RI Europe 2019
 

RI Europe 2019

11th-12th June


 

Responsible Investor’s 12th annual RI Europe conference in London returns on 11th-12th June 2019 at a brand new venue.

With the success of the past 11 years of the conference, RI Europe is moving to etc. venues 133 Houndsditch in 2019 in order to accommodate our growing number of attendees.

2019 will be a pivotal year for ESG in business and sustainable/impact finance, particularly in Europe where the European Commission is pulling together its landmark Action Plan for Sustainable Finance backed by regulatory/incentive input from the Financial Stability Board and the G7 and G20 countries.

The Action Plan, to be introduced during the year, will have huge operational and strategic ramifications for companies and investors in Europe and beyond.

In addition, EU member states are busying themselves with their country action plans for low carbon and sustainable finance as part of commitments to the Paris Agreement on Climate Change and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

This investment conference is uniquely placed to tackle the most pressing issues where business, finance and sustainability cross over.
The RI Europe conference 2019, which brings together 750+ top-level corporate and investment professionals, is the place to learn, share, and debate the opportunities and challenges from these major regulatory and business shifts at an event renowned for high quality networking and conviviality.

Register now to join us.

 

Asset owners and investment consultants attend for free


Public Pension Funds

Corporate Pension Funds/Plan Sponsors

Insurance Funds (Asset-Liability Management)

Endowments

Foundations
Sovereign Wealth Funds

Large Family and Multi-Family Offices

Fund Selectors (Non-proprietary and open architecture platforms)

Central Banks

Pension Consultants (Non-Discretionary)*


*Pension and investment consultants considered for admission are those that primarily advise pension funds and other institutional asset owners on investments, independent from providing asset management products or discretionary investment services. For example, those that primarily provide services such as due diligence, evaluation, manager selection and monitoring on behalf of institutional asset owners, on a non-discretionary basis.
 
 

Take a look at last year's event: