Sustainable Investing Web-seminars
Welcome to your individual series of live ESG web-seminars where experts from Fidelity International will take you at Mercer through an ESG journey covering a wide variety of themes ranging from how climate pathways can be integrated into strategic and tactical asset allocations to ESG trends and regulation. Register now to our upcoming sessions.
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The ´S` in ESG: Social Issues in ESG
The S in ESG
- Focus on stakeholder management
- Labour exploitation and human rights in the supply chain
- Community relations, diversity and inclusion
- Risk factors
- Fidelity initiatives against modern slavery – Australia
- Investors against slavery and trafficking – APAC
- Diversity initiatives
- Diversity at Fidelity
Speakers: Kate Howitt, Marion O’Donnell and Katie Constance
Integrating ESG: Active Equities
Approach and different considerations on how to integrate ESG into Equity strategies
- ESG is another dimension of fundamental analysis
- The value of independent sustainability research
How to integrate
- ESG ratings
- ESG and investment styles: quality, value, market cap and growth
- The Investment process:
- Investment universe/ idea generation
- Stock selection
- Portfolio construction
Speakers: Toby Gibb and Matthew Jennings
Impact Investing and SDGs
What is Impact Investing and how to approach Impact Investing in Equity strategies
Key principles defining impact investing
- Measurement of outcome
- Difference to traditional ESG funds
Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
- A set of ambitious targets
- A framework for impact investing
Fund example: Fidelity Funds - Sustainable Eurozone Equity Fund
Speakers: Aela Cozic and Vincent Durel
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