ESG Risk & Investment Asia: The Case for Active Engagement

Hosted by Regulation Asia & ESG Investor on 5 October 2022 online

Immediately divesting from companies with a poor ESG-related track record isn’t always the answer to ensuring a just transition. Increasingly, banks and investors are making the case for active engagement, as well as escalation through voting at AGMs, noting that this is a more effective way of making sure that all companies change for the better and ultimately contribute to a more sustainable future.

This panel will look at how active engagement can contribute to transition efforts globally, and, in instances where it fails, how divestment should be a last resort.

Måns Carlsson OAM, Head of ESG, Ausbil Investment Management Limited
Eric Nietsch, Head of Sustainable Investing, Asia, Manulife Investment Management
Monica Bae, Regional Lead, Capital Markets (APAC ex-JP/CN/IN), CDP
Matthew Chan, Head of Sustainability & ESG Engagement, Asia Pacific, JP Morgan

Moderated by Emmy Hawker, Reporter, ESG Investor

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