Sustainable Investing & Climate Risk
Driving best practices in sustainable investing and environmental risk management to achieve improved market confidence, brand reputation and higher shareholder value.
Alice Legrix de la Salle
COO and Head of agricultural partnerships
Alice Legrix de la Salle is Chief Operating Officer and Head of Agricultural Partnerships at AXA Climate. AXA Climate protects communities and businesses from those climate risks, both present and future. Their solutions go beyond insurance, with an offer that combines parametric insurance (index-based and automated), assistance, and resilience. Prior to joining AXA Climate, Alice was a manager in a French consulting firm. She graduated from Mines ParisTech.
Technical Specialist / Green finance inquiry manager
FCA / House of Commons
Global Chief Strategist
HSBC Asset Management
Global Head of Risk - Hedge Funds, Mutual Funds, PB, CCHs, Climate Change
Chief risk officer
Nordea Asset Management
Head of ESG Client Strategies EMEA
Maria Lombardo is the European Head of ESG Client Strategies at Invesco. Maria has more than 25 years’ experience, serving as a manager director in investment banking and equity capital markets. In recent years Maria followed her passion for sustainability and became an expert in responsible investing and sustainable finance. Maria joined Invesco in 2018 from CDP, the environmental disclosure not-for-profit organisation, where she was global coordinator of their investor initiative group.
Maria spent most of her earlier career as an investment analyst in corporate finance and private equity, with Lazard in Milan and then British Development Finance Institution CDC Group in London. Maria worked on investment projects in Africa, South America and India, extensively travelling around the poorest countries in the world, assessing investment opportunities. She was involved in agribusiness and infrastructural investments in Ecuador, Ivory Coast, India and Uganda among others, dealing with various types of investments from loans to private equities.
From the late nineties, Maria progressed into capital markets in sales and relationship management for emerging market equities, with prominent European investment banks UBS, Sberbank and Unicredit, where she was a Managing Director, heading the emerging market equity group.
Maria graduated from Bocconi University in Milan and holds a certificate in Responsible Investing at the Cambridge Institute of Sustainability Leadership and a CEMS MBA at UCLL in Brussels and Bocconi. She is a board of director at the London Women’s Forum, an investor members organisation promoting women’s careers in finance.
Director, Policy & External Affairs
Climate Disclosure Standards Board (CDSB)
Global head of responsible investment
Aegon Asset Management
Brunno Maradei is the Global Head of Responsible Investment at Aegon Asset Management. Prior to this role he was a Senior Investment Officer at the European Investment Bank, working mostly on structured finance for infrastructure projects in Africa.
Brunno has worked in the finance industry for over 20 years, starting in Morgan Stanley’s risk management practice in London and subsequently moving to JPMorgan. Brunno spent over three years in the leadership team at EIRIS, a leading ESG research house in London, and over eight years in the World Bank Group in Washington, where he developed sustainable investment products for emerging markets and structured blended finance for renewable energy projects in Africa.
Brunno also spent two years advising the European Commission on blended finance for development impact. Brunno is a CFA charterholder, holds an MBA from London Business School and a BSc (Econ) from the London School of Economics.
Key takeaways and discussion areas:
Understanding and measuring climate risk opportunities
How to implement sustainable finance strategies and invest in a sustainable portfolio
Long term strategies for pension funds
Risk measurement, tools and new frameworks
EU taxonomy, proxy voting and shareholder engagement
Industry think tanks: ESG, leadership innovation and integration of risk strategies
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