Professional Pensions is holding a live webinar on ESG today at 3pm.
The webinar will look at how asset managers are implementing ESG and stewardship approaches across their portfolio and assess some of the challenges they face.
It will also look at the quality of the data and information available to investors and assess how managers are implementing ESG across different asset classes such as fixed income, real estate and alternatives.
Speakers will include Aviva Investors global head of ESG investment solutions Marte Borhaug; Legal & General Investment Management senior global investment stewardship manager Jeannette Andrews and TwentyFour Asset Management partner Graeme Anderson.
To find out more and register for the webinar, visit: webinars.professionalpensions.com/esg-sustainable-and-responsible-investing
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