You've set your ESG targets. Now it's time to deliver.
The Financial Times invites you to join us for the next edition of our Moral Money Summit Europe.
Environmental, social and governance strategies are now more complex than ever. And the pressure is piling on companies, investors and policy makers. Post-COP26, and in the face of war in Ukraine , the calls for change are growing louder, and pledges are being put under the microscope. The time to make ESG a reality is now, but is the market willing and ready?
Moral Money Summit Europe will connect asset owners, corporates, regulators and industry advisors as they gather to take the pulse of ESG and unlock its potential. Be part of the conversation over two packed days with debates on stewardship, and developments in data and disclosure, to sustainable finance and boardroom diversity. Join us to plot the progress of this evolving market and where it is heading.
ESG under the microscope
The market for responsible investing is growing even more complex as it matures and mainstreams, but greenwashing continues to be a problem. How can investors separate fact from (possible) fiction to identify the next wave of opportunities in ESG? Will fears around greenwashing hold back progress in the overall positive transition in the markets?
From pledges to practice
At least a fifth of the world’s 2,000 largest companies have committed to cancel carbon emissions, act on social injustices and tackle governance issues but how achievable are their targets and how willing are they to get specific about their plans?
Financing the transition
Recent research suggests that reaching net zero will require US $5 trillion every year for the next 30 years. How are banks and financial institutions accelerating innovation in sustainable finance to meet investor and corporate demand.
the progress being made in codifying and standardising rules around non-financial corporate disclosure.
with pension funds, insurers and sovereign wealth funds to find out their plans for ESG investing in the year to come.
with leaders on the pros and cons of carbon pricing - is it a climate change silver bullet or a flawed concept?
the inside track on the latest innovations in responsible finance - is innovation in this space scaling fast enough to meet demand?
directly from investors on whether they are opting to stay or sell as they get tougher on their stewardship responsibilities.
Coming Together Like Never Before
The FT Moral Money Summit Europe will take place in-person over two full days at The Biltmore Mayfair, Grosvenor Square, London.
Our team at the FT understands that there’s nothing like the power of people coming together and the need for relaxation and enjoyment of the company of colleagues. Most importantly, we recognise the value of in‑person networking. The event will take place in-person and will be fully live streamed.
The health and safety of our guests, partners and staff remains our top priority. We will continue to monitor and follow Government guidelines throughout the planning, opening and running of Moral Money Summit Europe 2022. View our Covid-19 Plan for more information.
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