MSCI's latest ESG report found that ESG has affected the valuation and performance of companies and that changes in a company's ESG characteristics over time may be a useful financial indicator.

The Stockholm seminar continues a European roadshow to examine: 

  • What ESG factors have impacted stock performance?
  • How can changes in a company's ESG characteristics be a financial indicator?
  • How are institutional investors integrating ESG into Passive Institutional Portfolios?
  • How are institutional investors integrating ESG into Factor Strategies and Active Portfolios?
  • How is ESG being integrated into Policy Benchmarks?

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Feb 20, 2018

|Stockholm


Time

8:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.

Location

The Grand Hôtel Stockholm,
Södra Blasieholmshamnen 8,
103 27 Stockholm,
Sweden

Agenda

Feb 20, 2018
TIME DETAILS
8:30 a.m. Registration and Refreshments
9:00 a.m. Welcome Remarks
9:05 a.m. Why ESG matters
followed by Q&A
Guido Giese, Executive Director, MSCI
9:25 a.m. How to implement ESG into passive and factor allocations
Guido Giese, Executive Director, MSCI
9:45 a.m. How to implement ESG into active portfolios and factor models
followed by Q&A
Zoltan Nagy, Vice President, MSCI
10:10 a.m. Enhancing Ecomonic Value with ESG
followed by Q&A
Panos Seretis, Exeucitve Director, MSCI
10:30 a.m. End of Event

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Event Speakers

GUIDO GIESE

Executive Director, Applied Equity Research | MSCI

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Zoltan Nagy

Vice President, Equity Core Research | MSCI

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Panos Seretis

Executive Director, ESG Research | MSCI

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