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TBLI CONFERENCE™ NORDIC 2015

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Guest Blog Post written by Ellen Wheeler during TBLI CONFERENCE™ NORDIC 2015. Views and opinions are that of the writer and are not the official views of TBLI CONFERENCE™.

The Inter American Development Bank (IDB), like many DFIs define its development impact with intentionality. Ellen Wheeler sat down with IDB’s Senior Development Effectiveness Specialist, Maria Kronsteiner, to understand their view of sustainability and impact investing going forward.

How does impact investing play a role in IDB?

With deliberateness in mind, IDB’s impact projects follow a strict mandate and project management process in working with SMEs in Latin America gain long-term investments. Its role is to provide solutions in circumstances where commercial banks cannot support investments due to their risk factor. A continuously growing gap that DFIs, like IDB, aim to fill.

The Inter American Development Bank works through financial intermediaries to support SMEs. Roughly 32-percent of their business is directly with SMEs or larger companies that have values chains with SMEs. Their alternative approach is to provide investors with capital to invest in SMEs, with an understanding that there are certain objectives they have to meet, for example environmental and social impacts. IDB provides support in how to go about mitigating risks. IDB aims to ensure that the initiatives they work with are effective and achieve IDB’s objectives. Targets are put in place to measure performance throughout the project. It is important that the projects, while having an environmental and social impact, are also financially viable.  

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Guest Blog Post written by Jonelle Maltay during TBLI CONFERENCE™ Nordic 2015. Views and opinions are that of the writer and are not the official views of TBLI CONFERENCE™. 

Perspectives from panelists for Trends in Impact Investing: Nordic and Beyond with Karin Malmberg, Ruth Brännvall, Rodolfo Fracassi & Veronique Menou

The general consensus amongst those in the impact investing community is the need to make it more mainstream. During the workshop on impact investing developments in the Nordic region and beyond, the panelists echoed a resounding theme which was the idea of taking impact investing to wall street and main street by expanding the investable sectors. There is room for growth in renewable trade, social housing, SME banking and more.

The ideal scenario would be to have an impact investor network and knowledge platform,  which could provide advice on impact investment strategies to fit specific investor profiles. Regardless of whether an investor is impact first or finance first, to get involved in the impact investing space there must be some willingness to look beyond financial return and see the added non-financial value of social or environmental impact. Investors also need to stop viewing impact first versus finance first as either right or wrong, when in fact they are just two sides of the same coin depending on priority.

One of the key issues is sourcing investment opportunities that have potential for impact as well as financial return – and can be accurately measured in both aspects. For entrepreneurs, an investment readiness program could provide advice on funding and capitalization, answering questions related to identifying investable projects and defining appropriate methodologies and criteria for impact measurement. It is also important to assess what the gaps are in the market for specific investments as well as what existing financial instruments are available and can be expanded for this purpose.

 

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Guest Blog Post written by Jonelle Maltay during TBLI CONFERENCE™ NORDIC 2015. Views and opinions are that of the writer and are not the official views of TBLI CONFERENCE™. 

Andre Laude is Chief Investment Officer in the Western Europe Department of the IFC, which caters specifically to West European investors or sponsors. They handle the relationship between corporate and large financial institutions, as well as Western European DFIs and sponsors with a Cleantech focus that want to scale investments in emerging markets.

What have been the biggest changes at the IFC since you started until now in terms of how the organization has expanded its scope and how that has defined your role?

Asserting relationship management and how we view partners in relation to business generation. It’s not just moving from one transaction to the next, it’s being the advocate of clients over a long-term perspective by choosing partners more strategically to envision a long-term framework of objectives. These partners know today, tomorrow and far along into the future there is an advocate (the IFC) who will always have their best interests in mind and share common objectives. Especially in regards to climate and social governance, which have a lot more responsiveness from sponsors nowadays as awareness of ESG factors are becoming more prevalent.

The climate agenda is one of the key focuses at the moment for many sustainability initiatives.  What suggestions do you have for equalizing the disproportionate split between mitigation and adaptation finance?

Technologies need to be developed to help society adapt to the climate challenge. We have to use a magnifying lens on our current practices whilst also looking toward the future to find the right technologies for helping societies and populations that are more vulnerable to climate risks to ride the proverbial tide, especially island nations that are facing climate disruptions the most. We need to think of climate adaptation in a different way by working with innovative business ideas, better methods of production and higher risk equations for things that have huge potential to bring benefits going forward. A lot of this is being conducted as research from our advisory services and within this spectrum there are some ideas that can evolve into investment projects, but some are more in the area of venture capital activity.

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Guest Blog Post written by Jonelle Maltay during TBLI CONFERENCE™ NORDIC 2015. Views and opinions are that of the writer and are not the official views of TBLI CONFERENCE™. 

Andrea Dore, Lead Financial Officer in the Capital Markets Department of the World Bank Treasury sat down with TBLI during the recent Nordic Conference in Copenhagen to discuss her role in the organization and how she has seen the Green Bond develop from an idea to an innovative market that is rapidly expanding.

The Capital Markets Department is the group that raises funds for the World Bank in the international bond market to finance the Bank's development mandate.  The World Bank finance projects focused on poverty reduction and inclusive growth across a range of sectors in the developing countries and the issue of climate change is important to the World Bank development mandate.

One of the key points that Andrea noted relates to the growth and diversity of issuers in the Green Bond market. The Green Bond market started with issuances from multilateral development institutions but there has been substantial growth in the Green Bond market with issuances coming from a wide range of issuers including government agencies, corporations and banks. Andrea noted that in the Green Bond market the World Bank has raised over US$8 billion with 100 transactions across 18 currencies. 

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Guest Blog Post written by Julie Tran during TBLI CONFERENCE™ NORDIC 2015. Views and opinions are that of the writer and are not the official views of TBLI CONFERENCE™. 

When looking at the state of our world concerning climate change, poverty, war and financial crisis, most people would agree with me that it’s time to change. Change in our mentalities, consumer habits, the way we work, connect and collaborate with each other. But is it enough? Or do we need to take bolder steps, especially those who manage the flow of monetary system?

During the past 5-10 years impact investment has grown fast where institutional investors like pension funds are playing a big role driving the movement forward. But there is no growth without challenges. From my attendance of the TBLI CONFERENCE™ NORDIC 2015 in Copenhagen, I had a chance to talk with Philippe Desfossés, CEO of the French public pension fund ERAFP, about the development of impact investment and the implications that it contains.

We started the conversation by talking about the challenges that institutional investors are facing at the moment.

Philippe told me that the first challenge is to survive the low return environment that many pension funds are facing. But despite the low return, he believed that the biggest challenge is to find the right balance between financing the transition of our economy to a more sustainable one, and investing in people who can speed up the transition. It’s also about daring to think out of the box and finding new ventures that have the potential to be disruptors. As incremental steps won’t be enough if we truly want to reach for a more sustainable future.

While I was listening to Philippe, I couldn’t help but think back to the “good old days” where I studied innovation from Copenhagen Business School, learning about disruptive versus incremental innovation. Some would argue that incremental innovations are the most effective, as not all disruptive innovations ended up revolutionising the targeted industry. I wondered; could Tesla’s new home-based battery disrupt the electricity market, decentralise the power and bring out the changes that we need? And preferably not only in wealthy developed countries but also in small remote villages in Africa, Latin America or Asia? If we look at this from a very long timespan, perhaps the most interesting questions are; how will Tesla’s innovation bring out a shift in other renewable energy industries? How would that influence the choices of impact investors who are making the decisions right now concerning which renewable industries to invest in?

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FMO, the Netherlands Development Bank, has supported private sector growth in developing and emerging markets by investing in ambitious entrepreneurs for more than 45 years. With a focus on three sectors of high development impact: financial institutions, energy, and agribusiness, food & water, its core business over the years has been providing debt and equity financing to private enterprises and financial institutions globally.

As demand grew in nascent markets, FMO realized the need among institutional investors to learn from their experience and to better understand how to approach responsible investing in these markets.

yvonne bakkum webYvonne Bakkum, then Director of FMO Private Equity, believed FMO needed to move the needle and allocate resources for this kind of engagement.

“In terms of stimulation needed, DFIs are doing quite a lot. What we do need is more stimulation from mainstream institutional investors because I think they are talking a lot about impact investing but when you critically analyze what they’re really doing it’s quite marginal especially compared to how much assets under management they have,” says Yvonne.

“I think they are not ambitious enough [...] if you’re really serious about what you want to achieve you can of course change your policies and organizational structures. It should move a bit from ‘nice to have’ to ‘must have’ and the good news is thatthis is a trend that has already begun.”

She now heads FMO Investment Management, a separate entity of FMO, which supports and advises institutional investors by offering a selection of funds with different market based risk-return profiles to suit investor appetite. Their focus is on scalable projects with two indicators in mind across the portfolio: job creation and greenhouse emissions avoidance.

FMO IM’s first fund supports SME financing and closed in 2013 at EUR100 Million. FMO Investment Management recently launched a second fund jointly with NN Investment Partners for emerging market loans. This new fund is a broad based emerging markets private debt proposition with a clear impact angle. It addresses the search for yield and offers portfolio diversification benefits.

FMO Investment Management uses a double approach in its impact measurement model using inputs and outputs of client’s data but also macroeconomics statistics related to countries and sectors to determine progress.

“I would consider all of FMO’s portfolio to be impact investing which is not a point of view that is necessarily shared by all DFIs. We are a development bank and our whole purpose for existing is to have development impact. All our investments are evaluated to have sufficient impact.”

Yvonne Bakkum is moderating Workshop D2 "Impact Investing in Emerging Markets: What have we learned?" during TBLI CONFERENCE NORDIC 2015, taking place in Copenhagen on May 15-16.

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Networking Cocktail

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  • Date Monday, 15 June 2015
  • Time 17:30 - 19:30
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Preferred Hotels

Imperial Hotel Copenhagen

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Vester Farimagsgade 9, DK- 1606, Copenhagen
Tel. + 45 3312 8000
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Reservation cut-off date: May 14

We have a block reservation for our attendees at Imperial Hotel from 14 to 16 June.

Standard Room: DKK 1325.-

All prices are in Danish Krone, per room, per night, including an environmental fee of DKK 35.-, taxes, services, wifi and breakfast.

Rooms can only be booked by using this form or contacting the hotel directly with reference to the group name and booking ID. This offer can not be combined with any other offers. All reservations are subject to availability within this block reservation.

Please fill in the required information, print, sign and return this form (one per room) to the hotel by fax at (+45) 3312 8003 or mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

If you wish to contact the hotel directly, please use the following Group name and Group ID.

Group name: GR TBLI Conference
Group booking ID: 1529348

Cancellation can be done until May 30, 2015. After this date 100% will be charged.

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Institutional investors have come to realise how important it is to understand exposure to carbon stranded assets. Fueled by an increased demand for solar and wind energy, clean energy investment last year beat expectations, rising 16 percent to $310 billion worldwide, according to Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF).

The dash to reduce investors’ exposure is gaining momentum. Whether catalysed by a concern over mispriced fossil fuel assets or pressure for divestment, investors are beginning to use a critical eye to assess the carbon-related risks in their portfolios (MSCI 2015 ESG Trends to Watch)

Just one day after BP adopted a shareholder resolution to support better carbon asset risk disclosures following disappointing global oil demand and low oil prices, 62 institutional investors representing nearly $2 trillion in assets called on the Securities and Exchange Commission to push for better disclosure by oil and gas companies of critical climate change-related business risks that will “profoundly affect the economics of the industry.” (Investors Push SEC to Require Stronger Climate Risk Disclosure by Fossil Fuel Companies)

“We have found an absence of disclosure in SEC filings regarding these material risks, which constitute ‘known trends’ under SEC rules,” the investors wrote to SEC Chair Mary Jo White. “The risk of reduced demand for oil, uneconomic projects and stranded assets… is material to the companies and their investors, as it directly affects the profitability and valuation of the companies” cited 3BL Media (Investors Push SEC to Require Stronger Climate Risk Disclosure by Fossil Fuel Companies)

TBLI CONFERENCE™ NORDIC 2015 will cover strategies for how to approach low carbon investments in the Roundtable 1 discussion: "Assessing Carbon Risk: Low Carbon Investment Strategies on the rise?". Join us in Copenhagen on June 15 - 16.

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Registration

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  • Date Tuesday, 16 June 2015
  • Time 08:00 - 09:00
  • Room Ovnhallen Lobby
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Welcome Coffee

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  • Date Monday, 15 June 2015
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"ESG Integration: Challenges for Asset Owners"; Roundtable added to TBLI CONFERENCE™ NORDIC 2015 program

Chief Executive Officers of ERAFP, PensionDanmark and AP Fonden 7 will be discussing ESG Integration and challenges for asset owners in a Roundtable Discussion chaired by Ulrika Hasselgren (CEO Ethix SRI Advisors).

We are looking forward to welcoming Torben Möger Pedersen, Philippe Desfossés and Richard Grottheim to the event. 

Find more details about our continuously updated program here.

Are you interested in speaking at this event? Please submit your information here.

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For this second edition of our NORDIC event, we'd like to thank FMO for becoming a Gold Sponsor and PRI for becoming our Event Partner.

Are you interested in becoming a sponsor? Please find more information here.

  
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We have 3 more TBLI CONFERENCES coming this year. Make sure to save the following dates to make sure you won't miss them!

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Accommodation

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Imperial Hotel Copenhagen

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Vester Farimagsgade 9, DK- 1606, Copenhagen
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Conference Venue

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Ovnhallen (The Kiln) - CBS
Porcelænshaven 20, 2000 Frederiksberg, Copenhagen, Denmark
T: +45 38153815
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Wednesday, 28 January 2015 00:00

TBLI CONFERENCE™ NORDIC 2015 Sponsors

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TBLI CONFERENCE™ NORDIC 2015

In collaboration with Copenhagen Business School, we have organised our second TBLI CONFERENCE NORDIC event, addressing specifically the financial sector in Scandinavia and the UK. The program addressed topics relevant for investors and finance professionals striving to better align profits with impact - with a view across all asset classes.

It marked the 30th TBLI CONFERENCE held since 1998.

This event is made carbon neutral with Verified Emission Reductions courtesy of Wildlife Works

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  • When 15-16 June, 2015
  • Where Ovnhallen (The Kiln) - CBS, Porcelænshaven 20, 2000 Frederiksberg, Copenhagen, Denmark
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  • Date Tuesday, 16 June 2015
  • Time 13:00 - 14:30
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Emma Henningsson (Moderator)

Director, Nordic - CDP Europe - Sweden  Linkedin

Lauren Smart

Executive Director - Trucost - United Kingdom   Linkedin

Andrew Johnstone

Founder - Phoenix Infraworks - South Africa  Linkedin

Jakob Thomä

Program Manager - 2˚ Investing Initiative - France  Linkedin

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  • Date Tuesday, 16 June 2015
  • Time 09:15 - 10:45
  • Room Room PH110
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  • Date Tuesday, 16 June 2015
  • Time 10:45 - 11:30
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Yvonne Bakkum (Moderator)

Director - FMO Investment Management - The Netherlands  Linkedin

Andirudh Agriwal

Doctoral Fellow - Copenhagen Business School  - Denmark  Linkedin

Arthur Wood

Founding Partner - Total Impact Advisors - United Kingdom  Linkedin

Henrik Skøvby

Partner - Dalberg  - Sweden  Linkedin

Maria Kronsteiner

Senior Development Effectiveness Specialist - Inter American Development Bank - USA  Linkedin

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  • Date Tuesday, 16 June 2015
  • Time 11:30 - 13:00
  • Room Room PH408
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Hanna Roberts (Moderator)

Engagement Director - GES - Sweden  Linkedin

David Orr

Senior Portfolio Manager - Sparinvest - Denmark / United Kingdom   Linkedin

Ole Buhl

Director, Head of ESG - ATP - Denmark   Linkedin

Marie Rosencrantz

Founder & Managing Director - Rosencrantz & Co - Hong Kong   Linkedin

Daniela Herrmann

Chairman & Founder - Topan AG - Switzerland  Linkedin

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  • Date Monday, 15 June 2015
  • Time 16:00 - 17:30
  • Room Room PH408
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Dorthea Haldrup Nielsen (Moderator)

Project Manager - Copenhagen School of Entrepreneurship - Denmark  Linkedin

Vinay Venkatraman

Founder & CEO - Leapcraft - Denmark  Linkedin

Sebastien Archambeaud

Founder & CEO - Handiscover.com - Sweden  Linkedin

Mette Saga Nielsen

Owner - House of Random Luxury - Denmark  Linkedin

Rieki Rubinstein Crins

CCO - Bhutique Hotel Group - Bhutan/ The Netherlands  Linkedin

Björn Almér

Founder - Barista Fair Trade Coffee - Sweden  Linkedin

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  • Date Tuesday, 16 June 2015
  • Time 09:15 - 10:45
  • Room Room PH408
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Welcome Coffee

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  • Date Tuesday, 16 June 2015
  • Time 08:30 - 09:15
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Workshop D1 - Trends in ESG Integration

Marie Rosencrantz (Moderator)

Founder & Managing Director - Rosencrantz & Co - Hong Kong   Linkedin

Florian Sommer

Senior Strategist - Union Investment Privatfonds GmbH - Germany  Linkedin

Matt Christensen

Global Head of Responsible Investment - AXA Investment Managers - France Linkedin

Ulrika Hasselgren

CEO - Ethix SRI Advisors - Sweden Linkedin

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  • Date Tuesday, 16 June 2015
  • Time 11:30 - 13:00
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This session is held in cooperation with the European Venture Philanthropy Association (EVPA)

Lars Jannick Johansen (Moderator)

CEO - Den Sociale Kapitalfond - Denmark Linkedin

Federica Saccia

Market Development Manager - EVPA - Belgium  Linkedin

Jaume Iglésies

UHNW Sustainable Investing Advisor - UBS WM - Switzerland  Linkedin

Pierre-Paul De Schrevel

Gérant/Zaakvoerder - GOOD45 / Former Managing Director - Bank Degroof - Belgium  Linkedin

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  • Date Monday, 15 June 2015
  • Time 16:00 - 17:30
  • Room Room PH110
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The session will discuss approaches to financing climate change mitigation while reducing deforestation. Case studies include the 'Swedish Forestry Model" and projects in Indonesia and Brazil, aiming to combine social justice, private sector development, and local economic autonomy.

Dominic Elson (Moderator & Speaker)

CEO - Seventy Three Ltd. - Singapore  Linkedin

Niels Otto Torp Madsen

CEO -The Granit Company Pte Ltd - Indonesia  Linkedin

Lap Chan

Partner - BioAssets - Brazil  Linkedin

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  • Date Tuesday, 16 June 2015
  • Time 11:30 - 13:00
  • Room Room PH110
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Coffee Break

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  • Date Monday, 15 June 2015
  • Time 15:30 - 16:00
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Wolfgang Mostert (Moderator)

Director & Founder - Management Consultant Regulatory Economics & Innovative Finance - Denmark  Linkedin

Huib-Jan de Ruijter

Director Financial Markets - FMO - The Netherlands  Linkedin

Peter Munro

Head of Investor Relations - European Investment Bank - Belgium   Linkedin

Stephan Bonte

Fixed Income Portfolio Manager - BNY Mellon - USA  Linkedin

Andrea Dore

Lead Financial Officer, Capital Markets - Worldbank - USA  Linkedin

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  • Date Monday, 15 June 2015
  • Time 16:00 - 17:30
  • Room Room PH407
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Karin Malmberg (Moderator)

Associate Responsible Investment Adviser - Sustainalytics - UK   Linkedin

Ruth Brännvall

CEO - Impact Invest Scandinavia - Sweden   Linkedin

Rodolfo Fracassi

Partner Director - MainStreet Partners - United Kingdom   Linkedin

Veronique Menou

Vice President - MSCI Inc. - France   Linkedin

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  • Date Monday, 15 June 2015
  • Time 14:00 - 15:30
  • Room Room PH408
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Irene Winther (Moderator)

Business Development Manager - EF Education First - Denmark   Linkedin

Riella Hollander

Fund Manager Organic Growth Fund - Triodos Bank - The Netherlands  Linkedin

Thomas Harttung

Owner - Barritskov / Co-Founder & Member of the Board - Aarstiderne AS - Denmark  Linkedin

Roger Frank

Managing Director & Founder - Innovare Advisors LLC - USA  Linkedin

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  • Date Monday, 15 June 2015
  • Time 14:00 - 15:30
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This session is held in cooperation with Principles for Responsible Investing (PRI).
During this workshop, the audience will hear the views of a sell-side analyst and a fund manager on the 2015 UN Climate Conference and attendees will also conduct a scenario analysis of the energy sector.

Justin Sloggett (Moderator)

Listed Equity Manager - Principles for Responsible Investment - UK  Linkedin

Mark C. Lewis

Senior Analyst, Energy Transition & Climate Change Research - Kepler Cheuvreux - France

Henning Padberg

Portfolio Manager - Nordea Asset Management - Denmark  Linkedin

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  • Date Monday, 15 June 2015
  • Time 14:00 - 15:30
  • Room Room PH407
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Networking Lunch

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  • Date Monday, 15 June 2015
  • Time 12:30 - 14:00
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Moderator Pitches

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  • Date Monday, 15 June 2015
  • Time 12:15 - 12:30
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Ulrika Hasselgren (Moderator)

CEO - Ethix SRI Advisors - Sweden Linkedin

Philippe Desfossés

CEO - ERAFP - France  Linkedin

Richard Grottheim

CEO - AP Fonden 7 - Sweden  Linkedin

Torben Möger Pedersen

CEO - PensionDanmark - Denmark Linkedin

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  • Date Monday, 15 June 2015
  • Time 11:15 - 12:15
  • Room Ovnhallen
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Coffee Break

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  • Date Monday, 15 June 2015
  • Time 10:50 - 11:15
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Anne-Catherine Husson-Traore (Moderator)

CEO - Novethic- France  Linkedin

André Laude

Chief Investment Officer, Climate Finance - IFC - France Linkedin

Anne Mieke van der Werf

Director Energy & Climate - Triodos Investment Management - The Netherlands  Linkedin

Eric Borremans

Sustainability Expert - Pictet Asset Management - Switzerland   Linkedin

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  • Date Monday, 15 June 2015
  • Time 09:50 - 10:50
  • Room Ovnhallen
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Opening Keynote

Steve Howard

Chief Sustainability Officer - IKEA Group - The Netherlands   Linkedin

"Going all in"

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  • Date Monday, 15 June 2015
  • Time 09:20 - 09:50
  • Room Ovnhallen
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Robert Rubinstein

CEO - TBLI GROUP - The Netherlands  Linkedin

Kai Hockerts

Professor in Social Entrepreneurship - Copenhagen Business School- Denmark   Linkedin

 

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  • Date Monday, 15 June 2015
  • Time 09:00 - 09:20
  • Room Ovnhallen
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