Sign up to the annual SRI Services and Partners event on 5 October

Posted on: July 13th, 2023

Sign up to the annual SRI Services and Partners event on 5 October

Well, its that time again!

We are currently in the process of organising our annual ‘SRI Services and Partners’ Good Money Week event and invite financial services intermediaries with an interest in sustainable investment and ESG to sign up asap as space is limited.

The basics are as follows:

Date: 05 October

Time: 9.30 for 10 am start, conference closes at 5.30pm, drinks and canapes until 8.30

Format: In Person (recordings will be made available after the event)

Location: Christ Church Spitalfields, London (near Liverpool Street station), Commercial St, London E1 6LY

Sign up link (via Eventbrite)



Our keynote speaker will be – Sara Woodroffe, Manager ESG Policy and Advisory at the FCA.  

  • Panel session 1. Investment selection, divestment and engagement are our dial shifting tools, but which should we use, when and why? Will the SDR labels make this easier for clients to understand? How can fund managers help intermediaries?
  • Panel session 2. Measuring and managing ESG risks. What are the biggest risks we face and how helpful are ratings and data services?  What do you find helpful – and why?  What should intermediaries be aware of?
  • Panel session 3. Shifting the circular economy dial – what are the challenges and opportunities? How much more can nature tolerate and where do we start?
  • Panel session 4.   How do we keep a growing population fed, watered and healthy – what do ‘good solutions’ look like?
  • Panel session 5. Fund manager stories: ‘Something I care about, and am working on’ –  individual speakers.

Good Money Week is an UKSIF initiative. Their CEO, James Alexander, will also be speaking at this event.

The full agenda, as it evolves, will be posted on our Events page here.

Further event details and timings will be published nearer the time.

This event is designed for financial services intermediaries, wealth managers, financial advisers, planners, planners – and closely related professions such as financial journalists.

If you are have not been before, or would like to relive the event –  here is the link to last year’s videos!

This is a professional training event, if you do not work in retail financial services you will not be permitted access.