Given PRI Week in Montreal will bring so many of us together, and thanks to our ongoing relationship with Concordia University, we have kindly been donated space for a regional meeting, for which you are therefore invited. Details attached and location below - for those interested, some of us may spin off and have a meal afterwards
We are delighted to announce a brand new SFM Webinar Channel at YouTube, found here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5Pp1FhmoQEWVelm6l7dfyvVchXtZKwnP
This includes our past webinars featuring:
Roger Martin, Robert Monks, Matthew Kiernan, Catherine Howarth, Sharan Burrow, Margaret Heffernan, Nick Silver, Pavan Sukhdev, Jacques Lussier and two from Sean Kidney on Climate Bonds.
The Network for Sustainable Financial Markets (SFM) presents the first Participants only webinar with Nick Robins, Co-Director of Inquiry into the Design of a Sustainable Financial System at UNEP with a particular focus on its first report "Aligning the Financial System with Sustainable Development: An Invitation".
The details are available below:
London, 23 June 2014: Launch of Cambridge Handbook of Institutional Investment and Fiduciary Duty, 4 – 5.30 pm, CCLA, Senator House, 85 Queen Victoria Street, London
Priorities for the UK Law Commission in Clarifying Fiduciary Duties
by Keith Johnson, Co-Chair, SFM Fiduciary Duty Working Group
Network for Sustainable Financial Markets (SFM) and the Sustainable Investment Professional Certification (SIPC) Webinar on "Sustainable Investing & Education"
Join a live conversation on shared experiences involving sustainability & investing curriculum at McGill, Concordia, Columbia, Yale and the University of Maryland.
Launch event: Handbook of Institutional Investment and Fiduciary Duty
23rd June 2014
4 – 5.30pm, CCLA, Senator House, 85 Queen Victoria Street, London EC4V 4ET
The launch of this comprehensive guide to the principles governing institutional investors comes days before the expected release of the Law Commission’s report on fiduciary duty. This event will provide a crucial opportunity for proponents of reform to anticipate our response.
The Network for Sustainable Financial Markets is pleased to announce that SFM’s response was acknowledged by Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) and integrated into its overall recommended directions in the ITO Review of Competitiveness and Incentive for Sustainable Growth released at the end of last Ap