As investor interest in ESG (environmental, social, governance) grows, we consider what components of “S” should be prioritised and measured, delving into how the sector could evolve as “S” measurement becomes more sophisticated.
Meet our speakers and chair
Fred Brettschneider is President of LibreMax Capital. He is the chairman of LibreMax’s Risk Management and Valuation Committees and is a key member of its Investment Committee. Prior to co-founding LibreMax, Fred was Head of Global Markets – Americas at Deutsche Bank.
Andrew Cohen is Executive Chairman, Global Private Bank and Global Chair of Investment Banking at JP Morgan. He oversees J.P. Morgan Private Bank’s Institutional Wealth Management practice and leads the partnership between the firm’s Investment Bank and Private Bank.
Ruben Gnanalingam is a Board Member of the Employees Provident Fund and the Malaysia Productivity Corporation. He is the owner and Vice-Chairman of Queens Park Rangers Football Club. He is a founder and Board Member of the Los Angeles Football Club (LAFC), and he serves as an Executive Council Member of the Football Association of Selangor.
Helen Krause is Managing Director, EMEA Head of CGDI and Head of Data Science Insights at Citigroup. Helen has over 22 years of industry experience and leads the Data Science Insights team whose focus is on ESG/Climate, Thematic, Consumer Insights and Macro Insights, in addition to being the EMEA Head of Citi Global Data Insights.
Grace Lordan (@profgracelordan) is the author of Think Big, the Founding Director of The Inclusion Initiative and Associate Professor at the London School of Economics and Political Science.
Lutfey Siddiqi is a Visiting Professor in Practice at LSE IDEAS and a co-investigator at LSE Inclusion Initiative (TII). He is a member of the advisory boards of LSE Systemic Risk Centre, LSE IDEAS and TII.
More about this event
TII (@lse_tii) aims to bring behavioural science insights to firms to allow them to enhance the inclusion of all talent, and simultaneously produce academically rigorous and relevant research that links directly to TII’s purpose.
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Podcast & Video
A podcast of this event is available to download from Measuring the 'S' in ESG.
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