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CFA Society New York’s Sustainable Investing Group Presents:

Climate Change is a Given – How to Drive Value and Manage Risk

What should investors think about when they think about “climate change”?  Rising sea levels, floods, drought, starvation, infectious disease are only some of the possible outcomes of climate change.  With scientific research pointing towards escalation, it is imperative, if not inevitable, that capital markets better incorporate these risks and identify opportunities.  What data gives us insight into what companies are doing to prepare for and solve these issues? How well are companies disclosing this data?  What kinds of investments could mitigate the consequences of climate change, and how could we improve investor returns where sustainability is paramount?  Hear from thought leaders who are asset owners, asset managers, data providers, public servants, impact investors and others who are positioning their portfolios for climate change.  Come and engage in a discussion focused on how best to drive investment decision making for value creation and risk mitigation in this evolving reality.

Date

Wednesday, October 4th, 2017
8:00 am – 7:00 pm


Location

CFA Society New York
1540 Broadway Suite 1010
New York, NY


Fees

TBD

Agenda TBA

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Date

Wednesday, Oct. 4th, 2017
8:00 am – 7:00 pm

Location

CFA Society New York
1540 Broadway Suite 1010
New York, NY

Fees

TBD

What should investors think about when they think about “climate change”?  Rising sea levels, floods, drought, starvation, infectious disease are only some of the possible outcomes of climate change.  With scientific research pointing towards escalation, it is imperative, if not inevitable, that capital markets better incorporate these risks and identify opportunities.  What data gives us insight into what companies are doing to prepare for and solve these issues? How well are companies disclosing this data?  What kinds of investments could mitigate the consequences of climate change, and how could we improve investor returns where sustainability is paramount?  Hear from thought leaders who are asset owners, asset managers, data providers, public servants, impact investors and others who are positioning their portfolios for climate change.  Come and engage in a discussion focused on how best to drive investment decision making for value creation and risk mitigation in this evolving reality.

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What should investors think about when they think about “climate change”?  Rising sea levels, floods, drought, starvation, infectious disease are only some of the possible outcomes of climate change.  With scientific research pointing towards escalation, it is imperative, if not inevitable, that capital markets better incorporate these risks and identify opportunities.  What data gives us insight into what companies are doing to prepare for and solve these issues? How well are companies disclosing this data?  What kinds of investments could mitigate the consequences of climate change, and how could we improve investor returns where sustainability is paramount?  Hear from thought leaders who are asset owners, asset managers, data providers, public servants, impact investors and others who are positioning their portfolios for climate change.  Come and engage in a discussion focused on how best to drive investment decision making for value creation and risk mitigation in this evolving reality.

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