Tomorrow's Capital Markets focusses on how to ensure finance flows to productive investment opportunities which will secure value over the short, medium and long-term. The project looks at the system as a whole and the importance of the behaviours of key participants, with a particular focus on incentives in each key part of the system, the framework conditions which shape how the system works and what is needed to realise particular opportunities such as energy, food and water.
Project Delphi is an investor initiative working quietly for the past 3 years to develop an industry ESG reference point.
4pm, 17th Dec, City of London: What Next for Fiduciary Duty in the UK? Plus implications for policy makers elsewhere from our local 2015 experience.
Followed by SFM Participant London Christmas Drinks at 5.30pm at CCLA
The Network for Sustainable Financial Markets (SFM) is pleased to announce that it launched the Japan Working Group.
Hello Bonjour All - for those up in Montreal for the upcoming PRI Week, our SFM Gathering will now be taking place on the Tuesday at 530pm ET in the Longeuil room of the Hilton hotel where the conference is being held
We are hoping to both introduce interested attendees to our Network and its purpose, as well as discuss how to best advance new Working Groups including on Education and the UNEP Inquiry
Special thanks to Joakim Sandberg, Angelo Calvello, Stephen Viederman, Keith Johnson and Marcy Murninghan for their assistance, advice and comments in the process of drafting and finalizing this letter to the Inquiry.
Our letter can be found here: SFM Comment on the UNEP Inquiry v5