15-19 June | Online

One week of keynote addresses, high-level plenaries, live Q&As and thematic breakouts, delivered via a unique digital festival. We’re aiming to create the biggest on-line digital responsible investment festival ever!  In the face of the coronavirus crisis, now, more than ever, investors and companies need to come together to articulate the why, what and how of a sustainable finance future.

The Responsible Investor Digital Festival: Summer 2020 – RI DigiFest for short – is our digital response to that need for leadership. It is time to show that responsible investment is the answer to our long-term financial and societal challenges: we believe that an on-line ESG festival of ideas and action is the way to do that. RI DigiFest is free to air, so pass this on to as many people as you can and let’s create the future of sustainable finance together!

The DigiFest is produced by Responsible Investor, the only dedicated news and events service covering responsible investment, ESG and sustainable finance for institutional investors globally. 

This is the first Digital Festival RI has produced, but we expect several thousand attendees depending on server limits, with a large proportion of asset owners in attendance, with more than 80 speakers. Session topics include:

  • Covid-19 and the future of capitalism
  • Getting practical: What does it mean to be a responsible investor in 2020 and beyond?   
  • Net-zero and climate risk
  • Levelling up in ESG
  • Sector deep-dives
  • Asset class deep-dives
  • ESG in Fixed Income portfolios
  • Pharma and ESG
  • Fintech and AI
  • Hedge Funds and Derivatives
  • Impact Investing
  • Transition Bonds
  • EU Taxonomy and Action Plan
  • Corporate Disclosure on SDGs
  • Corporate Culture and sustainable investing

Carbon Tracker is a Supporting Organisation of DigiFest.

Sriya Sundaresan, Co-Head of Power & Utilities, will be speaking on 15 June in the session Utility 2.0: are modern utility business models ESG-aligned? 

Want to attend the event?

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