Webcast details:

Dates: 

English

Tuesday,
2 February 2021

Time: 

3:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Contact: 

 

Price: 

 Kevin Tsang

 

Complimentary

Location

Online live event.

 

Are you looking for investment where generate social and environmental impact as well as financial returns?

 

Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) investment is garnering much attention in recent years and has now become an integral part of investments. In particular, impact investing is a growing industry by investors who intend to generate positive, measurable social and environmental impact alongside a financial return.

 

To start 2021 with an impact-oriented mindset, Mercer is partnering with Global Impact Investing Network (GIIN) and Sustainable Finance initiative (SFi) to host a webinar on the subject. 

 

Please forward this to your colleagues or friends, which you think may enjoy the discussion.

Agenda:

 

 

Presenter

Topic

3:00 PM

Julia Lee, Mercer

Opening

3:05 PM

Maud Savary-Mornet, GIIN

- What is impact investing in the sustainable/ESG space?
- Introduction of real business cases
- How to measure impact

3:30 PM

Adeline Tan, Mercer

Transformational Investment

3:45 PM

Adeline Tan, Mercer

Hill Gaston, Mercer
Khailee Ng, 500 Startup
Katy Yung, SFi

Conversation with those who did it: real-life journeys

4:25 PM

Q&A

 

4:40 PM

Julia Lee, Mercer

Closing

 

Speakers:

  • Adeline Tan, Wealth Business Leader, Hong Kong, Mercer
  • Hill Gaston, Senior Associate, Responsible Investment, UK, Mercer
  • Ms. Maud Savary-Mornet, Senior Advisor for South East Asia, Global Impact Investing Network (GIIN)
  • Katy Yung, Managing Partner, HK-based Sustainable Finance Initiative (SFi)
  • Khailee Ng, Managing Partner, 500 Startup

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