SUSTAINABLE INVESTMENT CASES FOR EMERGING MARKETS

Event
Session Type
Conference
Session Themes
Institutional Investors
Room number
WIF Virtual Platform, room 1
Event Manager
Mr. Yongfu Ouyang
Mr. Joseph Clements
Contact Email
Yongfu.Ouyang@unctad.org
Joseph.Clements@unctad.org
22 October 2021
14:30 - 16:00 Europe/Zurich
Europe/Zurich
Session video
Sustainable Investment Cases for Emerging Markets

Emerging markets increasingly offer sustainable investment opportunities. At the same time, emerging market economies often struggle to attract investment, especially through capital markets or private equity, whether because of a lack of investment products, a perception of heightened risk, or other factors. This event aims to present the practical experiences of investors and other stakeholders in emerging markets and offer lessons learnt and best practice for the sustainable investment community.

The event will be organized in partnership with public and private investment institutions to showcase and highlight real-life sustainable investment opportunities in developing and transitional economies. In four 25-minute sessions, selected international institutional investors and asset managers will be invited to present investment products and ideas dedicated to emerging markets, while investment promotion agencies from developing countries will be invited to present the investment cases in their countries for international institutional investors.

The event will showcase opportunities to do well by doing good through long-term sustainable investment in developing countries, in particular in Sustainable Development Goal (SDG)-related sectors and areas.

Speakers

Chief, Institutional Investment Facilitation Section, UNCTAD
Senior Assistant Vice President, Invest India
Founding Secretary General, China Alliance of Social Value Investment
Head of ESG Research and Engagement, Amundi
Head of ESG Client Strategies, North America, Invesco
Senior Client Professional, Deputy Member Impact Committee for PG LIFE, Partners Group

Moderators

Economic Affairs Officer, Sustainable Investment, UNCTAD