Sustainable Stock Exchanges 2010 Session 4 (by invitation)

Strengthening collaboration to improve the ESG practices of listed companies
Session Type
Session Themes
Sustainable Stock Exchanges
Room number
Room 2A01
8 September 2010
16:30 - 17:30 Asia/Shanghai

Building responsible capital markets

This executive dialogue will bring together CEOs of stock exchanges, large institutional investors and issuers, along with senior securities regulators, to examine how stock exchanges can promote sustainable business practices and responsible capital markets. The dialogue is co-organized by UNCTAD, the Global Compact and the Principles for Responsible Investment.

Strengthening collaboration to improve the ESG practices of listed companies

This session examines how exchanges, investors and regulators can strengthen their collaboration to further improve the ESG practices of listed companies. Facilitators from each breakout session will present on their main takeaways from the roundtable discussions and proposals for new partnerships and work streams will be discussed.

This session will address the following questions

  • What are the key takeaways from the breakout session?
  • How can all three groups work together to promote responsible capital markets?
  • What tools, resources, or platforms do exchanges, regulators, and investors need to take this agenda forward?


Chairman, Prince of Wales Accounting for Sustainability, United Kingdom
Chief Regulatory Officer, Bursa Malaysia Berhad, Malaysia
Head of Responsible Investment & Active Ownership, Mn Services N.V., Netherlands
President, Shenzhen Stock Exchange, China
Associate General Manager, Sumitomo Trust & Banking Co., Japan
Executive Director, United Nations Global Compact
Director, Investment and Enterprise Division, UNCTAD


Executive Director, Principles for Responsible Investment