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Climate change poses big risks and opportunities for investors. As an adviser your clients will ask about this, so we've recorded this webinar to help you explain why. You'll hear the CEO of Scottish Power explain why they've gone 100% renewable, and how leading experts and fund managers are managing carbon risk in their portfolios.
Climate change is a big theme in our latest impact report. In this 60-minute webinar, you’ll learn why it’s crucial for all investors, including your clients, to understand:
On Tuesday, 6th October 2020 we were joined by Keith Anderson, Chief Executive of ScottishPower and Deirdre Cooper, Portfolio Manager at Ninety One Asset Management to discuss climate change and what it means for your investments, and to present key findings from our latest impact report:
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Our next live impact webinar is on Tuesday, 27th October 2020 and will focus on investing in healthcare during the coronavirus pandemic. Click here to register.
Learn how we manage the EQ Positive Impact portfolios to maximise both client returns and the social and environmental impact of our investments:
The contents are not suitable for retail clients. They are directed at investment advisers and other financial intermediaries who are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
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