Sustainable Investment Festival 2022: Register now

Registration opens for SIF22, which will be held on 22-23 June next year

Professional Pensions
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After the incredible success of the inaugural Sustainable Investment Festival, Professional Pensions is delighted to announce that registration is now open for the 2022 Festival, which is taking place at the Brewery in London on 22-23 June!

The Sustainable Investment Festival is the only event that brings together pension consultants, trustees, and scheme managers along with fund selectors and financial advisers to help them better integrate ESG into their investment portfolios and provide solutions for clients and investors who want to make a positive impact on society and the planet.

Register today here

Our delegates can expect another line-up of inspiring keynote speakers, who will be challenging the industry to walk the talk on sustainable investing and sharing their insights on future trends.

In particular:

•            Be first to hear how the largest schemes have been dealing with Taskforce on Climate-related Financial Disclosure reporting

•            Learn how pension schemes can assess and measure impact of their investments

•            Debate with peers whether to exclude or engage to better align the carbon emission metrics of your investment portfolio

•            Understand how trustees can achieve net-zero targets

The full agenda will be announced in the coming weeks so make sure you register now to receive full updates.

Click here to register today

The highlights from last year's festival, can be watched here:

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