Moving from the side rooms onto the main stage, ESG has risen to the top of the agenda and is now a permanent fixture in many investors' minds.
Are we seeing true adoption from the industry now, and who's driving the movement? For those that have not yet incorporated ESG in your processes - are you too late?
Hear from experts in the world of ESG at SuperReturn International:
- Ana Lei Ortiz, Managing Director, Hamilton Lane
- Emily Kreps, Global Head of Investor Initiatives, CDP
- Annachiara Marcandalli, Managing Director, Endowment & Foundation Practice, Cambridge Associates
- Erin Sarret, Director, StepStone Group
Investors know the importance of ESG, and so should you
"For those that have not started considering ESG - you’re behind,” said Ana Lei Ortiz, Managing Director at Hamilton Lane. Watch the full interview as we discuss why ESG is important for risk management, and how LPs are playing an increasingly crucial role in driving ESG in private equity.
Why ESG should be integral to any investment process
“If you’re not looking at ESG metrics then you’re not at the forefront of making money.” Emily Kreps, Global Head of Investor Initiatives at CDP, joined us for an exclusive interview from SuperReturn International to discuss what she's seeing across the private markets landscape when it comes to ESG - how the industry is taking ESG into investment processes and where regulation can make the integration more standardised and efficient.
ESG and impact investment in the private markets - where are we now?
“The integration of sustainability in investment is starting to make financial and economic sense,” says Cambridge Associates' Annachiara Marcandalli. Find out more about where and how they see the future of ESG and impact investing pan out in the private markets, and why this is the space with the most potential in driving both financially and ethically motivated investors forward in this field.
Climate change: risks, reporting and returns
Erin Sarret, Director at StepStone Group, joins us at SuperReturn International to talk about the impact of climate change, concluding that climate risk is a financial risk. We discuss how best to adjust your portfolio and why you should embrace responsible investing.