Virtually network with portfolio managers, private investors and institutional asset owners and benchmark your ESG strategies with industry experts and investment leaders in attendance.
The pandemic has served as the first real proof-point for sustainability, underlining the fact that ESG investing does not come at a cost, but can actually future-proof investments.
We have seen mounting government and social pressure on asset owners, pushing them to consider how ESG factors may progressively impact financial return.
Growing numbers are examining how to best use the latest metrics, standards and data to integrate ESG across all their portfolios. The need to develop a coherent strategy that will allow them to create market beating returns for stakeholders means the industry must find a universal dialogue around the objectives they are seeking to meet.
Hosted virtually from 10 to 11 February 2022, the peer-led agenda developed for APAC ESG Investors Summit - Country Focus: Philippines will bring together a community of senior investment officers and ESG investing experts to deliver both strategic insights and tactical guidance on how to accelerate ESG integration plans, scale ground-breaking sustainable and social products, access verified data and refine engagement strategy.
With COP26 looming large, rising shareholder pressure, a continued lack of data clarity and the conversation around divestment gathering momentum - ESG has become the number 1 issue for the entire investment community.
Join us as ESG redefines the future of investment with an immersive virtual experience offering you key benefits including:
MANILA, Philippines—The central bank on Monday (Oct. 11) affirmed its commitment to champion sustainable finance and entrench environmental, social, and corporate governance principles into the Philippine financial system, telling international stakeholders that it now has regulations meant to get banks to adopt the program.
Publicly-listed companies will be required to submit sustainability reports separate from their annual reports from 2023.
Philippines’ Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is reportedly planning to make sustainability reporting mandatory for all listed firms by 2023.
The Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) is set to introduce three new stock indices to attract investors who favor specific investment themes like high-dividend yields, promising mid-cap stocks and environmental, social and governance (ESG) compliance.
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