Understanding The Social and Environmental Impact of Investments

Understanding and managing the social and environmental impacts of investments can create a variety of benefits for managers and investors alike: from mitigation of financial risk, to identification of commercial risks or opportunities, to accountability, to advancement of global goals such as the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). But how can you get started?

Webinar Outline:

  • Live-demo of a technology solution that allows managers to provide information about how they currently measure and manage impacts in a consistent format (Case Study example)
  • Learn how impact categories can help you get an initial view on the type of impact occurring in your investment portfolio

Who is this Webinar perfect for:

Asset Managers, Asset Owners, Wealth Advisors, Investors (accredited)

Date: Friday 14 August

Time: 13:30 – 14:30 BST

Presented By

Claudia Coppenolle

Co-Founder and CEO @ Impact Alliance

Claudia is leading the IMP+ACT Alliance, a technology initiative for the public good. Together with over 150 organisations and based on the logic and norms of the Impact Management Project, the IMP+ACT Alliance has developed a digital solution (IMP+ACT Classification System) that allows asset managers to categorise and self-report information about the social and environmental impacts of their investment portfolios, bringing existing measurement approaches, practices and data sets in a consistent, transparent and comparable format.

Claudia previously worked as a Director at Deutsche Bank where the programme was initiated as part of an Intrapreneur Initiative. She combines 10 years’ experience of having worked in the banking and Fintech space, with the insider view of what it means to found your own business. She is passionate about emerging technologies and sustainability, and how the connectivity of both can drive social innovation and create new business opportunities. Claudia is an inaugural cohort member of Money20/20’s Rise-Up Female Leaders program, a leading voice for gender diversity and has served as mentor and advisor for various ‘Tech for Good Initiatives’. Claudia lives in London together with her husband and two daughters.

Twitter: @CHonerlage

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/claudia-coppenolle-03248516/

Areas of Expertise: Tech for Social Good, Sustainable Finance