Making biodiversity and natural capital relevant to PE investing on 9 November at 12:05 PM:

  • TNFD V4.0: what does it mean for investors?
  • Leveraging biodiversity data in investment decisions
  • To what extent does work on biodiversity interlink with climate strategy?
  • Where and how can private equity fund managers incorporate natural capital solutions in their investment strategy?

Marie-Anne Vincent

VP Strategy & Regulatory

Marie-Anne is Sweep's VP of Climate Finance bringing 15+ years of experience in the finance and sustainability industries.

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