ESG. COP 26. UN SDGs. Transition. Exclusions. Impact. SFDR/Article 6, 8 and 9. Green bonds. Sustainability-linked bonds. Corporate engagement. Net zero. The list goes on.
The sheer profusion of terminology associated with the crucial topic of investing in a way that balances the wellbeing of people and our planet with generating profits is enough to bewilder even seasoned financial services professionals.
At Jupiter, we recognise that for many advisers and wealth managers – against a backdrop of soaring interest in sustainable investment – the challenge of helping clients to understand what it all means has become very real.
With this in mind, we have developed the CPD-accredited ‘Jupiter Sustainable Investing Academy’, a series of six, 30-minute online training sessions over June and July. In our event on Tuesday 29 June, hear from Edward Bonham Carter, Director of Stewardship and Corporate Responsibility, Ashish Ray, Head of Governance & Sustainability, and Andrew Mortimer, Governance & Sustainability Analyst, as they discuss the important work undertaken by Jupiter’s governance and sustainability team.
The Academy promises to be both accessible and engaging, and we have every confidence it will equip participants to better inform their clients about the characteristics and features of different strategies, and the reality of how investment decisions can support the transition to a more sustainable world economy.
This event qualifies to 30 minutes of structured CPD.