Professional Pensions is holding its ESG Focus on 3 December.
The event - which will be held at London's Bakers Hall - will look at the nuances involved with sustainable investing, and how climate risks can be measured.
Free to attend for in-house pensions and benefit scheme representatives, the morning briefing will also look at how modelling is used to predict ESG risks to investments, and how trustees can use data on a company's direction of travel to inform their portfolio management.
To find out more about the ESG Focus and to register please visit: https://event.professionalpensions.com/ESGfocus2019/en/page/home
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