17 July 2019

BRIEFINGS UK

HFM UK Breakfast Briefing: ESG – what does it mean and how to integrate it?

Come along to our Breakfast Briefing to get an understanding of the industry’s latest trend



Date: 17 July 2019


Venue: Royal Society of Chemistry, Burlington House, Piccadilly, W1J 0BA


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Join us at the HFM Breakfast Briefing, a free to attend event, featuring a panel-led discussion and informal networking.

Breakfast Briefings are FREE to attend for HFM members and trial users*

Topic: ESG – what does it mean and how to integrate it?

Discussion points:
– Incorporating ESG investment into a portfolio
– The value of ESG data
– Recognising the benefits and managing the risks
– The importance of transparency
– Maintaining the investor – hedge fund relationship

Speakers:
Moderator: Will Wainewright, editor, EuroHedge

Adam Jacobs-Dean, managing director, global head of markets regulation, AIMA


Prior to joining Aima, Adam worked at the International Swaps and Derivatives Association (Isda), where he focused on European regulatory initiatives dealing with OTC derivatives markets, notably the review of the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (Mifid). He started his career at the UK Financial Services Authority (FSA), where he worked in both policy and supervisory roles. He also undertook a number of projects for the Committee of European Securities Regulators (CESR). In 2009 he was seconded from the FSA to the European Commission in Brussels, where he worked on Solvency II.

Shuen Chan, partner, Sustineri


Shuen is an experienced specialist in responsible and sustainable finance. She brings 25 years of experience from asset management and capital markets, having established investment funds in emerging asset classes across Europe, Asia and Americas. Shuen’s expertise is in developing businesses that help to build the case for sustainable investments and the transition to the low carbon economy. She brings strong financial product expertise, with particular experience in strategy, business development, product origination and fund structuring.

Jason Mitchell, co-head of responsible investment, Man Group


Most recently, Jason was sustainability strategist at Man Group and has been a member of the responsible investment committee. He worked at Man GLG from 2004 to 2008 and from 2010 to present, taking two years off from 2008 to 2010 to advise the UK government on infrastructure development across Sub-Saharan Africa. Prior to this, he was an investment analyst with Pequot Capital and Andor Capital.

Venue:
Royal Society of Chemistry, Burlington House, Piccadilly, W1J 0BA

Agenda:
08:30 Registration & networking breakfast
09:00 Panel discussion
10:00 Questions
10:20 Close

Sponsor will be announced soon


*Selected trialists are only eligible to attend 1 breakfast within their trial period.

Members receive a wealth of benefits including:
– Access to the latest hedge fund industry news, reporting on a range of fund profiles, launches, people moves + global rankings
– Analysis and Research content including and Asset + New fund surveys
– Insights and Special Reports on latest issues affecting hedge fund space
– Data platform benchmarking performance of hedge fund data and investor profiles

To become eligible for this event, start free trial here.

For more information please contact Lana Vuletic: l.vuletic@pageantmedia.com