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Inclusive ESG for Emerging Markets 2022

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About Inclusive ESG for Emerging Markets 2022

Environmental, social, and governance (ESG) investing has become one of the most important forces in global business today, with ESG assets slated to reach USD $53 trillion by 2025, comprising a third of global AUM. While new frameworks and rating mechanisms continue to proliferate, there are still many outstanding questions about how to effectively implement ESG in emerging markets each with their own specific economic, social, and cultural dynamics. As global businesses and investors seek to urgently align sustainability with financial performance focused on new economic and environmental priorities, there are many competing perspectives on how to approach these issues.

During this critical time, the Future Investment Initiative (FII) Institute has set out to develop a more direct, robust road map for the future of ESG, particularly in emerging markets. To support this important work, the Institute will convene a community of Global Heads of Sustainability, ESG, and Stewardship; CEOs; government officials; social innovators; thought leaders; and other experts to engage in vital conversations that will shape the future of the global ESG agenda, and support investors with the tools and knowledge to drive sustainable, alpha-generating investment strategies.

Program at a Glance

Explore more about Inclusive ESG for Emerging Markets 2022 program agenda and a detailed list of speakers that we expect to join our event by downloading the file in the link below:

Factsheet

Explore Inclusive ESG for Emerging Markets 2022's factsheet which includes the program's objectives, priority outcomes, call to action, expected audience and more by downloading the file in the link below:

Post Event Report

Check out the key insights and outcomes of Inclusive ESG for Emerging Markets 2022 in the Post Event Report.

Strategic Partners

ACWA Power
ALAT
DIRIYAH
Emaar
Franklin Templeton
GFH Capital
HSBC
King Abdullah Financial District (KAFD)
King Salman International Airport
MA’ADEN
National Bank of Kuwait
NEOM
New Murabba
Pepsi Co
Red Sea Global
Riyad Bank
Roshn
ROYAL COMISSION FOR AL-ULA
SABIC
SANABIL
SNB
SOFTBANK VISION FUND
Standard Chartered
StateStreet
STC
Thiqah
Vision Invest
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