A NEW ALTERNATIVE LEARNING EXPERIENCE FOR WEALTH MANAGERS

Get the ESG knowledge and confidence you need to take advantage of the rising demand for sustainable investment products, and keep pace with the rapidly changing ESG landscape. 

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INTRODUCING THE ESG ACADEMY

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Liz Field, Chief Executive of PIMFA

“It is clear that ESG considerations are starting to play a significant role in investment decisions. There is an opportunity to be seized here both for investors and companies alike as new technologies are developed and as attitudes change, some of which has been accelerated by the COVID pandemic.”

“It is with these factors in mind that PIMFA, in partnership with MSCI, Fidelity and Farrer & Co, has launched the ESG Academy for wealth managers. We want to ensure that our members, and through them their clients, are provided with the latest information and support, equipping them with everything they need to understand, and if appropriate, embrace the future of ESG in investment strategies.”

MSCI is a leading provider of critical decision support tools and services for the global investment community including integrating ESG and climate considerations into the investment process.

Fidelity International offers investment solutions and retirement expertise to institutions, individuals and their advisers around the world. We bring together savings and pensions expertise with world-class investment choices – both our own and those of others – to help our clients build better futures for themselves and generations to come.

Synonymous with the highest quality legal advice, Farrer & Co offers comprehensive expertise tailored to the needs of their clients, including wealth managers on all aspects of ESG investing regulations.

Julia Dreblow founded SRI Services in 2010 to provide sustainable, responsible and ethical investment information, support and tools – so that retail intermediaries can help change the way people invest.

NEWS & INSIGHTS

Emotion Drives ESG

When emotions bump into investment choices, the danger is we get spooked when markets fall and sell our holdings, turning a paper loss into a

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