When thinking about sustainable investing, names like BHP, BP or Shell might spring to most investors’ minds. But if we consider oil, gas, chemicals and other industrials as one side of the climate change coin, we must consider the banks’ loan books, insurer underwriting and the alignment of insurance investment portfolios as the other. 

Since the Paris accord, top banks have arranged $2.7 trillion in funding to fossil fuel companies, which paid them $4.2 billion in fees last year. In this webcast, our Head of Global Research and two analysts share a unique view of the world from the bottom up, discussing what asset managers can do to guide the financial sector in the right direction.

Speakers: Ned Salter, Global Head of Investment Research, is joined by Federico Wynne, Cross Asset Analyst - Financials, and Juliet Pursaill, European and US Insurance Research Specialist. Hosted by Richard Edgar, Editor in Chief

Ned Salter

Ned Salter

Head of Equities

Federico Wynne

Federico Wynne

Richard Edgar

Richard Edgar

Editor in Chief

Juliet Pursaill

Juliet Pursaill

Equity Research