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PRI in Person '19

Asset owner call to drive policy

It is difficult to see how the world will cap emissions in line with the Paris agreement unless asset owners drive change, aligning their portfolios to net zero and demanding more from their managers, delegates at PRI in Person heard.
PRI in Person '19

How Danone leads corporate world on ESG

In conversation with Eva Halvarsson, CEO of SEK 334 billion ($34 billion) Swedish buffer fund AP2 at PRI in Person in Paris, CFO of French multi-national food group Danone Cécile Cabanis, told delegates that the goal of the company is to contribute positively to all 17 Sustainable Development Goals.
PRI in Person '19

France urges more ESG action

“It’s time to act,” said Bruno Le Maire, France’s Minister of the Economy and Finance in the opening keynote speech at PRI in Person in Paris in a speech, which underscored with a sense of urgency that the financial world is not doing enough to meet today’s ESG challenges.
Asset Allocation

AP1’s young, quant team making change

Dmytro Sheludchenko, part of the internal quant team at AP1, underscores how leading pension funds are building internal young teams to embrace technology, look beyond short-term implementation to focus on long-term value, and draw expertise from the vast amounts of data in today’s new investment landscape.
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