AIMA’s dedicated ESG conference returned in 2023 welcomeing over 300 participant for the full-day programme of education and insights from our expert line up of speakers.
Panels, keynote speakers and breakout sessions explored the practical aspects of ESG integration for alternative investment managers. Discussions over the course of the day aimed to give attendees a set of practical insights that can immediately add value to their business.
ESG Podcasts on The Long-Short
The Long-Short is a podcast by the Alternative Investment Management Association, focusing on the very latest insights on the alternative investment industry.
Ep. 2 The Long-Short | Responsible investments and ESG explained, In the second episode of The Long-Short, Adam Jacobs-Dean, AIMA’s Global Head of Markets, Governance and Innovation, and part of the association’s broader government and regulatory affairs team, explains (almost) everything you need to know when exploring the hot topics of responsible investments and ESG.
Ep. 29 The Long-Short | Exploring ESG in private markets, with Preqin. The Long-Short spoke to Jaclyn Bouchard, Head of ESG at Preqin, to compare the challenges of applying ESG principles to private and public markets.
Ep. 45 The Long-Short | Who’s shepherding all this EU ESG rulemaking? The Long-Short spoke to Bloomberg’s Nadia Humphreys who has spent the past two years advising the European Commission on the coherency of its various ESG-related regulatory regimes with a focus on transparency and data consistency. Nadia offered an insider’s perspective on the rule-making process from her role as co-rapporteur for the platform for sustainable finance, on the data and usability workstream and lifted the lid on the group’s key requirements on how to harmonise all these frameworks.
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