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Our next SRI Services and Partners ‘Good Money Week 2019’ event will be held on 9 October at the Barbican, in London.

  • Time: 10.30 – 7pm
  • Date: 9 October
  • Where: Barbican Centre, Silk Street, London, EC2Y 8DS (View Map)
  • Details to follow… (we are still working on the agenda!)
  • Sign up to our 2019 Good Money Week event here.

We will publish the agenda shortly,  but in brief the format will be similar to our previous successful ‘Screened, Themed and Engaged’ events – see below!

Please note this event is for financial advisers and other retail financial services professionals only. (Other attendees will only be admitted if agreed in advance).

 

 


Previous events:

May 2019

SRI Services is delighted to support RSMR’s 2018 SRI Seminar

The following details are supplied by RSMR:

The event takes place at the Principal Hotel in York next Wednesday 10th October.

The event will begin with tea/coffee at 8:30 followed by an opening address from Julia Dreblow of SRI Services on the latest developments in the SRI sector and presentations from EdenTree, WHEB, Sarasin and SVM. We will then finish the event with a round table discussion to unpick the thoughts and opinions of each manager.

A working lunch will be provided and we expect the event to finish at 13:30.

We’re all seeing a huge increase in interest from investors for sustainable investment ideas – this event, which qualifies for 3hrs of CPD, will provide you with valuable insight from some of the leading SRI experts.

Please register your interest today by clicking below. We look forward to seeing you there.

Register here

 

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3 October ‘Sustainability & Suitability’ event at the Mermaid – downloads:

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Good Money Week 2018 – SRI Services  & Partners event

2017a‘Screened, Themed and Engaged 2018 event:  Sustainability & Suitability’

(5 hours CISI accredited structured CPD)

 

When?  3rd October 2018

Where? The Mermaid, Puddle Dock (near Blackfriars), London

Theme: Sustainabilty & Suitability

Price: Free for financial services intermediaries

What time?  12 – 5.30 (followed by drinks)

  • 12.00 Register / sandwich buffet lunch2017d
  • 12.45  Welcome / conference sessions begin
  • 5.30   End of formal proceedings / bar opens
  • 7.30   Event closes

Event overview:

  • Welcome, SRI market overview & update:
    • SRI Services and Fund EcoMarket founder Julia Dreblow (event organiser)
    • UKSIF CEO – Simon Howard
  • Brief overview of recent  developments:
    • British Standards Institute (BSI), Maria Varbeva-Daley
    • ZSL (Zoological Society of London), Eleanor Spencer talking about ‘SPOTT: Business and Biodiversity Programme’
  • SRI fund manager led round table sessions hosted by:
    • JanusHenderson – Hamish Chamberlain, fund manager and Head of SRI, Global Sustainable Equity Fund2017b
    • Kames Capital – Craig Bonthron, fund manager, Global Sustainable Equity Fund
    • Liontrust – Chris Foster, investment analyst, Sustainable Future Funds
    • M&G – Ben Constable-Maxwell, deputy fund manager, Positive Impact Fund
    • Rathbones – Bryn Jones, Head of Fixed Income, fund manager, Ethical Bond Fund
    • Sarasin & Partners – Alex Bibani, fund manager, Responsible Global Equity Fund
    • Unicorn – Simon Moon & Fraser Mackersie, joint fund managers, Ethical Income Fund
  • DFM / portfolio planner panel session: ‘What does ‘sustainable and suitable’ mean to us, what do we look for when selecting funds in this market?’
    • RSMR – Stuart Ryan
    • Financial Express – Charles Younes
    • EQ Investors  – Damien Lardoux
    • Tribe Impact Capital – Amy Clarke
    • Rathbone Greenbank Investments – Kate Elliot
  • Key note speaker:
    • Lord Deben, Chairman of Sancroft and Personal Investment Management & Financial Advice Association (PIMFA) speaking on:  ‘Climate change and why it matters to investors’

 

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This event is strictly for financial services professionals only, it is intended to be useful for (retail) investment intermediaries and financial advisers only. If you are not a financial services professional you will not be able to attend.  Please contact us if you have any questions.

(Over 4 hours CPD)

Register (here) to attend our London event on Wednesday 3 October 2018.

See event location here.

Please register early to avoid disappointment. (Maximum capacity: 150)

The photographs above are from our 2017 ‘Screened, Themed and Engaged’ event.

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SRI Services’ Good Money Week 2017 event

‘Screened Themed and Engaged 2017’ panel videos, ‘Opportunities and Threats in SRI today’ (panel session)

 

 

 

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